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! extra-tropical South African Orchids. London (William Wesley) 1893-19 13, 3 vols. 
I Oct. {Icon, orchid, austro-afric .^j-^ Abbreviation of short-title for use in taxonomic publications 
I— »> pagination of parts and their dates of publication 
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[i]-vi, [i, note], l.p., [2 p. ind.] 

[i-iii], l.p., [3 p. ind.], app. [2]p., preface and 

t.p. to vol. I [viii]p. 

[i-vi], l.p. [3 p. ind.] ; page iv: Apr 191 1, Nat. 

Nov. Nov 191 1, BR inscr. isJun 191 1. 

[i-v], l.p.; page v: 12 Feb 19 13, Nat. Nov. 

Dec 1913. , ., . . . . . 

I Libraries where copies seen by authors 
* \/ 

The plates are accompanied by one or two pages letterpress. Copies: BR, HH. - 36 plates 

of vol. 3 were first published by H. Bolus in his "Orchids of the Cape Peninsula," Trans. 
South Afr. Philosoph. Soc. 5(1) : 75-200. 1888. The 300 (partly) coloured plates are by 
H. Bolus and F. Bolus. F. Bolus edited the third volume; preface by H. M. L. Bolus. - 
_Portrait as frontispiece to vol. 2. 
Ref.: BM i : 193, 6: 106; Kew i : 291 ; NI 197]-^ References concerning this book 
Tyrrell-Glynn and Levyns, Flora africana 7. 1968. 

I birth /death da tes | 
Bolus, Harriet Margaret Louisa (nee Kensit) (187 7- 1970), South African botanist, 
daughter-in-law of Harry Bolus. (L. Bolus)^ Proposed citation form as author 

HERBARIUM and types: BOL, other material BM, GRA, NBG, PRE, SAM. 
Ref.: IH 2: 82])-^ References to collections 
Tolken, Index herb, austro-afr. 1971. 
—*■ References in standard biographical and bibliographical works 

CBiBLiOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart i : 214; BL i : 28, 54; BM 6: 106; Bossertp. 44; 
Kew i: 291; Langman p. 391. Articles in books, journals etc.*- 

Anon., Flowering plants South Africa 23. 1943 (portr.) 
Herre, Kakteen und andere Sukkulenten 12(1): 1-3. 1961 (portr.) 
E.G.H.O., Forum botanicum 8: 68-69. 197° (Died at Cape Town on 5 Apr 1970. Harry- 
Bolus was her uncle and father-in-law) . 
Levyns andjessop, J. S. Afr. Bot. 36(4): 319-330. 1970 (bibl.) 
Herre, Kakt. Sukk. 21 : 139, 170, also in The genera of the Mesembryanthemaceae 46- 

47. 1 97 1 (portr.) 
Glen, Aloe 13(3): 84, 87. 1975 (portr.) 
— *■ Generic and journal names based on names of person 

("eponymy: Bolus anthemim Schwantes (1928). - Note: For other eponyms based on the 
[_name Bolus, cf. supra, sub Harry Bolus. 

— ►■ Bo ok number short-title 

{jSaS. 'Ab;e5 on Mesembryanthemum and allied genera} Cape Town 1928- 1958. Oct. {Notes 
Mesembryanthemum)^-*- Abbreviation of short-title 

Parti: i Jul 1928 (reprinted from articles appearing in S. A. Garden & Country Life 
August-December, 1927), reprint 1928 (156 pp.) 

Part II: 
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TAXONOMIC LITERATURE 

Volume II : H-Le 



Regnum vegetable, a series of publications for the use of plant taxonomists 
published under the auspices of the International Association for Plant Tax- 
onomy, edited by Frans A. Stafleu. 

Volume g8 



Frans A. Stafleu and Richard S. Cowan 

Taxonomic literature 

A selective guide to botanical publications and 
collections with dates, commentaries and types 



Volume II : H-Le 






^ 



Second edition 



I 






Bohn, Scheltema & Holkema, Utrecht 
dr. W. Junk b.v., Publishers, The Hague 
1979 



© 1979' Frans A. Stafleu, Utrecht, The Netherlands 

No part of this book may be reproduced by film, microfilm or any other means without written 

permission from the publisher 

Complete work isbn 90 313 0224 4; Volume 2 isbn 90 313 0343 7 



Contents 

Introduction vii 

Abbreviations ix 

Taxonomic literature and collections H-Le i 

Index to titles 871 

Index to names 945 



Introduction 



The first volume of TL-2 has been well received and has generated even 
more support than we could have anticipated from colleagues and as- 
sociated institutions all over the world. This increased support is also 
reflected by further material support from the National Science Foundation 
(U.S.A.), the Smithsonian Institution (U.S.A.) and the Netherlands Foun- 
dation for Pure Research (Z.W.O.) for which we are deeply grateful. We 
are pleased to continue on schedule with the publication of this second 
volume. 

When writing the first volume our "scope" was still expanding: new 
collections, libraries and sources have become available to us and it is fair to 
say that only now have we reached the degree of coverage of taxonomic 
literature and collections which we had in mind when we began to work on 
the project. The result is that this second volume covers a smaller part of the 
alphabet than the first. We now aim at reaching the end of the alphabet with 
the fifth volume. In the meantime we are collecting material for a supple- 
ment to volume one which will bring the level of coverage from A-G up to 
that of H-Z. 

The division of work between the two authors has now also reached its 
definitive form. The greater part of the data-gathering is done by Cowan, 
especially in United States libraries. In this respect it will be clear from the 
citation of copies of books seen for this volume that the Library of the United 
States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has now become our third major 
base in the U.S.A. for the material of our book; the libraries at the Missouri 
Botanical Garden and the New York Botanical Garden continue the enor- 
mous assistance they provide. The processing of the data and the actual 
writing of the text take place at Utrecht. Jan A. Leussink wrote the entry on 
Flora for this volume. He will join the present authors as co-author starting 
with the third volume. 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 

In our introduction to volume one we stated that our listing of acknowledge- 
ments was bound to be incomplete. We regret that we did not specifically 
mention the contributions made by the late Frits Schiitz at Utrecht es- 
pecially with respect to the first volume for which he took care of bringing 
together a considerable number of bibliographical references. We list below 
those institutions and individuals not mentioned who have helped us and 
again stress the necessary incompleteness of the list. We also acknowledge 
assistance on specific issues in the text itself 

INSTITUTIONS 

We have already mentioned the increased support received from the Lib- 
rary of the United States Department of Agriculture (Beltsville, Md.). In 
addition we have now had occasion to start work on the rich holdings of the 
Farlow Library at Harvard University (Cambridge, Mass.), the library of 



INTRODUCTION 



the United States Geological Survey (Reston, Virginia), and the libraries of 
the Institut fiir allgemeine Botanik at Hamburg (Federal Republic of 
Germany) and the Botanisches Institut der Universitat as well as the 
Naturhistorisches Museum at Vienna (Austria). 

Private collections 

In addition to the collections mentioned in volume one we had the privilege 
to make use of the private libraries of R. S. Cowan (Beltsville, Md.), S. R. 
Gradstein (Utrecht), W. Gutermann (Wien), P. M. Jorgensen (Bergen), 
Dale E.Johnson (Berkeley, Calif ), A. Love (San Jose, Cahf ), R. McVaugh 
(Ann Arbor, Mich.), Bo Peterson (Goteborg), E. Robbrecht (Meise), L. B. 
Smith (Washington, D.C.), E. G. Voss (Ann Arbor, Mich.), James White 
(Washington, D.C.), and of John and Marie Wurdack (Beltsville, Md.). 

Individuals 

Patricia Condon (Beltsville, Md., deceased) 

Marshall Crosby (St. Louis, MO) 

V. Demoulin (Liege) 

A. Fox Maule (Copenhagen) 

S. Rob Gradstein (Utrecht) 

W. Gutermann (Wien) 

A. Hansen (Copenhagen) 
Daniel Hoke (Washington, DC) 
P. Isoviita (Helsinki) 

Dale Johnson (Berkeley, CA) 
P. M. Jorgensen (Bergen) 
Liesbeth Kamp (Utrecht) 
Sergius Mamay (Washington, DC) 
Mary McGuigan (Washington, DC) 
James Mears (Philadelphia, PA) 
Judy Neuhauser (Washington, DC) 
Wallace Olsen (Beltsville, MD) 

B. Pessala (New York) 
B. Peterson (Goteborg) 
Hazel Pollard (Beltsville, MD) 
I. Ramrattansing (Utrecht) 
James Reveal (College Park, MD) 
S. D. Ripley (Washington, DC) 
F. Schiitz (Zeist, deceased) 

H. Teunissen (Utrecht) 

Dieter Wasshausen (Washington, DC) 

Arthur Watt (Washington, DC) 



Additional Abbreviations 



This list contains abbreviations not listed in volume one, p. xix-xl. The 
abbreviations of herbaria are those used in the Index herbariorum (see i : 
xxviii, under IH). 



a. In dates of publication (Publ.:) : ante (before). In some latin booktitles 

also abbreviation for anno (year). 

AA Cambridge, Massachusetts, Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. 

Books from this library are usually designated by HH. 

ABD (as a bibliographical reference) Allgemeine Bibliographie Deutschlands. 

ABSL Saint Paul: American Bryological and Lichenological Society Her- 

barium, Department of Botany, University of Minnesota, Saint 
Paul, Minnesota 55101, U.S.A. (formerly at Boulder). 

Abth. Abtheilung (division), cf Abt. 

AC Amherst: Amherst College Herbarium, Amherst, Massachussetts 

01002, U.S.A. 

ACAD Wolfville: E. C. Smith Herbarium of Acadia University, Wolfville, 

Nova Scotia, Canada. 

adj. adjunct; sometimes used to denote a class of membership in an acad- 

emy of sciences. 

adv. advertisement(s), (of a publication in a general or reviewing journal). 

aet. aetatis (of or at the age of). 

Afr. Africa, African. 

AHFH Los Angeles: Herbarium of the Allen Hancock Foundation, Uni- 

versity of Southern California, Los Angeles, California 90007, 
U.S.A. 

Ainsworth Ainsworth, G. C, Introduction to the history of mycology, 1976. 

algol. algological, algology. 

alt. alternative; sometimes also: alteration. 

ALZ Allgemeine Liter atur-^eitung. 

an., ann. announcement; in booktitles: annus (year). 

Andrews Adrews, Henry N., Jr, Index of generic names of fossil plants, 1820-1965, 

U.S. Geol. Survey Bull. 1300, 1970, 354 p. References are to this 
second edition. An addition covering the years 1966- 1973 was pub- 
hshed by Anna M. Blazer, U.S. Geol. Survey Bull. 1936, 1975. 

approb. approbation (indication date sanction of publication by censor). 

ASSAM Shillong: Botanical Survey of India, Eastern Circle, "Woodlands", 

Shillong, Assam State, India - see CAL. 

auth. author(s) 

autobiogr. autobiography. 

Backer Backer, C, A., Verklarend woordenboek der wetenschappelijke namen 

van de in Nederland en Nederlandsch-Indie in het wild groeiende en 
in tuinen en parken gekweekte varens en hoogere planten. Gronin- 
gen, Batavia 1936. See TL-2/227. 

Barneby Private library of R. Barneby, New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, 

N.Y., U.S.A. 

BAY Bayonne: Museum d'Histoire Naturelle de Bayonne, Rue Jacques 

Lafitte, 7, Bayonne (Bas-Pyr.), France. 

BBC Beihefte Botanisches ^entralblatt. 

BEL Belfast: Ulster Museum, Botanic Gardens, Belfast 9, Nothern Ire- 

land. 

BET Belfast: The Herbarium, Department of Botany, The Queen's Uni- 

versity, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Great Britain. 

Bibl. nat. Copy at Bibliotheque nationale, Paris, France. 

bind. binder; usually referring to a sheet carrying binder's instructions. 



ABBREVIATIONS 



BJI I DiELS, F. L. E. & MiLDBRAED, G. W. J., Generalregister der Bot. Jahrb. 

1(1-30). 1904. 

BJI 2 Schuster, C. & Schweiz, W., Generalregister Bot. Jahrb. 2(31-56). 1938. 

BLH Bloomfield Hills: Billington Herbarium, Cranbrook Institute of 

Science, 500 Lone Pine Road, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48013, 
U.S.A. 

Blunt Blunt, W., The art of botanical illustration. London, 1950. 

B-P-H Botanico-Periodicum-Huntianum, George H. M. Lawrence, A. F. 

Giinther Buchheim, Gilbert S. Daniels, Helmut Dolezal, editors. 
Hunt Botanical Library, Pittsburgh, Pa. 1968. 

Braz. Brazilian. 

Bret. see Bretschneider. 

BRL Bristol: City Library, Bristol, Great Britain. 

BRNM Brno: Botanical Department of the Moravian Museum, Preslova i, 

60200 Brno, Czechoslovakia. 

Broadsheet Book made up of leaves which are unfolded complete sheets. 

BSGF Bulletin de la Societe geologique de France, Paris, vol. i-x, 1830-x. 

BUCA BucuRESTi: Institutul de Biologic "Tr. Savulescu" al Academici 

R.P.R., Spl. Independentei 296, Bucure^ti 17, Roumania. 

BUF Buffalo: The Clinton Herbarium, Buffalo Museum of Science, Hum- 

boldt Park, Buffalo, New York 1421 1, U.S.A. 

BUL BuLAWAYO: National Museum of Rhodesia, 8th Avenue, Bulawayo, 

Rhodesia. 

Cal., Calend. Calends (first of month in Roman calendar). 

CANB Canberra: Herbarium Australiense, Commonwealth Scientific and 

Industrial Research Organization, P.O. Box 1600, Canberra City, 
A.C.T. 2601, Australia. 

Cane. cancellans, cancel (leaf or sheet replacing original printing). 

CANM Ottawa: Bryophyte Section, National Herbarium of Canada - see 

CAN. 

CANTY Christchurch: Canterbury Museum, Christchurch, New Zealand. 

CGE Cambridge: Botany School, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, 

Great Britain. 

CHRB New Brunswick: Chrysler Herbarium, Department of Botany, Rut- 

gers College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey 
08903, U.S.A. 

Chromolith. Chromolithographs (pictures printed in colour from stone). 

CHUR Chur: Biindner Naturhistorisches und Nationalpark-Museum, Chur, 

Switzerland. 

CI Stanford: Carnegie Institution of Washington, Department of Plant 

Biology, Stanford, California 94305, U.S.A. 

CINC Cincinnati: Herbarium, Department of Biological Sciences, Univer- 

sity of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio 45221, U.S.A. 

circ. circulaires (circular letters, prefiminary announcements). 

CLF Clermont-Ferrand: Laboratoire de Botanique, U.E.R. Sciences 

exactes et naturelles, 4 & 6 rue Ledru, Clermont-Ferrand, Puy-de 
Dome, 63000, "France. 

Clokie Clokie, H., An account of the herbaria of the department of botany in the 

University of Oxford. Oxford, 1964. 

CM Pittsburgh : Herbarium, Carnegie Museum, 4400 Forbes Street, Pitts- 

burgh, Pennsylvania 152 13, U.S.A. 

CMI see I MI. 

CO see Colmeiro. 

CoUander Collander, R., V. Erkamo, P. Lehtonen, Bibliographia botanicafenniae 

igoi-ig^o. Helsinki, 1973. 

Collander hist. Collander, R., The history of botany in Finland iSsS-igiS. Helsinki 1 965. 

Colmeiro ColmeirO, M., La botdnicay los botdnicos de la peninsula hispano-lusitana. 

penins. Estudios bibliograficos y biograficos. Madrid, 1 858. See TL-2/ 1 1 8 1 . 

COLO Boulder : Herbarium, University of Colorado Museum, Boulder, Col- 

orado 80302, U.S.A. 



ABBREVIATIONS 



coloph., colof. 

comb, 
concl. 
Congr. 
CORD 

corr. 
CP 

CRK 
CS 

ctd. 

curr. vit. 
CW 



DBN 



DD 

def. 

Dept. 

Desmond 

De Toni 



DIN 

diss, 
distr. 
Div. 
DMNH 

doc, docum. 
DOR 

DPU 

Dryander 

DSY 
DUL 

E. 

elench. 
e.m. 
EMC 



emend. 

engr. 

exot. 

expl. 

exsc, exsicc. 

f. 



colophon (tail-piece in books providing information on printing and 
publishing). 

combination (in comb, nov., new nomenclatural combination). 

conclusion, concluded. 

Congress (usually referring to International Botanical Congresses). 

Cordoba: Museo Botanico, Facultad de Ciencias E.F. y Naturales, 
Avda. Velez Sarsfield 299, Cordoba, Argentina. 

correspondence; corrected by; correspondent. 

Copenhagen: Department of Plant Pathology, Thorvaldsensvej 40, 
Entrance no. 8, DK-1871 Copenhagen V., Denmark. 

Cork: Dept. of Botany of the University College, Cork, Great Britain. 

Fort Collins: Herbarium, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, 
Colorado 80521, U.S.A. 

continued. 

curriculum vitae (brief biography). 

Charkow: Herbarium of the Ukranian Institute for Scientific Re- 
search of Socialist Agriculture, The Chajkovskaja 4, Charkow, 
U.S.S.R. 

Dublin: National Museum of Ireland, Kildare Street, Dublin, Ireland 
- combined with herbarium of the National Botanic Gardens (for- 
merly DUB). 

Dehra Dun: Forest Research Institute & Colleges, Dehra Dun, U.P., 
India. 

definitive. 

Department. 

Desmond, R., Dictionary of British and Irish botanists and horticulturists 
including plant collectors and botanical artists. London, 1977. 

De Toni, G. B., Sylloge algarum omnium hucusque cognitarum. i: i- 
cxxix. 1889 (Bibliotheca phycologica) , 2(1): i-cxxxii. 1892 (Biblio- 
theca diatomologica), 4(1): i-lxi. 1897 (Bibliotheca phycologica, 
addenda). (TL-2/1421). 

Dinard: Laboratoire Maritime du Museum d'Histoire Naturelle, 17 
Avenue George V, Dinard, (Ille-et-Vilaine), France. 

dissertatio(n). 

distributed 

Divisio(n). 

Dayton :The Dayton Museum of Natural History, 2629 Ridge Ave., 
Dayton, Ohio 45414, U.S.A. 

documentation. 

Dorchester: Dorset Natural History & Archaeological Society, Dor- 
chester, Great Britain. 

Greencastle: The T.G. Yuncker Herbarium, DePauw University, 
Harrison Hall, Greencastle, Indiana 46135, U.S.A. 

Dryander, J., Catalogus bibliothecae historico-naturalis Josephi Banks. Lon- 
don, vols. 1-5, 1 798- 1 800. (TL-2/1534). 

Dewsbury: County Borough Museum, Dewsbury, Great Britain. 

Duluth: Olga Lakela Herbarium, University of Minnesota, Duluth, 
Minnesota 55812, U.S.A. 

East(ern). 

elenchus. 

eftermiddag(en) (afternoon (Swedish)). 

Ypsilanti: Eastern Michigan University Herbarium, Department of 
Biology, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197, 
U.S.A. 

emendavit. 

engraving. 

exotic(ae). 

explanation. 

exsiccatae. 

filius, son; also as fil. 



ABBREVIATIONS 

Ferussac 

FHI 

FHKSC 

FHO 

fil. 

f.m. 

FMC 

Fr. 
FT 

FU 

Futak-Domin 
FWM 

GAT 

GR 

GCM 

Gesch. 
GLEN 

GLM 

GOD 
G-PAE 

GR 

GRA 

GR cat. 
GRI 

HAG 

HAN 



Hawksworth 
HCIO 



HIRO 

Hirsch 



Ferussac, A. E.J. P.J. F. d'A. de, Bulletin general et universel des annonces et 
des nouvelles scientifiques; later as Bulletin universel des sciences, Paris, vols. 
1-27, 1823-1832. 

Ibadan: Forest Herbarium Ibadan, Department of Forest Research, 
Private Mail Bag 5054, Ibadan, Nigeria. 

Hays: The Elam Bartholomew Herbarium, Ft. Hays Kansas State 
College, Hays, Kansas 67601, U.S.A. 

Oxford: Forest Herbarium, Department of Forestry, Commonwealth 
Forestry Institute, University of Oxford, Oxford, Great Britain. 

see f 

fbrmiddag(en) (morning (Swedish)). 

Lancaster: North Museum, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancas- 
ter, Pennsylvania 17604, U.S.A. 

French. 

Firenze: Erbario Tropicale di Firenze, via Lamarmora 4, 501 21, 
Firenze, Italy. 

Fukuoka: Herbaria of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University, 
Hakazaki, Fukuoka, Kyushu distr., Japan. 

FuTAK, J. & K. DoMiN, Bibliografia kjlore CSR do r. 1952. Bratislava, 
i960. 

Forth Worth: Science Department, Fort Worth Museum of Science 
and History, 1501 Montgomery Street, Forth Worth, Texas 76107, 
U.S.A. 

Gatersleben: Zentralinstitut fiir Genetik und Kulturpflanzenfor- 
schung, DDR-4325 Gatersleben, Kreis Aschersleben, German De- 
mocratic Republic, DDR. 

Legon: Ghana Herbarium, University of Ghana, P.O. Box 55, Legon, 
Ghana. 

Legon: Ghana Mycological Herbarium, University College of Ghana 
- incorporated in GC. 

Geschichte, geschiedenis (history). 

Glenns: Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck Plant Classification 
Depository, Rappahannock, Community College, South Campus, 
Glenns, Virginia 23149, U.S.A. 

Gorlitz : Staatliches Museum fiir Naturkunde, Forschungsstelle, Am 
Museum I, Gorlitz, German Democratic Republic, DDR. 

Godalming: Charterhouse School Museum, Godalming, England. 

Geneve: Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques (see G), herbier Paul 
Aellen. 

references to a herbarium: Grenoble: Laboratoire de Botanique et 
Biologie Vegetale de I'Universite Scientifique et Medicale, BP 53, 
38041 Grenoble Cedex, France. 

Grahamstown: Herbarium of the Albany Museum, Botanical Re- 
search Unit, P.O. Box loi, Grahamstown, South Africa. 

Grummann, v., Catalogus lichenum Germaniae. Stuttgart, 1963. 

Grinnell: Grinnell College Herbarium, Biology Department, Grin- 
nell, Iowa 501 12, U.S.A. 

Habana: Instituto de Botanica de la Academia de Ciencias de Cuba, 
Calzada del Cerro 1257, La Habana, Cuba. 

Hannover: Institut fiir Vegetationskunde der technischen Univer- 
sitat, Nienburgerstrasse 17, 3 Hannover, Federal Republic of Ger- 
many, BRD. 

Hawksworth, D. L., Mycologists' Handbook. London, 1974. 

Delhi: Herbarium Cryptogamiae Indiae Orientalis, Division of My- 
cology and Plant Pathology, Indian Agricultural Research In- 
stitute, Delhi 1 1 00 1 2, India, (formerly under New Delhi). 

Hiroshima: Botanical Institute, Hiroshima University, Higashisenda, 
Hiroshima, Japan 730. 

Hirsch, G. C, Index biologorum investigatores, laboratoria, periodica. 
Berlin, 1928. 



ABBREVIATIONS 



HK Hong Kong: Herbarium, Agriculture and Fisheries Department, 

Canton Road Government Offices, Kowloon, Hong Kong. 

HNC Historiae naturalis classica, Weinheim, Lehre, a series of facsimile reprints 

edited by J. Cramer. 

HNH Hanover :Jesup Herbarium, Department of Biological Sciences, Dart- 

mouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire 03755, U.S.A. 

h. & I.e. see h.l.q.s. 

hort. horticulture, horticultural. 

Hortus 3 Hortus third. A concise dictionary of plants cultivated in the United 

States and Canada. Initially compiled by Liberty Hyde Bailey and 
Ethel Zoe Bailey. Revised and expanded by the staff of the Liberty 
Hyde Bailey Hortorium. New York, London, 1976. 

i. in. 

lAC Campinas: Instituto Agronomico do Estado (Phanerogamic Her- 

barium), Caixa postal 28, 13.100 Campinas SP, Brazil. 

IAN Belem: Instituto de Pesquisa e Experimentagao Agropecuaria do 

Norte (formerly: Instituto Agronomico do Norte), Caixa Postal 48, 
Belem, Para, Brazil. 

lARI Delhi: Division of Plant Introduction, Indian Agricultural Research 

Institute, Delhi (12), India (formerly under New Delhi). 

IBL Kefar Malal: Independent Biological Laboratories, P.O.B. Ra- 

matayim, Kefar Malal, Israel. 

ICEL Reykjavik: Natturufraedistofnun Islands, Grasafraedideild, (Mu- 

seum of natural History, Dept. of Botany), P.O. Box 5320, 
Reykjavik, Iceland. 

iconogr. iconographia. 

id. idem; in dates: ides. 

i.e. id est (that is to say). 

IMI Kew: Commonwealth Mycological Institute, Ferry Lane, Kew, Rich- 

mond, Surrey TWg 3AF, Great Britain. 

impr. imprimatur (official licence to print (often dated)). 

incompl. incomplete. 

instr. instruction (s). 

IPC Ile de Port Clos, Musee d'histoire naturelle. He de Port Clos, France. 

IPS Ipswich: The Museum, Ipswich, East Suffolk, Great Britain. 

Is. Island (s). 

itin. itinerary. 

JAC Jodhpur: Herbarium, University of Jodhpur, Department of Botany, 

Jodhpur, India. 

JHB see Barnhart. 

JYV Jyvaskyla: Department of Biology, Jyvaskyla University, Jyvaskyla, 

Finland. 

KANU Lawrence: Herbarium, University of Kansas, 2045 Ave. A., Campus 

West, Lawrence, Kansas 66044, U.S.A. 

KASSEL Kassel: Naturkundemuseum im Ottoneum, Kassel, BRD. 

KBG Konigsberg, now Kaliningrad. Herbarium destroyed. 

Keighley Keighley, England, Borough Museum, Keighley, Great Britain 

(KGY). 

Kent Kent, D. H., British herbaria, London 1957. 

kl. klockan, indication of time ("o'clock"), Swedish. 

Klastersky Klastersky, L, Hrabetova, A., Duda, J., Botanikove na Ceskem a 

Moravskoslezskem uzemi ad nejstarsich dob. ^rdvy Cs. Spolecnosti pro 
Dejinj ved a Techniky 14-15. 1970. 

Kleppa Kleppa, P., Norsk botanist bibliografi 18 14- 1964. Universitetsforlaget 

Oslo-Bergen, Tromso 1973. 

KM Vrchlabi: Krkonosske muzeum, Vrchlabi, okr. Trutnov, Czechoslo- 

vakia. 

KNAW Library of the Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschap- 

pen, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 

Kon. Koninklijke (royal). 



ABBREVIATIONS 

Krebel Krebel, R., Russlands naturhistorische und medicinische Literatur. Schriften 

und Abhandlungen in nicht-Russischer Sprache, Jena, 1847. 
Krempelh. Krempelhuber, A. von, Geschichte und Litteratur der Lichenologie von den 

dUesten ^eiten bis zum Schlusse des Jahres i86^{i8yo), Miinchen, 3 vols., 

1867-1872. TL-2/3932. 
KYO Kyoto: Department of Botany, Faculty of Science, Kyoto University, 

Kyoto 606, Japan. 
LAH Lahore: Panjab University, Lahore, Pakistan. 

LAM Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, 900 

Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, California 90007, U.S.A. 
LCN Lincoln: City and County Museum, Lincoln, Great Britain. 

LCU Washington: The CathoKc University of America, Michigan Ave. 

N.E., Washington, D.C. 20017, U.S.A. 
LDS Leeds: Plant Sciences Department, The University, Baines Wing, 

Leeds LS2 9JT, Yorkshire, Great Britain. 
Lenley Lenley, S. et al., Catalog of the manuscript and archival collections and index to 

the correspondence of John Torrey. Library of the New York Botanical 

Garden. Boston, Mass., 1973. 
Lepidopt. Lepidoptera. 

If leaf 

l.h.q.s. see h.l.q.s. 

LI Linz : Botanische Abteilung am Oberosterreichischen Landesmuseum, 

Museumstrasse 14, A-4010 Linz, Austria, 
libr. library. 

LIL Tucuman: Fundacion e Institute Miguel Lillo, Calle Miguel Lillo 205, 

San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina. 
Linn. Linnaeus, Linnaean. 

LISI Lisboa: Institute Superior de Agronomia, Tapada da Ajuda, Lisboa-3, 

Portugal, 
lit. literature, 

liths. lithographs 

Love Private library Askell Love, San Jose, Cal., U.S.A. 

LPS La Plata: Institute de Botanica C. Spegazzini, Calle 53 No. 477, La 

Plata, Bs. As., Argentina. 
LSR Leicester: City Museum and Art Gallery, Leicester, Great Britain. 

LTR Leicester: University of Leicester, Leicester LEI 7RH, Great Britain. 

LU Canton: Herbarium of the Lingnan University, Canton - see IBSC. 

LUX Luxembourg: Musee d'Histoire Naturelle, Luxembourg, Luxem- 

bourg. 
Ivs. leaves, 

m., mens. mensis (month). 

McVaugh private library of R. McVaugh, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A. 

MAINE Orono: University of Maine Herbarium, Department of Botany and 

Plant Pathology, University of Maine, Orono, Maine 04473, U.S.A. 
Maiwald Maiwald, V., Geschichte der Botanik in Bdhmen. Wien, Leipzig 1904. 

MARS Marseille: Laboratoire de Botanique, Faculte des Sciences, Place 

Victor Hugo, 13-Marseille (36), France. 
Mass. Massachusetts, U.S.A. 

mat. materia, material. 

MB Marburg: Fachbereich Biologic der Philipps-Universitat, Botanik, 

Lahnberge, D-355 Marburg (Lahn), Federal Repubhc of Germany, 

B.R.D. 
mens. see m. 

microsc. microscopic (al). 

mycol. mycological. 

N. North, northern. 

NAM Namur: Facultes Universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix, 61 Rue de 

Bruxelles, B-5000 Namur, Belgium. 
Natuurw. Natuurwetenschappen. 

NBF Nouvelle biographie fran^aise. 



ABBREVIATIONS 



PE 

PENN 

Pennell 



PERTH 

PHA 

phil., philos. 
photogr. 



Notre Dame: The J. A. Nieuwland Herbarium, University of Notre 
Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana 46556, U.S.A. 

Fargo: North Dakota State University Herbarium, Botany Dept., 
Fargo, North Dakota 58102, U.S.A. 

Notre Dame: The E.L. Greene Herbarium, The University of Notre 
Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana 46556, U.S.A. 

necrology. 

see Nederl. 

Nanking: The Herbarium, College of Agriculture and Forestry, Uni- 
versity of Nanking, Nanking, Kiangsu, China. 

see Nickles. 

Las Cruces: Herbarium, Biology Department, New Mexico State 
University, Las Cruces, New Mexico 88003, U.S.A. (formerly at 
State College). 

Cardiff: Department of Botany, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff 
CF1/3 NP, Wales, Great Britain. 

see Nat. Nov. 

numero, number. 

nomen conservandum (conserved name). 

nomen rejiciendum (rejected name). 

NoRDSTEDT, C. F. O., Index Desmidiacearum citaiionibus locupletissi?nus 
atque bibliographia. Berlin 1896. Supplementum. Berlin, 1908. 

near. 

Alice Springs: Herbarium of the Northern Territory, Animal In- 
dustry and Agriculture Branch, Department of the Northern Ter- 
ritory, Alice Springs, N.T. 5750, Australia. 

Northampton: County Borough Central Museum, Northampton, 
Great Britain. 

Pietermaritzburg: Botany Department, University of Natal, Pieter- 
maritzburg. South Africa. 

Northwest botanical manuscripts. Washington State University Library. 
Pullman, 1976. 

see i8-mo, below. 

Norman: Bebb Herbarium, University of Oklahoma, 770 Van Vleet 
Oval, Norman, Oklahoma 73069, U.S.A. 

Stillwater: Oklahoma State University Herbarium, Department of 
Botany and Plant Pathology, Oklahoma State University, Still- 
water, Oklahoma 74074, U.S.A. 

opposite. 

Orchidaceae, orchids. 

ordinatus (ordained). 

conserved orthography {o[ nomen conservandum) . 

University Park: The Herbarium, The Pennsylvania State Univer- 
sity, Buckhout Lab., University Park, Pennsylvania 16802, U.S.A. 

pagination, page(s) ; see also p. 

Palermo: Erbario dellTstituto Botanico di Palermo, Palermo, Italy. 

Auckland: Auckland Plant Diseases Division, Dept. of Scientific and 
Industrial Research, Private Bag, Auckland, New Zealand. 

Peking: Institute of Botany, Academia Sinica, Peking, China. 

Philadelphia: Herbarium of the University of Pennsylvania, Phila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania 191 18, U.S.A. 

Barnhart, J. H., in Pennell, W. T., The Scrophulariaceae of eastern 
temperate North America, Monogr. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia vol. i, 

1935- 
Perth: Western Australian Herbarium, Department of Agriculture, 

Jarrah Road, South Perth, Western AustraHa 6151. 
London: Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, London, Great 

Britain, 
philosophical, 
photographs. 



ABBREVIATIONS 

PL Plzen : Zapadoceske muzeum Pfirodovedecky odbor, Veleslavinova 6, 

301 14 Plzen, Czechoslovakia. 

PLY Plymouth: Plymouth Institution, Plymouth, Great Britain. 

Port. Portuguese. 

postscr. postscriptum. 

Pr. Preussen (in "i. Pr."). 

PREM Pretoria: Plant Protection Research Institute, Private Bag X 134, 

Pretoria, South Africa 0001. 

pres. presented. 

prev. previously. 

prid. pridie (on the day before). 

priv., privil. privilegium (the sole right of printing). 

PRM Praha: Mykologicke oddeleni Prirod, muzea Narodniho muzea v 

Praze, Praha, Czechoslovakia. 

PTH Perth: City Art Gallery & Museum, Perth, Great Britain. 

PV Prods-verb aux des seances de I'Academie [des Sciences, Paris] tenues depuis 

lafondationdel'Institut [1795] jusqu'au mois d'aout 1835, 10 vols., 
Hendage, 1910-1921 (sometimes also as "Acad."). 

p.v.t.f.m. pa vanlig tid fore middagen (at the customary hour in the morning, 

(Swedish)). 

QMP Quebec : Musee du Quebec - incorporated in QUE [see abbr. in vol. i ) . 

RAB Rabat: Institut Scientifique Cherifien, Laboratoire de Taxinomie et 

Ecologie des Vegetaux Superieurs, Avenue Moulay Cherif, Rabat, 
Morocco. 

Ratzeburg Ratzeburg, J. T. C, Forstwissenschaftliches Schriftsteller Lexikon.. Berlin, 

1874. 

reg. register, registration. 

Regensburg "rd. Regensburg" stands for rd. Flora. 

Rehder Rehder, A. The Bradley bibliography. A guide to the literature of the 

woody plants of the world pubhshed before the beginning of the 
twentieth century. Cambridge (Massachusetts), 5 vols., 1911-1918. 

R.H.S. The Royal Horticultural Society, London United Kingdom, Lindley Lib- 

rary. 

RM Laramie: Rocky Mountain Herbarium, University of Wyoming, La- 

ramie, Wyoming 82071, U.S.A. 

RPPR Rio Piedras: Institute of Tropical Forestry, P.O. Box AQ, Rio Piedras, 

Puerto Rico 00928, U.S.A. 

RUT New Brunswick: Douglass College, New Brunswick, New Jersey 

08903, U.S.A. 

RV Rostov on Don: Herbarium of the Department of Botany of the 

Molotov State University of Rostov, Engels Street 1 15, Rostov on 
Don, U.S.S.R. 

RYD Ryde: Isle of Wight Philosophical & Scientific Society, Ryde, Great 

Britain. 

SACT Sacramento: Herbarium, Department of Biological Sciences, Califor- 

nia State University, Sacramento, California 05819, U.S.A. 

SAM Cape Town: South African Museum Herbarium, National Botanic 

Gardens of South Africa, Kirstenbosch, Newlands 7725, Cape 
Town, South Africa. 

SAP Sapporo: Laboratory of Plant Taxonomy and Ecology, Botanical 

Institute, Faculty of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, 
Japan. 

SBC Sayre, G., C. E. B. Bonner, and W. L. Culberson, The authorities for 

the epithets of mosses, hepatics, and hchens, The Bryologist 67(2): 

1 13-135. 1964 
SCH ScHAFFHAUSEN : Naturhistorisches Museum, Frauengasse, Schaff- 

hausen, Switzerland 
SCHN Northampton: Herbarium of Smith College, Clark Science Center, 

Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts 01060, U.S.A. 
Sci., sci. Science, scientific. 



ABBREVIATIONS 



SDC 



sec. 

sen. 

sep. 

SGE 

SIGMA 



SING 



SK 
SK 



SLBI 

SOC 

S. 

Spermat. 

SPH 

STA 

Stevenson 

STI 

subgen. 

subst. 

TB 

TBI 



techn. 

TEX 

TL 

TLA 



TLM 

TOR 

TR 

transl. 
TROM 

TRV 



Brookings: Herbarium of South Dakota State University, Depart- 
ment of Botany and Biology, Brookings, South Dakota 57006, 
U.S.A. 

secondary. 

senior. 

separate (off-print). 

Stalybridge: The Museum, Stalybridge, Great Britain. 

Montpellier: Station Internationale de Geobotanique Mediter- 
raneenne et Alpine, Rue du Pioch de Boutonnet, Montpellier (He- 
rault), France. 

Singapore: Herbarium and Library, Botanic Garden, Cluny Road, 
Singapore 10, Republic of Singapore. 

Reference to a herbarium: Skara: Katedralskolan, Skara, Sweden. 

Steenis, C. G. G.J. VAN, editor, Flora malesiana. 

i: 1-639. 1950- Collections and collectors, (by M.J. van Steenis- 

Kruseman). 
4(2): Ixxi-clxi. 1949. Hist. expl. (by H. C. D. de Wit). 
4(5): clxiii-ccxix. 1954. Dates of publication (by M.J. van Steenis- 

Kruseman). 
5: ccli-cccxxxvi. 1958. Coll. suppl. (by M. J. van Steenis-Kruse- 

man). 
8: i-cxv. 1974. Coll. suppl. 2. (by M.J. van Steenis-Kruseman). 

London: South London Botanical Institute, 323 Norwood Road, Lon- 
don S.E. 24, Great Britain. 

Ashland: Department of Biology, Southern Oregon College, Ashland, 
Oregon 97520, U.S.A. 

South(ern). 

Spermatophyta. 

HiLLSBORo: Fox Research Forest, Hillsboro, New Hampshire 03244. 
U.S.A. 

Saint Andrews: Department of Botany, The University, Saint An- 
drews, Scotland, Great Britain. 

As a bibliographical reference: Stevenson, J. A., Index plant diseases 
U.S., Index part. Beltsville, 1953. 

Stirling: Smith Art Gallery and Museum, Albert Place, Stirling, 
Scotland, Great Britain. 

subgenus. 

substitute. 

Tbilisi: Herbarium of the Stalin State University of Tbilisi, University 
Street, Tbilisi, Georgia, U.S.S.R. 

Tbilisi: Department of Systematics and Plant Geography of the 
Botanical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Georgian 
S.S.R., Kodjorskoje Highway, Tbilisi, U.S.S.R. 

technical. 

Austin: University of Texas Herbarium, Austin, Texas 78703, U.S.A. 

Toulouse: Laboratoire de Botanique, Faculte des Sciences, Alices 
Jules Guesde, Toulouse (Haute Garonne), France. 

Toulouse: Laboratoire de Cryptogamie, Universite Paul Sabatier 
(Sciences), 1 18 route de Narbonne, 31077 Toulouse Cedex (Haute 
Garonne), France. 

Toulouse: Museum d'Histoire Naturelle de Toulouse, Toulouse 
(Haute Garonne), France. 

Torquay: Torquay Natural History Society, The Museum, Bab- 
bacombe Rd., Torquay, Great Britain. 

Reference to a herbarium: Trento: Museo Tridentino di Scienze 
naturali, Trento, Italy. 

translation, translated by. 

Tromsoe: Botanical Department ofTromsoe Museum, Tromsoe, Nor- 
way. 

Pretoria: Transvaal Museum - incorporated in PRE. 



ABBREVIATIONS 

Tucker 

TURA 
UBC 

UCR 

UMO 

UPSV 

Urban-Berl. 

USGS 

VEN 

vern. 

Verz. 

Vetensk. 

W. 

WAR 

WB 

Westhoff 
WELTU 

WIN 

Windsor 
WTR 

WTU 

WUD 

1 6-mo 
i8-mo 

32-mo 



Tucker, E. M., Catalogue of the library of the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard 
University. Cambridge, Mass., 3 vols., 191 7-1933. 

Turku: Institute of Biology, Abo Academy, Turku (Abo), Finland. 

Vancouver : The University of British Columbia, Vancouver 8, British 
Columbia, Canada. 

Riverside: Herbarium, Department of Biology, University of Califor- 
nia, Riverside, California 92502, U.S.A. 

Columbia: Herbarium, University of Missouri, 201 Tucker Hall, Co- 
lumbia, Missouri 65201, U.S.A. 

Uppsala : Vaxtbiologiska Institutionen, Uppsala Universitet, Box 559, 
S-751 22 Uppsala I, Sweden. 

Urban, I., Geschichte des Kdniglichen Botanischen Museums zu Berlin-Dah- 
lem (i8ij-igij) nebst Aufzdhlung seiner Sammlungen. Dresden, 19 16. 

United States Geological Survey, Library; Washington, D.C. 

Caracas: Instituto Botanico, Apartado 2156, Caracas, Venezuela. 

vernacular. 

Verzeichniss. 

see Vet. 

West, western. 

Warwick: The County Museum, Warwick, Great Britain. 

Wurzburg: Botanisches Institut der Universitat, Klinikstrasse 5, 
Wiirzburg, Federal Republic of Germany, BRD. 

V. Westhoff, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, private library. 

Wellington: Botany Department, Victoria University of Wellington, 
Private Bag, Wellington", New Zealand. 

Winnipeg: Herbarium of the Department of Botany, University of 
Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2N2 Canada. 

Library at Windsor Castle, England. 

Winchester: Winchester College Museum, Winchester, Hampshire, 
Great Britain. 

Seattle: Herbarium, Department of Botany, AK-io, University of 
Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195, U.S.A. 

Detroit: Biology Department, Wayne State University, Detroit, Mi- 
chigan 48202, U.S.A. 

Volume consisting of sheets of paper folded four times or into sixteen 
leaves (32 p. per signature). 

Volume made up of gatherings of 18 leaves (36 pages), often manufac- 
tured by combining signatures of 1 2 and 6 leaves into single binding 
units. 

Volume consisting of sheets of paper folded five times or into 32 leaves 
(64 p. per signature). 



HABERLE 

Haan, Willem de (1801-1855), Dutch biologist at Leiden. [Haan). 

collections: Rijksmuseum voor natuurlijke Historie, Leiden. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY :Aa 8 ( I ) : 16-17; AKL 1 855 : 1 70- 1 7 1 ; BM 2 : 756 ; CSP 3 : 
104; JW 3: 352; LS 10669-10670; PR 3670 [d. 1850) (ed. i: 4002); Quenstedt p. 180 {d. 

1853)- 

2224. Commentatio in quaestionem, ab ordine disciplinarum mathematicarum et physi- 
carum Acadeniiae Lugduno-Batavae, ex historia naturali, a. mdcccxx. propositam: "Qui- 
nam sunt li?nites inter vitam'animalium et vegetabilium." Quae praemium reportavit d. viii. mensis 
februarii a. mdcccxxi. [Leiden, independently paged issue of Annales Academiae lugduno- 
batavae, Leiden (S. et J. Luchtmans) 1821]. Qu. {Limites vit. anim. veg.). 

PubL:8 Feb 1821, p. [i]-43. Copy: KNAW. 

Haartman, Johan Gustav (1777-1799), Finnish botanist; born in Sauvo. {Haartrn.). 
HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Dryander 4: 148; Saelan p. 146; TR 509. 

Eriksson, G., Bot. hist. Sverige 283. 1969. 

Hjelt, O. E. A., Naturhistoriens studium i Finland under sjuttonde och adertonde seklet, 
Helsingfors 1868, p. 193-194. ( = Bidrag till kannedom af Finlands Natur och Folk 12: i- 
vi, I - 1 98) . This paper of Hjelt is referred to below as Naturhistoriens studium i Finland (inf. I . 
Kukkonen) ; Naturhistoriens Studium vid Abo Universitet, Helsingfors 1896, p. 378 (inf 
Bo Peterson) . ( = Skrifter utgifne af Svenska Litteratursalskapet i Finland 32 : i-iv, i -446) . 

2225. De Tussilagine commentarii botanici particula i. Quam cons, ampliss. fac. phil. 
aboens. publicae censurae submittunt stipendiarii Haartmanniani Joh. Gust. Haartman, 
philos. mag. et Andreas Johannes Orrstrom, aboensis. In audit, min. die xxijunii, mdccxcvii 
horis a.m. solitis. Aboae (typis Frenckellianis) [1797]- Qu. {De Tussilag.). 

Publ.: 21 Jun 1797, p. [i], [i]-22. Copies: H, MO. 

Haberle, Karl Konstantin Christian (1764-1832), German botanist; firstatjena; from 
18 1 3 at Budapest. [Haberle). 

HERBARIUM and types: BP. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Backer p. 249; Barnhart 2: 106; BM 2: 759; Bossert p. 157; 
CSP 3: 1 05- 1 06; Jackson p. 4, 35; Kanitzno. 123; LS 10669- 10670; NI p. 205, 308; Pleschp. 
247; PR 3671-3672 (ed. 1 : 4007-4009) ; Rehder 5: 356. 

Pax, F., Grundz. Pflanzenverbreit. Karpathen i : 1 1, 28. 1898 (Veg. Erde 2(1)). 
Priszter, Ann. Univ. Sci. Budapest Rolando Eotvos, Biol. 12: 191-206. 1970 (some of H's 
plant names treated on p. 205-206). 

eponymy: Haberlea Frivaldszky (1835). 

2226. Das Gewdchsreich. Oder characterisirende Beschreibung aller zur Zeit bekannten 
Gewachse, als Commentar zu den Bertuchschen Tafeln der allgemeinen Natur-Geschichte. 
Ein Handbuch fiir Naturfreunde zu eigenem Unterrichte, bei dem Gebrauche dieser Tafeln 
von D. Carl Constantin Haberle. Ersten Bandes erster Theil. Pilze und Schwamme. Weimar 
(im Verlag des F.G. privil. Landes-Industrie-Comptoirs) 1806. Oct.f {Gewdchsreich) . 
Publ.: 1806 (p. viii: 1 1 Apr 1806), p. [i*], [i]-viii, [3]-28o. Copy: FH. - For Friedrich Justin 

Bertuch (i 747-1822), who was one of the first to publish large scale natural history 
illustrations for use in schools, see NI p. 204. 

2227. Succincta rei herbariae hungaricae et transsilvanicae historia, auctore doctore C. C. 
Haberle . . . Budae [Budapest] (Typis regiae universitatis hungaricae) 1830. Oct. {Succ. rei 
herb. hist.). 

/"mR: Jul-Dec 1830 (p. 6: 6 Jun 1830), p. [i]-66. Copy: G. - Pritzel cites: LINN. 



HABIRSHAW 



Habirshaw, Frederick (^. 1877), American diatomologist. (Habirshaw). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unkown. Issued: Collectio diatomaceae, New York, s.d.; set at FH. For 
catalogue see no. 2228. Further diatom material at AWH and S. 
Ref.: Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19: 75-76. 1969. 
Fryxell, G., Nova Hedwigia Beih. 35: 361. 1975. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BM i: 338, 2: 759; De Toni i: Ivii, 2: Ixi; Kew 2: 543; 
Jackson p. 159. 

2228. Catalogue of the Diatomaceae with references to the various published descriptions and 
figures . . . New York (Reproduced by the Edison electric pen process) 1877. Qu. (in fours). 

{Cat. Diatom..). 

Ed. /:Nov 1877 (preface 20 Oct 1877, p. 264: Mai 1877; copy at G forwarded on i Dec 1877; 
Hedwigia Feb 1878), p. [i-xi], [i]-[264], sign. A, B, 1-66. Copies: FH, G, NY, UC. - 
Number of copies printed: 50 (distributed free). 

Ed. 2, part i: 1881-1882 (Nat. Nov. 1881), cover, p. [i]-xxii, [i]-58. Copies: NY, UC. - 
"Catalogue of the Diatomaceae with references to the pubhshed descriptions and figures 
by Frederick Habirshaw, F.R.M.S. Edited and published by Romyn Hitchcock, 
F.R.M.S." New York (Thompson & Moreau, ...) 1881-1882. Qu. Title on cover 
''Catalogue of the Diatomaceae part 1 ..." - Editor: Romyn Hitchcock (1851-1923). 

Ed. 2, completed, in 4( ?) parts, 1 88 1 - 1 885 (p. 343 : i Oct 1 885 ; Nat. Nov. Feb 1 886 ; Bot. Zeit. 
30 Jul 1886), Ivs. [i], [i]-343, A-K [= 10 p. add.] (all single cross-stitched leaves). Copies: 
FH, NY, UC. - "Habirshaw's Catalogue of the Diatomaceae. H.H. Chase, M.D. Geneva, 
New York 1885" All Ivs. by the "Edison electrical pen process" repr. by lithography. - 
Editor: Harvey Henderson Chase (1849- 191 5). 

Ed. j: prepared by H. H. Chase . . . type-written to order for Julien Deby. New York 1888 
("unique" copy, see De Toni 1891) ; see also the handwritten copy by David Boyd Ward 
(1853-1907) at NY, 2 vols., 1891. 

French ed. : Catalogue des diatomees. edit, fran^aise revue et augmentee par J. Pelletan. Paris 
1879 (Nat. Nov. 1879) (n.v.). Tran.?/a<zo« by Jules Pelletan (1833-?). FH has a handwritten 
text "Catalogue des Diatomees avec indications bibliographiques relatives a chaque espece 
par Frederick Habirshaw F.R.M.S. New York 1877" p. [i]-vi, [i]-264. 

Precursors: seej. Microgr. 3: 410-414, 453-455, 497-500. 1872, 4: 40-42, 98-101. 1873. 
Ref: Deby, J., Bibl. micr. microgr. studies 3: 30. 1882. 

Hackel, Eduard (1850- 1926), Bohemia-born Austrian agrostologist and high school tea- 
cher at St. Polten ( 187 1- 1900); from 1904 at Graz. {Hack.}. 

HERBARIUM and types: W; dupl. e.g. BM, GB, K. 

Ref: Hackel, E., Bot. Centralbl. 9(9): 327. 1882 (sale of parts of his herbarium). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 2(i): 380, 5(3) : 51 ; Backer p. 250; Barnhart 2: 106; BJI 
1 : 24, 2: 65; BM 2: 759, 6: 422; CSP 7: 882, 10: 106, 12: 302-303, 15: 558-559; DTS i : 99- 
100, 6(4): 145; Hortus 3: 1 194 ("Hack."); IH 2: 247; Jackson p. 341; Kew 2: 544; 
Klasterskyp. 85; KR p. 252; Langmanp. 344; LS 10672; Maiwald p. 278; MWp. i49;NW 
p. 47; Rehder 5: 356; Saccardo i : 87, 2: 57; TL-2/978, 1592, 1835; Tucker i : 309; Zander 
ed. 10, p. 666. 
Anon., Bot. Jahrb. i: 502. 5 Apr 1881 (pn H's publ. on Spirachne (1880)); Bull. Soc. bot. 

Deux-Sevres 2\:pl. 4. 19 10 (portr.). 
Beck, G., Vegetationsverh. Illyr. Lander 34. 190 1 (Veg. Erde 4) (bibl.). 
Dorfler, I., Botaniker-Portrats 2: 15. 1906 (portr.). 
Druce, G. C, Bot. Soc. Exch. CI. Brit. Isles 8(1): 93-97. 1927. 
Fritsch, Mitt, naturw. Ver. Steiermark 1927: xxiv-xxx. 
Huxley, L., Life letters J. D. Hooker 284, 285bis, 287-288. 1918. 
Merrill, E. D., Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 30(1): 141-142. 1947. 
Parodi, Physis 8: 620-625. 1927 (portr., selected bibl.). 
Pax, F., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Karpathen 28, 50, 275, 279. 1898 (Veg. Erde 2(1)) (bibl.). 



HACQUET 

Reiche, K., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Chile 32, 372. 1907 (Veg. Erde 8) (bibl.). 

Roshewitz, Bull. Jard. hot. Leningrad 28(3/4): 411-420. 1929 (bibl., portr.). 

Stieber, M. T., Taxon 27: 270. 1978 (portr.). 

Urban, I., Fl. bras. 1(1): 176. 1906. 

Willkomm, M., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Iber. Halbinsel 21, 25. 1896 (Veg. Erde i). 

COMPOSITE woRKS:(i) MoTiograpkia Andropogonearum, in Alph. de Candolle, Monogr. pi. 6: i- 
716./)/. 1-2. Apr 1889 (Nat. Nov. Jul 1889) (TL 2/978). 

(2) Gramineae (echteGraser), inY.V 2.2: i-^1, 126 (p. 1-48 Jul 1887, 49-96 Nov, p. 97 and 126, 
Jan 1888), Nachtr. 2-4(1): 39-47. Jul 1897, 2: 3-7. 8 Oct 1900 (TL 2/1710). 

(3) with F. Pax, in EP, Die natiirlichen Pflanzenfamilien, Cyperaceae und Gramineae, reprint Dec 
1887, Leipzig (Engelmann) 130 p., / pL, 426 figs. 

(4) Gramineae brasilienses V, in Martins, Flora brasiliensis, fasc. 90, i Jul 1883, ^o^- 2(3) : 245- 
326. pi. 59-74- (see also under J. C. Doll). 

(5) Gramineae gesammelt aiif der Forschungsreise der Gazelle [Berlin 1890], 11 p., 4 pi., see Engler, 
no. 1705; see also Bot. Jahrb. 6: 233-248. 1885. 

(6) See Durand et Pittier, Pnmit.jl. costaric, TL 2/1592. 

(7) Contributed to H. W. Reichardt, Flora der Insel Jan Mayen, 21 p., in vol. 3(73) oi Die 
internationale Polarjorschiing 1882-1883, Wien, 1886; see under Reichardt. 

(8) Gramineae, with J. Ch. Doell, in Warming, E., Symb. nos. 37-38, publ. 3 Mai 1892. 

eponymy: Hackelochloa O. Kuntze (1891). 

2229. Catalogue raisonne des Graminees du Portugal . . . Coimbre [Coimbra] (Imprimerie de 
rUniversite) 1880. Oct. [Cat. rais. Gramin. Portugal). 

Publ. -.Mai-inn 1880 (Nat. Nov. Jul 1880; Bot. Zeit. 9jul 1880; J. Bot. Aug 1880), p. [i]-34. 

Copies: G, MO, NY. 
Ref.: Engler, A., Bot. Jahrb. i : 302. 12 Oct 1880. 

2230. Monographia Festucarmn europearum . . . Kassel und Berlin (Verlag von Theodor Fi- 
scher) 1882. Oct. [Monogr. Festuc. eur.). 

Publ.: Apr-Mai 1882 (p.ix:Oct 1 88 1 ; Nat. Nov. Mai 1882; Bot. Zeit. 26 Mai 1882), p. [ij-ix, 
[i]-2i6, pi. 1-4, uncol. hths. by the author. Copies: G, MO, NY, U, US(2), USDA. 

Facsimile ed.: Micro methods Ltd., and Johnson Reprint Corporation 1964 (as orig.) Copies: 
MICH, USDA. 

Ref.: Peter, Bot. Zeit. 41: 314-315. 11 Mai 1883. 
Engler, A., Bot. Jahrb. 4: 89-91. 22 Mar 1883. 

2231. The true grasses . . . Translated from die natiirlichen Pflanzenfamilien by F. Lamson- 
Scribner and Effie A. Southworth . . . New York (Henry Holt and Company) 1890. Oct. 
( True grasses) . 

Translators: Frank Lamson-Scribner (1851-1938); Effie Almira Soutworth (i860-?) (later 

Mrs. Volney Morgan Spalding). 
Orig. ed.: 1890 (p. iv: i Feb 1890; TBC i Jul 1890), front., p. [i]-viii, [i]-228. Copies: MO, 

NY, US(2), USDA. The second US copy has a loose errata slip. 
"Mw edition'' : Westminster (Constable) 1896 (Nat. Nov. Dec (2) 1896), p. [i]-viii, [i]-228, 

"a re-issue of the old sheets with a slightly different binding" (Rendle) ; "the sooner our 

systematists recognize the fact that ability to read German is an essential towards good 

work, the better for them and the better for botany" (id.) 
Ref.: Rendle, A. B., J. Bot. 35: 60-61. Feb 1897. 

Holm, Bot. Gaz. 15(8) : 212-213. Aug 1890. 

Hacquet, Belsazar (Balthasar) (1739-1815), Bretagne (Brittany) born French-Austrian 
physician, botanist and geologist; born at Conquet (Bretagne); high school teacher at 
Laibach (Ljubljana) ; 1 788 prof, natural history at Lemberg (Lwow) ; later mining counsel at 
Vienna; explorer of Croada and the Carpathians. [Hacq.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown, "nel museo agrario di Lubiana" (Saccardo). 

J^ote on name: DaUa Torre (DTS 6(4): 145) corrects the generally used later (Austrian) 

Balthasar to the (Brittany) Belsazar. 



HACQ^UET 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 6(i): 20; Backer p. 250; Barnhart 2: 106; BM 2: 759; 

Bossert p. 158; CSP 3: 109-1 10; DTS i : 100; Dawson p. 379; Dryander 5: 264; GR p. 325; 

Hortus3: 1 194 ("Hacq."); Jackson p. 265; Kanitz no. 174; Kew 2: 544; LS 10674-10675; 

NI 771 ; PR 3673 (ed. i : 401 1-4015) ; Quenstedtp. 181 ; Rehder 5: 357; Saccardo i : 87-88, 2: 

57, cron. p. xxiv; WU 7: 163; Zander ed. 10, p. 660. 

Beck, G., Vegetationsverh. Illyr. Lander 3, 35. 1901 (Veg. Erde 4). 

Hoelzl, Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. Wien 11:433-446. 1861 (on H's observations in the Carpathian 

Mts.). 
J., Diet. Sci. med. 5: 10-12. 1822 (bibl.). 
Kanitz, A., PI. roman. xx. 1881. 

Pax, F., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Karpathen 7-8, 31. 1898 (Veg. Erde 2(1)). 
Szafer, W., Concise hist. bot. Cracow 41, 48. 1969. 
Voss, W., Jahresber. Staats- Oberrealschule Laibach 1884: 20-24 (n.v., fide DTS i: 100). 

eponymy: Hacquetia Necker ex A. P. de Candolle (1830). 

2232. Plantae alpinae carniolicae. Collegit et descripsit Balth. Hacquet . . . Viennae [Wien] 
(Sumptibus bibliopolae Joannis PauH Kraus) 1782. Qu. {PI. alp. carnioL). 

Orig.: 1 782, p. [i]-i6,/)/. 7-5, uncol. copper engr. Joseph Pallnstorff (sign, on pi. i). Copies: G, 

NY, Teyler, USDA, WU. 
Other edition: 1782, Viennae (Sumptibus bibhopolae Joannis Pauh Kraus), p. [i]-3i,j&/. 7-5 

(as in original issue). Copy: WU. - This 31 p. edition has a different, more elaborate, text; 

on the t.p. the author is given as "Hacquet" (16 p. ed.: "Balth. Hacquet"); the word 

Carnioliae is in italics fancy letters ( 16 p. ed. roman, traditional). PR mentions a Wappler 

imprint for the 16 p. ed. ; this has not been traced by us. 

2233. Hacquet's neueste physikalisch-politische Reisen in den Jahren 1 788 und 1 789 durch die 
dacischen und sarmatischen oder nordlichen Karpathen. Niirnberg (im Verlag der Raspischen j- 
Buchhandlung) 1790- 1796, 4 vols. Oct. [Reis. dac. sarm. Karpathen). 

i: 1790, frontisp., xxiv, 207 p.,/)/. i-J (col. copper engr.). 
2: 1791, xxvi, 249, [6, err.], /)/. 1-6 (id.). 
5: 1794, xxvi, 247, 3 charts,/?/. 7-7 (1-6 col., 7 maps). 
4.: 1796, xvi, 254, [2, err.],/*/. 1-6 (4-6 col.). 

Copy: WU (analysis: W. Gutermann). 

Hacquet's other travelogues were '' Mineralogisch-botanische Lustreise von dem Berge Terglou in 
Krain bis zu dem Berge Glockner in Tyrol im Jahr lyyg" (Wien 1784, Oct.), ''Physikalisch-politische 
Reise aus den dinarischen durch die julischen . . . Alpen in den Jahren lySi und lygs unternommen" 
(Leipzig, 4 vols., 1 785-1 787, Oct.); Reisen durch die norischen Alpen, . . . (Ntirnberg, 2 vols., 
1791, Oct.). (all n.v.). Motto on frontisp. of present work, on the Carpathians: 

"An diesen Felsen granzt in wilder Wusteney 

Der Muselmannen Reich die Moldau, Wallachey 

Dort wohnet Christ und Turck, und zeigt durch rohe Sitten 

Der sey Barbar getauft und der Barbar beschnitten." 

Haeckel, Ernst Heinrich Philipp August ( 1834- 19 19), German evolutionary zoologist 
and popularizer of biology. [Haeckel) . 

HERBARIUM and types: at JE and in the Ernst Haeckel House, Jena. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: AG 3:87; Ainsworth p. 33, 321 ; Barnhart 2: 106; BM 2: 759- 
76 1, 6: 422; Bossert p. 158; CSP 3: 109,6:680, 7:882-883, 10; 106-107, 12:303, 15:562-563, 
i6:5o6;DeToni2:lxi;DSB6:6-ii;Kew2: 546; KR p. 252; Moebiusp. 363; NI p. i, 221, 
308; Quenstedt p. 182; Rehder 5: 357; SO 1256. 

Note: No attempt is made to cite here the secondary literature on Haeckel. The references 
below are to some general biographical studies, to modern evaluations and to publications 
dealing with H's role in botany. 



HAECKEL 



Anon., Osterr. bot. Z. 68: 292. 1919. 

Bergdolt, E., Karl von Goebel ed. 2. 260 [index]. 1941. 

Bock, Science 164: 684-685. 1969. 

Bolsche, Haeckel, his life and work, intr. and transl. by J. McCabe, London 1906, 336 p. 

(portr.). 
Browne, Proc. Linn. Soc. London 132: 39-43. 1920. 
Ewan, J. et al.. Short hist. bot. U.S. 124. 1969. 

Glass, B. et al., Forerunners of Darwin: 1745- 1859. Baltimore 1968, see p. 464 [index]. 
Grood, D. H., Haeckel's theory of the unity of nature. Boston, 1965, 98 p. 
Heberer, G., Der gerechtfertigte Haeckel, Stuttgart 1968, ix, 588 p., (portr., bibl.). Impor- 
tant modern source; a review of Haeckel's written work mainly based on the Generelle 

Morphologic. 
Heider et al., Die Naturwissenschaften 7(50) : 943-972. 1919 (issue dedicated to the memory 

of Haeckel; detailed bibliography by Thilo Krumbach). 
Krumbiegel, L, Gregor Mendel 138. 1967. 

Nordstedt, C. F. O., Ind. Desmid. Bibl. 17. 1896, suppl. 8. 1908 (index bibl.). 
Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. coll. acad. Phila. p. 239, 939. 1963. 
Schmidt, H., Ernst Haeckel. Denkmal eines grossen Lebens. Jena, 1 18 p. 
Sinnott, Freethinker, i Nov 1969. 
Sirks, M. J., Ind. natuuronderz. 204. 1915. 
Smit, P., Janus 54(3-4): 236-252. 1967 (evaluation Generelle Morphologic); Hist, life sci. 

943, 1050. 1974. 
Stafleu, F. A., Taxon 18: 566-568. 1969 (rev. of Heberer 1968). 
Uschmann, G., Ernst Haeckel. Forscher, Kimstler, Mensch. Jena 1954, 244 p. 

Uschmann und Jahn, Wiss. Z. Friedrich-Schiller Univ. Jena., Math.-nat. 9: 7-33. 

1959/60 (corresp. with T. H. Huxley). 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 128. 1903, 3(3): 136. 1905. 

handwriting: Wiss. Z. Friedr.-Schiller-Univ. Jena, 9 (Naturw.): 7-33. i960. 

2233a. Natiirliche Schopjungsgeschichte. Gemeinverstandliche wissenschaftliche Vortrage iiber 
die Entwicklungslehre im Allgemeinen und diejenige von Darwin, Goethe und Lamarck im 
Besonderen, iiber die Anwendung derselben auf den Ursprung des Menschen und andere 
damit zusammenhangende Grundfragen der Naturwissenschaft. Berlin (Verlag von Georg 
Reimer) 1868. Oct. [Nat. Scho'pf.-Gesch.). 

Ed. r. 1868, front., p. [i]-xvi, [i]-240, 24ob-c, 241-568, />/. 1-8. Copies: G, M, Teyler. 

Ed. 2: 1870 (p. xxx; 3 Mai 1870), front., p. [i]-xxxii, [i]-688, />/. /-/j. Copy: G. - "Zweite, 

verbesserte und vermehrte Auflage". Berlin (id.). 
Ed. 3: 1872 (p. xliv: 18 Mar 1872; Bot. Zeit. 20 Sep 1872), front. ( = pi. /), [i]-xlvi, [i,h.t.], 

[i]-688,^/. 2-13. Copy: M. - Berlin (id.). 
Ed. 4: 1873 (P- ^liv- 24jun 1873), front., [i]-xlvi, [i, h.t.], [i]-688,/)/. /-/j. Copy: Kon. Bibl. 

(The Hague). -Berlin (id.). 
Ed. 5: 1874, P- [i]-xlvi, [i]-688, pi. 1-16. Copy: HBG. - "Fiinfte verbesserte Auflage ..." 

Berlin (id.). 
Ed. 6: n.v. 

Ed. 7: 1879, Berhn (id.) n.v. 

Ed. 8: 1889 (Bot. Zeit. i Nov 1889), Berlin (id.) n.v. 
Ed. g: 1898. Incomplete copy USDA. - Berlin (id.). Oct. 
Ed. 10: 1902 (p. xxi: 2 Apr 1902), portr., p. [ii]-lxxi, [Ixxiii], [i]-832, /?/. 1-30. Copies: B, M. - 

In two parts, division at 'ijol'^ji. Berhn (Georg Reimer). Oct. 

2234. Plankton-Studien. Vergleichende Untersuchungen iiber die Bedeutung und Zusam- 
mensetzung der pelagischen Fauna und Flora . . . Jena (Verlag von Gustav Fischer) 1890. 
Oct. [Plankton-Stud.) . 

Publ.: Dec 1890 (preface: 28 Nov 1890), p. [i]-viii, [i]-io5. Copy: FH. 

2235. Systematische Phylogenie der Protisten und Pjianzen. Erster Theil des Entwurfs einer syste- 
matischen Stammesgeschichte. Berlin (Verlag von Georg Reimer). 1894. Oct. [Syst. Phylog. 
Protist.Pfl.). 



HAECKEL I 

Pubi: Nov 1894 (viii: 18 Oct 1894; Bot. Zeit. 14 Dec 1894; "soeben" Bot. Zeit. i Dec 1894 |i 

(adv.); Flora rd. 15 Jul 1895), p. [ii]-xvi, [i]-400. Copies: G, MO, NY, USDA. - |^ 

Alternative title page: "Systematische Phylogenie . . . erster Theil." Volumes 2(1896) 1 
and 3(1895) deal with Invertebrata and Vertebrata respectively. 

/?e/.: Jelliffe, Bull. Torrey bot. Club 22(9) : 400-403. 30 Sep 1895. 

Busgen, Bot. Zeit. 53(2): 57-61. 16 Feb 1895 (rev.). 1) 

Haecker, Gottfried Renatus (1789- 1864), German botanist; from 1824 pharmacist |l 
("Provisor") at Lubeck. [Haecker). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. j; 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 100; BM 2: 761 ; CSP 3: 109; PR 3675 (ed. i: 

4019) ; Rehder 5: 357; Tucker i : 310. 

Boll, E., Fl. Meklenburg 156. i860. 

Brockmiiller, Bot. Zeit. 24: 387-388. 1866. 

Fischer-Benzon, R.v., in P. Prahl, Krit. Flora Schleswig-Holstein 2: 20-21. 1890. 

Meier, Arch. Ver. Freunde Naturgesch. Meklenburg 20: 50-54. 1866. 

eponymy: Haeckeria F.J. H. von Mueller (1853). 

2236. Liibeckische Flora. Lubeck (Friedr. Aschenfeldt) 1844. Oct. [Lubeck. FL). 

PmZi/. : Jan-Jul 1844 (rd. Regensburg Jul 1844), p. [i]-xx, [i]-376. Copies: B, G, MO, NY. - 
Addenda were published by Haecker in Arch. Ver. Fr. Naturgesch. Meklenburg 1 1 : 133- 
135. 1857. A second printing ("Abdruck"), identical with the 1844 issue, appeared in 
1856 (fideBM2: 761). 

Ref.: Anon. [Haecker], Flora 28: 107-108. 21 Feb 1845. 
Schlechtendal, D. F. L. v., Bot. Zeit. 3: 326. 9 Mai 1845. 

Hammerle, Juan Andres (1876- 1930), German botanist. [Hdmmerle). 

herbarium and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BM 2: 761 ; CSP 15: 564; Hirsch p. 109; Tucker i : 310. 
Anon., Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 48(10): 439. 1930 (1931). 

2237. Exkursionsflora fiir Amt Ritzebuttel, Land Wursten, Land Hadeln, Ostemarsch, Land 
Kehdingen, Dobrock, Helgoland. Cuxhaven und Helgoland (Aug. Rauschenplat) s.d. 
[191 1]. Oct. [Exkurs.-Fl. Ritzebuttel). 

Co-author: C. Oellerich (1876-?). 

PubL: Mai-Jun 191 1 (p. [3]: Apr 191 1; Nat. Nov.Jun (2) 191 1), p. [i]-86,/^. /-j. Copji:B.- 

Hammerle also published Bestimmungstabellenjur die im Amte Ritzebiittel wachsenden Dikotylen, 

Cuxhafen 1910. Oct., 29 p. (Nat. Nov. Nov(i) 1910). 

Haenke, Thaddaeus (Tadeas) Peregrinus Xaverius (1761-1816), Czech botanist and 
explorer on the Malaspina expedition. [Haenke). 

HERBARIUM and types: PR. - Reliquiae haenkeanae were distributed from Prague after 1816. 
Ref.: IH 2: 248; SK i: 209-210, 5: cclxxxiii, 8: xl. 

Lamson-Scribner, Rep. Missouri Bot. Card. 10: 35-59, pi- 54. 1899 (on H's grasses in 
Bernhardi herbarium, descr. by Presl). 

Miller, Taxon 19: 524. 1970. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY :ADB 10: 515-516 (incomplete); AG 5(1): 436: Backer p. 
250; Barnhart 2: io7;BM2: 761 ;Bossertp. 158; CSP 3: 1 1 1 ; DTS i: 100,6(4): 145; Dawson 
p. 121,379, 447; Dryander i '■ 248,3: 129, 164, 417; Frank 3 (Anh.) : 39; GRp. 669; Hortus3: 
1 194 ("Haenke") ; Jackson p. 1 16; Kanitz no. 86; Kew 2 : 547 ; Klastersky p. 86; Langmanp. 
344; Lasegue p. 218, 333, 347, 451, 505, 570; Maiwald p. 103-106, 278; NI (s.n.) see also 
1564; PR (s.n.); Rehder 5: 357; RS p. 62-63; SO 324; WU 7: 178; Urban-Berl. p. 352; 
Zander ed. 10, p. 660. 



Alden and Ifft, Occ. Pap. Calif. Acad. Sci. 20: 13. 1943. 
Alston, A. H. G., J. Bot. 72: 223-225. 1934 (botany Malaspina exp.). 

Anon., Flora 4: 45, 423-427. 1821 (notice ot death and note on coll.); Fl. males. Bull. 20: 
1238. 1965; Portraiten-Gallerie Aerzte Naturf. osterr. Kaiserth. 7. 1838 (portr.); Preslia 

49: 364- 1977- 

Ballivian, M. V. y P. Kramer, Tadeo Haenke, escritos. La Paz 1898, 38, 114 p. (n.v., fide 
Nat. Nov. Oct(2) 1898). 

Barneby, R. C, Garden J. 13(4): 139-140, 142, 182-183. 1963 (portr., 1 200 nos. of Reliquiae 
Haenkeanae received and identified by NY in 1934). 

Brewer, W. H., in G. Watson, Bot. Calif 2: 553. 1880. 

Eastwood, A. Calif hist. Soc. Quart. 18(4): 336. 1939. 

Galbraith, Calif hist. Quart. 3(3): 215-237. 1924. 

Gicklhorn, R., Lotos, Praha, 86: 49-57. 1938 (on H's travels in 1 793-1 795) ; SiidhofFs Arch. 
32(4-5) : 284-290. 1939 (on H's medical work in S. Amer.), 32(6) : 337-370. 1940 (on his 
role in the history of Chile saltpeter); Mitt. Geogr. Ges. Hamburg 47: 269-364. 1941 
(biogr.; evaluation as explorer) ;Beih. bot. Centralbl. 60A: 157-222. 1940 (extensive study 
on Haenke's botanical activities); Verh. zool.- bot. Ges. Wien 103/104: 213-222. 1965; 
Thaddaus Haenkes Reisen und Arbeiten in Siidamerika nach Dokumentarforschungen 
in Spanischen Archiven. Wiesbaden 1966, xv, 231 p.,j2pL, 3 maps (portr.; main study on 
Haenke's itin. and work in S. America) ; Anz. osterr. Akad. Wiss., math.-nat. Kl. 105: 85- 
94. 1969 (d. 4 Nov 1816, further proof); Glastechn. Ber. 44(9): 372-377. 197 1 (n.v.); 
Phvton 14: 295-308. 1972 (new documents on travels). 

Haenke, T. P., Descripcion del Regno de Chile. Introduccion de Augustin Edwards. 
Santiago, Chile 1942, 280 p. (see also Looser, Rev. Chil. Hist. Geogr. 104: 167-191. 1944). 

Hemsley, W. B., Biol, centr.-amer. 4: 119. 1887. 

Henckel, Revista Univ. (Santiago) 42(2): 131-139. 1957. 

Herzog, T., Pflanzenw. Boliv. Anden i. 1923 (Veg. Erde 15). 

Hughes, K. W., Bibl. Oregon Bot. 5. 1940. 

Hulten, E., Bot. Not. 1940: 297 (landing in Alaska). 

Jepson, W. L., Erythea 7: 129-134. 1899. 

Kettner, Vesmir, Praha 40: 372-374. 1961 (n.v.) 

Khol, Fr., Tadeas Haenke, jeho zivot, dilo a hsty ze zamofsky krajin. Praha 191 1, 92 p. 

Klastersky, L, Ziva, Praha 47: 164-166, 1961 {n.v.) 

Kijhnel, J., Thaddaeus Haenke, Leben und Wirken eines Forschers. Miinchen i960, 277 p., 
3 maps (portr., itin.; the main modern biography based on much original material). 

MacKelvey, S. D., Expl. Trans. Miss. West. 15-25. 1955 (botany of Malaspina exp.) 

Neilreich, A., Verh. zool. bot. Ver. Wien 5; 33. 1855. 

Pax, F., Schlesiens Pflanzenwelt 1 1. 1915. 

Piper, C, Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 11: 11. 1906. 

Presl, C. B., Reliquiae haenkeanae i : vi-xv. 1825. 

Radt, J. Agric. trop. Bot. appl. 1 1 : 480-483. 1964. 

Reiche, K., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Chile 6. 1907 (Veg. Erde 8). 

Reveal and Hafen, in Hafen et al., Western America, ed. 3. 380. 1970. 

Reveal, J., in Cronquist, A. et al., Intermountain flora i : 41. 1972. 

Rico, Haenkeana i: 2. 1973 (portr.). 

Safford, Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 9: 25-28. 1905. 

Schadewaldt, Medizinische Welt (Stuttgart) 15: 883-893. 1964. 

Schmid, G., Chamisso als Naturforscher 168. 1942. 

Stafleu, F. A., in Daniels and Stafleu, Taxon 21(3); 318. 1972 (portr.) 

Stearn, W. T., J. Soc. Bibl. nat. Hist, i: 153-154. 1936 (botany Malaspina exp.) 

Steele, A. R., Flowers for the King 97, 284. 1961. 

Thomas, J. H., Contr. Dudley Herb. 5(6): 155. 1961 (first botanist to collect in the Santa 
Cruz Mts.) 

Turrill, W. B., Bull. Misc. Inf Kew 1920: 58. 

Weberbauer, A., Pflanzenw. peruan. Anden 4-5. 191 1 (Veg. Erde 12). 

Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2) : 154. 1903. 

Z., Diet. Sci. Med. 5: 15. 1822. 

COMPOSITE woRKs:(i) Botanuche Beobachtungen im Riesengebirge, m Jirasek, Beobachtungen. 
Dresden 1791 (ante Sep) p. 31-159. See Jirasek. (TL2/3354). 



(2) Observations botanicae in Bohemia, Austria, Styria, Carinthia, Tyroli, Hungariae factae, in 
Jacquin, Collectanea Austriaca 2(1), 1788. (TL2/3253). 

(3) Reliquiae haenkeanae, see C.B. Presl. 

(4) On the southern affluents of the River Amazonas. J. Geol. Soc. 5 : 90-98. 1 835 (translation 
from a 1 799 mss) . 

note: The "Descripcion del Reynode Chile," published 1942, with authorship attributed to 
Haenke by the editor and author of an introduction Augustin Edwards, (Editorial Nasci- 
mento, Santiago, Chile, 280 p.), was not written by Haenke. See Gualterio Looser, La 
descripcion del Reyno de Chile atribuida a Tadeo Haenke, Santiago de Chile (Imprenta 
Universitaria) 1944. (Rev. Chil. Hist. Geogr. 104: 167-189. 1944, withpostscriptum by E. P. 
Salas). 

handwriting: see Kiihnel, Thaddeus Haenke, i960, opp. p. 240; Gicklhorn, Thaddaus 
Haenkes Reisen und Arbeiten in Siidamerika 1966,/*/. 2^,22. 

eponymy: Haenkea F. W. Schmidt (1793); Haenkea Ruiz & Pavon (1794); Haenkea R. A. 
Salisbury (1796); Haenkea Ruiz & Pavon (1802). 

2238. Caroli a Linne . . . Genera plantarum eorumque characteres naturales secundum 
numerum, figuram, situm et proportionem omnium fructificationis partium. Juxta Thun- 
bergii emendationes digesta. Editio octava. Praecedente longe auctior curante Thaddaeo 
Haenke . . . Vindobonae [Wien] (ex officina Wappleriana) 1791, 2 vols. Oct. {Gen. PL). 

Vol. i: Mai (?) 1791, p. [i]-xxiv, [i]-438. 

Vol. 2: Mai (?) 1791, p. [439]-8i i, [i, err.]. 

Copies: MO, NY. - Based heavily on Schreber's edition of the Gen. pi. (1789). 

Hanlein, Friedrich Hermann (1851-?), German botanist and microbiologist; born at 
Reinsdorf nr. Waldheim; studied at Leipzig under Luerssen. [Hanlein). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: CSP 15: 564; Jackson p. 91; Rehder 5: 357. 

composite wortcs: Editor of Bibliotheca botanica Hefte i-xxviii, 1886- 1894. 

2239. Beitrage zur Entwicklungsgeschichte der Compositenbluthe . Inaugural-Dissertation zur Er- 
langung der philosophischen Doctorwuerde an der Universitaet Leipzig von Friedrich 
Hermann Haenlein. Naumburg a/S. (Druck von G. Paetz) 1874. {Beitr. Entw.-Gesch. 
Compos. -BL). 

Publ.: i874(Bot. Zeit. 25 Dec 1874), p. [i]-37, [i, vita],/)/. 5-/0. Copy: MO. -Reprinted from 
A. Schenck und C. Luerssen, Mitt. Gesamtgeb. Bot. 2: 144-179,/)/. 9-10. 1874. (see also 
Just, Bot. Jahresber. 2: 476. 1874 (1875)). 

Ref.: G.K., Bot. Zeit. 33: 1 1-12. (Jan 1875 (rev.)). 

Harle, Albert (1905-x), German botanist. {Hdrle). 
herbarium and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Kcw p. 547. 

Verdoorn, F., Chron. bot. 2: 386. 1936, 3: 124, 356. 1937. 

2240. Die Arten und Formen der Veronica-Sektion Pseudolysimachia Koch auf Grund systemati- 
scher und experimenteller Untersuchungen von Albert Harle Tubingen mit 7 Abbildungen 
im Text, 2 Karten und 26 Tafeln. Stuttgart (E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung) 
1932. Qu. [Veronica-Sekt. Pseudolysimachia) . 

Publ.:Sep 1932 (Nat. Nov. Sep 1932), p. [ii]-vi, [i]-86, maps 1-2, pi. A-M, [1-2, err.], pi. i-xiv. 

Copy: G. - Bibliotheca botanica Heft 104. 
Ref.: Turrill, W. B., J. Bot. 71 : 77-78. Mai 1933. 



HAGELSTEIN 

Hayren, Ernst Fredrik (1878-1957), Finnish botanist, associate professor of botany at 
Helsinki University. [Hayr.). 

HERBARIUM and types: H; other material at TURA, UPS, W. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 108; BJI 2: 65; BL 2: 59, 71, 84, 92, 94, 663, 664; 

CSP 15: 564; GR p. 608,/^/. [^0], cat. p. 64; Hirsch p. 1 10; Kew 2 : 547; Kleppa p. 106; KR p. 

312-313; LS 11572-11574, 33974-33974a, suppl. 10502-10511 ; Saelan p. 189; SBC p. 122 

("Hayr."). 

Collander, R., Hist. bot. Finland 155 [index]. 1965; Collander et al., Acta Soc. Fauna Fl. 

fenn. 81: 182-190. 1973. 
Hustich, I., Luonnon Tutkija 61 : 151-152. 1957 (portr.). 
Luther, Soc. Sci. fenn. Arsbok [ Vuosikirja 380(3): 1-12. i960 (portr.); Friesia 7: 374-375. 

1961. 
Segerstrale, Mem. Soc. Fauna Fl. fenn. 34: 147-151. 1959 (portr.). 
Wood, R. D., Monogr. Charac. i: 814. 1965. 

2241. Bjorneborgstraktens Vegetation och Kdrlvaxtflora. Anttckningar . . . Helsingfors 1909. Oct. 
{Bjorneborgstr. Veg.). 

PubL: Jan-] ul 1909 (Nat. Nov. Aug(i) 1909), p. [i]-266, [265, abbr.; 266 caption], map. 
Copies: H, MO, NY. - Acta Soc. Fauna Fl. fenn. 32(1). 

2242. Liber die Landvegetation und Flora der Meeresfelsen von Tvdrminne. Ein Beitrag zur Erfor- 
schung der Bedeutung des Meeres fiir die Landpflanzen von Ernst Hayren. Mit 15 Tafeln 
und einer Karte. Helsingfors 1914. Oct. {Landveg. Fl. Tvdrminne) . 

Pm^/. : shortly before 23 Mai 1914, p. [i]-vi, [i]-i93, 3 charts, i xnaTp, pi. i-i§.Copies:Y{,\]S.- 

Acta Soc. Fauna Fl. fenn. 39(1). - Also diss. Univ. Helsinki. (Information T. Ahti). 
Ref.: Luther, H., Acta bot. fenn. 62: i-ioo. 1961 (new inventory). 

Hagelstein, Robert (1870- 1945), American business-man; algologist and mycologist at 
New York; later at Mineola N.Y.; ultimately honorary curator of myxomycetes at NY 
(1931-1945)- (Hagelst.). 

herbarium and types: NY ( 1 7.000 diatom slides and 4800 myxomycetes; includes the David 

B. Ward collection). 

Re/.: Seaver, Mycologia 30(4): 475. 1938. 

Anon., J. New York Bot. Gard. 41 : 278. 1940. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Ainsworth p. 234, 331 ; Barnhart 2: 109 (orig. info.); Kew 2: 
548; Lenleyp. 191 ; LS suppl. 105 15- 105 18; NAF 1(1) : 160; Stevenson p. 1244 ("Hagels."). 
Burke, Mycologia 38(2): 115-119. 1946 (portr., bibl.). 
Hesler, L. R., Biogr. sketches North Amer. mycol. 1975, mss. 
Murrill, W. A., Hist, found. Bot. Florida 26. 1945. 
Rogerson, C. T., Mycologia index vols. 1-58, p. 910. 1968. 

2243. Botany of Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands . . . Revison of the Myxomycetes. New York 
Academy of Sciences. Scientific Survey of Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands, vol. 8, part 2. 
New York (New York Academy of Sciences) 1932. Oct. {Bot. Porto Rico, Myxomyc). 
Publ.: 22 Nov 1932 (MO copy rd. 7 Dec 1932); occupies p. 241-248 of vol. 8. 

Ref.: Hagelstein, R., Mycologia 19: 35-37. Jan-Feb 1947. 

2244. New York Academy of Sciences. Scientific survey of Porto Rico and the Virgin 

Islands vol. 8,. part 3. Botany of Porto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Diatomaceae . . . New York 

(Published by the Academy) 1939. Oct. {Bot. Porto Rico, Diatom.). 

Publ.: 19 Jan 1939 (t.p.; MO rd. 3 Feb 1939); p. [31 1]-450, />/. j-p of vol. 8 as indicated. 

Copies: MO, NY. 
Ref: Burke, Torreya 39(3): 77-79. isJun 1939. 

2245. The mycetozoa of North America based upon the specimens in the herbarium of the New 
York Botanical Garden . . . Mineola, New York (author) 1944. Oct. {Mycetozoa N. Amer.). 



HAGELSTEIN 

Publ.: 1944 (p. 2: 27 Apr 1944), p. [i-vii], [i]-3o6,j&/. 1-16. Copies: MICH, MO, NY, U, US, 
USDA. 

Hagen, Ingebrigt Severin (1852-1917), Norwegian physician and bryologist; from 1899 
at Opdal (Dovrefjeld); from 1906 at Trondhjem. (/. Hagen). 

HERBARIUM and types: TRH (50.000); other material at BP, L, NT, O, TROM. Musci 
norvegici (1885-1903), sets at B, BR, C, H, L, O, PC, TROM. - Library also at TRH. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 109; BM 2: 763, 6: 423; Bossert p. 158; CSP 14: 

331, 15: 569, 16: 2o8;DTS5:xliv; IH 2: 248; Kew2: 549;Kleppap. 323;KRp. 253; Lenley 

p. 191; MW p. 149; SBC p. 121 ('T. Hag."). 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1917: 206; Rev. bryol. 34(2): 40. 1907. 

Arnell, H. W., Sv. bot. Tidskr. 12(1): 142-143. 1918; Rev. bryol. 47: 74-75. 1920 (bibl.). 

Degen, A., Magy bot. Lap 17: 116. 19 18. 

Holmboe,J., Norsk biogr. leks. 5: 220-221. 1931. 

Le Roy Andrews, Bryologist 23(5) : 79-80. 1920. 

Sayre, Bryologist 80: 509. 1978. 

Wille, Naturen 41: 353-357. 191 7 (portr.) (reprint p. 1-5); K. Norske Vid. Selsk. Skr. 

1917(1): 1-13. 1918 (portr., bibl.), also as reprint. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): iBq, pi ij. 1903. 

eponymy: Hageniella V.F. Brotherus (1910). 

2246. lagttagelser over mosernes udbredelse i den sydvestlige del af Smalenenes amt. Trondhjem 
(Aktie trykkeriet) 1896. Oct. {lagttag. moser. udbr.). 

Co-author: Elling Ryan (1849-1905). 

Publ.: 1896 (t. p. journal fasc; Nat. Nov. Oct(2) 1897; Rev. bryol. Nov 1896), cover, p. [i]- 
168. Copies: FH, Steere. ~ K. Norske Vid. Selsk. Skr. 1896(1). 

2247. Schedulae bryologicae . . . Nidarosiae [Trondhjem] (typis sociorum) 1897. Oct. {Sched. 
bryol. ) . 

Publ.: Oct-Dec 1897 (t.p.journalfasc. ; p. 30: printed 30 Sep 1897; Nat. Nov. Oct (2) 1898), 
p. [i]-30, /?/. 1-2. Copy: Steere. - K. Norske Vidensk. Selsk. Skr. 1897(2). 

2248. Norges bryologi i det i8de Arhundrede. Trondhjem (Trykt i Aktietrykkeriet) 1897. 
Oct. {Norg. bryol.). 

Publ.: late 1897 (ready for printing 22 Sep 1897; Nat. Nov. Apr(2) 1898), p. [ij-igs,/*/- //• 
Copies: G, NY, U. - K. Norske Vid. Selsk. Skr. 1897(3). 

2249. Musci Norvegiae borealis. Bericht uber die im nordlichen Norwegen hauptsachlich von 
den Herren Arnell, Fridtz, Kaalaas, Kaurin, Ryan und dem Herausgeber in den Jahren 
1 886- 1 897 gesammelten Laubmoose. [imprint on cover: Tromso (Aktietrykkeriet i 
Trondjhem) 1899- 1904]. Oct. {Muse. Norveg. bor.). 

Publ.: 1899-1904, consolidated reprint publ. in three parts, p. [i*-v*], [i]-xxiii, [xxiv, 
abbr.], [i]-382, pi. 1-2, uncol. hths. (p. xxiii: Nov 1904). Copies: G, NY, USDA. - 
Reprinted from Tromso Museums Aarshefter 21 & 22 (for 1898- 1899), Tromso 1899- 
1904. The signatures carry the dates of printing: sign, i: i Feb 1899, sign. 23: 12 Dec 1904. 

Heft i: [i], [i]-ii2. 1899 (Nat. Nov. Aug(i). 1900); 

Heft 2: [i], 1 13-240. Jan 1902 (Nat. Nov. Oct(i). 1902; Bot. Not. Feb 1902; Bryologist rd. 

24 Feb 1902); 
Heft 3: [i*-iii*], [i]-xxiii, 241-382,/)/. 1-2. 1904 publ. Feb 1905 (Nat. Nov. Mar(2). 1905; 

see also Bryologist 8: 54. 1905). 

ReJ.: Arnell, H. W., Bot. Not. 1900: 137-139, 1902: 92-93. 
Holzinger, Bryologist 5(3) : 44-45. 1902, 8(3) : 54-55. 1905. 

2250. Ein Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Brya Deutschlands . . . Trondhjem (Aktie trykkeriet) 1904. 
Oct. {Beitr. Brya Deutschi). 



Publ.: Aug-Nov 1904 (p. 17: printed 13 Jul 1904; cover and t. p. journal fasc. 1904; Nat. Nov. 
Jan(i) 1895), p. [i]-i7. Copy: Steere. - K. Norske Vid. Selsk. Skr. 1904(1) (Nat. Nov. 
Nov(2) 1905). 

2251. Fra E. Ryans Mosherbarium . . . Trondhjem (Aktie trykkeriet) 1907. Qu. {Ryans 
M OS herb.). 

Collector: Elling Ryan (1849- 1905). 

Publ.: 1907, p. [i]-36. Copy: FH. - K. Norske Vid. Selsk. Skr. 1907(1). 

2252. Forarbejder til en norsk Immosflora. I-XX. Trondhjem (Aktietrykkeriet: Trondhjem) 
1908-1915. Oct. (Forarb. norsk lovmosfl.). 

/: Jan-Jul 1908 (Nat. Nov. Aug(i) 1908; Bryologist rev. Sep 1909), p. [i]-ioo. Copy: G. -K. 

Norske Vid. Selsk. Skr. 1907(13). 
II-VIII: late 1908 or early 1909 (Bryologist rd. Jun 1909), p. [i]-i22. Copy: G. - lb. 1908(9). 
IX-XII: late 1909 or early 1910 (Nat. Nov. Jul(2) 1910), p. [i]-i 14. Copy: G. - lb. 1909(5), 

(Nat. Nov. Aug(i) 1910). 
XIII-XVIII: 1910 (Bryologist 14 Jan 191 1), p. [i]-io8. Copy: G. - lb. 1910(1). 
XIX: 10 Oct 1914 (see p. 77), p. [i]-77. Copies: G, NY. - lb. 1913(1). 
XX: 1 3 Oct 1 91 5 (seep. 192; Bryologist rev. dated 14 Nov 191 5), p. [i]-ig2. Copies: G, NY. - 

lb. 1914(1). 

2253. Mousses nouvelles . . . Trondhjem (Aktietrykkeriet) 1908. Oct. {Mousses nouv.). 
Publ. :]u\-Dec 1908 (printed 7 Jul 1908, seep. 44), p. [i]-44,/>/. 1-2. Copies: Steere (2).-K. 

Norske Vid. Selsk. Skr. 1908(3), (Nat. Nov. Aug(2) 1909). 

2254. Remarques sur la nomenclature des mousses . . . Trondhjem (Aktietrykkeriet) 1910. Oct. 
[Rem. nomencl. mousses). 

Publ.: 1910 (t. p. journal fasc), p. [i]-i6. Copy: Steere. -K. Norske Vid. Selsk. Skr. 1910(3). 

Hagen, Johann Heinrich (1738- 1775), German pharmacist and botanist at Konigsbergi. 

Vv.{J.Hagen). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Bamhart 2 : 1 09 ; PR 3680 (ed. i : 4030-403 1 ) ; Ratzeburg p. 

219; Rehder 3: 350. 

J., Diet. Sci. med. 5: 17-18. 1822. 

2255. Physikalisch-botanische Betrachtungen uber die Weidenrosen und die in Preussen be- 
findliche 16. nutzbare Weidenarten, angestellt von Johan Heinrich Hagen, Konigl. privil. 
Medicin-Apothecker im KneiphofF. Konigsberg (Gedruckt in der Konigl. Hof- und Aca- 
dem. Hartungschen Buchdruckerey) 1769. Qu. [Betracht. Weidenrosen). 

Publ.: 1769, p. [i]-20. Copy: M. 

Hagen, Karl [Carl] Gottfried (1749- 1829), German botanist and pharmacist at Konigs- 
berg in eastern Prussia. (A. 6'. Hagen). 

HERBARIUM and types: Some material collected by Hagen in the Berlin botanical garden is 
present in the Thunberg herbarium (UPS). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: ADB 10: 340; AG 5(2): 258; Barnhart 2: 109; BM 2: 762; 

CSP3: I i5;Dav^^sonp. 275, 337;Dryander 2: 369, 3: 125, 288,328, 342, 511,4: 226;GRcat. 

p. 64 ("Hagen"); Jackson p. 180, 309; Kew 2: 549; Krempelh. 2: 42-43; LS 10680; NI p. 

198, 213, 308; PR 3681-3689 (ed. 1 : 4032-4038) ; Ratzeburg p. 219; Rehder 5: 357; SBC p. 

121 ("Hag.") ; Tucker 1 : 310. 

Anon., Flora 12: 187-188. 1829; Bot. Zeit. 1 1 : 143. 1853. 

Torek, C. G., Preuss. Bot. 4, 5. 1849. 

Miiller , R. H. W. und R. Zaunick, Friedr. Traugott Kiitzing 282. i960. 

Zuchold, E. A., Jahresb. nat. Ver. Halle 5: 19. 1853. 



HAGEN 

eponymy: HageniaJ.F. Gmelin (1791) ; Hagenia Moench (1794) ; Hagenia Eschweiler (1824). 

2256. Carbli Godofredi Hagen . . . Tentamen histonae lichenum et praesertim prussicorum . . . 
Regiomonti [Konigsberg i. Pr.] (Sumtu G.L. Hartung, bibliopolae) 1782. Oct. [Tent. hist, 
lick.). 

Pubi: 1782 (NZgS 6 Jan 1783), p. [i*], [i]-cxlii, /?/. 1-2, hand-coloured copper engr. Copies: 
FH, G, M, MICH, NY, Stevenson; IDC 1078. 

2257. Dissertatio botanica inauguralis agens de Ranunculis prussicis. Quam in regia academia 
regiomontana pro loco extraordinario in amplissima facultate medica rite sibi vindicando 
placido eruditorum submittit examini Carolus Godofr. Hagen . . . respondente Nestore 
Kwiatkowsky, Russo ... In auditorio maximo anno mdccclxxxiii d. xxvii. Octobr. horis 
ante et pomeridianis. Regiomonti [Konigsberg i. Pr.] (Typis sacr. reg. maiest. et univers. 
typogr. G. L. Hartungii) s.d. [1783], Qu. [Ranunc. pruss.). 

Thesis ed.: 27 Oct 1783, p. [i], [i]-4i. Copy: M. 

Commercial ed.: Commentatio botanica de Ranunculis prussicis . . . Regiomonti (impensis G. L. 

Hartung) 1784. Qu., p. [i], [i]-4i. Copy: G. 
Reprint: in Ludwig, C. F., Del. opusc. i : 433-490. 1790. 

2258. Preussens PJianzen . . . Konigsberg (bey FriedrichNicolovius) 1818, 2 vols. Oct. [Preuss. 
Pfl.). 

i: 1818, front., p. [i]-xii, [i]-436; 2: 1818, front., p. [i], [i]-438. - Copies: B, G. 

2259. Chloris borussica . . . Regiomonti [Konigsberg i. Pr.] (in Academica Libraria) 18 19. 
Oct. [Chlor. boruss.). 

Publ: 1819 (p. iv: 17 Nov 1818), p. [i*], [i]-iv, [i]-446, [1-2, err.]. Copies: B, G, NY. 
Ref.: Anon., Jahrb., Gewachsk. 1(3): 183-184. Aug 1820. 

Hagena, Karl (1806- 1882), German botanist; studied theology at Rinteln; high school 
teacher at Oldenburg 1829- 1879. [Hagena). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Bamhart 2: io9;BM2:763;CSP3: 115,7: 886, 10: no, 15: 
570; Rehder i : 386. 
Anon., Bot. Zeit. 41 : 16. 1883. 

Focke, W. O., Abh. naturw. Ver. Bremen 9( i ) : 79-80. 1884 (bibl.) (refers to a more extensive 
necrology by Stein, in Osterprogramm Gymnasium Oldenburg 1883, n.v.). 

COMPOSITE works: Bentfeld, G. und K. Hagena, Verzeichniss der im Herzogthum Oldenburg, 
vorziigUch in der Umgegend der Stadt Oldenburg wachsenden Hymenomyceten, Abh. naturw. 
Ver. Bremen 5: 290-333. 1877 (before 13 Jul). 

2260. Trentepohls Oldenburgische Flora zum Gebrauch fiir Schulen und beim Selbstunter- 
richt bearbeitet von Karl Hagena. Oldenburg (Druck und Verlag der Schulzeschen Buch- 
handlung (W. Berndt)) 1839. Oct. [Oldenburg. FL). 

Original author of mss: johann Friedrich Trentepohl (1748- 1806). 
Publ.: 1839 (p. xi: Sep 1838), p. [i]-xxviii, [i]-298. Copy: G. 

2261. Phanerogamen-Flora des Herzogthums Oldenburg auf Grundlage von Trentepohl's Flora. 
[Bremen 1869]. [Phan.-Fl. Oldenburg). 

Original author: ]o\\?inn Friedrich Trentepohl (i 748-1806). 

Publ.: Jul-Aug 1869 (Flora 20 Aug 1869; Bot. Zeit. 10 Sep 1869). Published as Abh. 
naturwiss. Ver. Bremen 2: 83-129. 1871 ; reprint with independent pagination not seen. 
Ref.: Hagena, K., Bot. Zeit. 21: 385-387. 1863. 

Hagenbach, Carl [Karl] Friedrich (i 771- 1849), Swiss botanist; from 1795 practicing 
physician at Basel; from 1802- 1820 professor of anatomy and botany at Basel University. 

[Hagenb.). 



HAGERUP 

HERBARIUM and types: BAS (8000 taxa). 

Ref.: Anon., Bot. Zeit. 9: 780. 1851, Flora 33: 94. 1850. 

Binz, A., Verh. naturf. Ges. Basel 19(3): 150-151. 1908. 

Burckhardt, Verh. naturf. Ges. Basel 18(1): 114. 1907. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : AG 6 ( I ) I 656 ; Barnhart 2 : 109; BM 2 : 763 ; CSP 3 : 115; Kew 

2: 549; Jackson p. 344; PR 3691 (ed. i : 4039) ; Rehder i : 433; Tucker i : 310. 

Anon., Bot. Zeit. 8: 96. 1850; Flora 32: 732-734. 1849. 

Becherer, A., Bauhinia 6(1): 49-51. 1977. 

Binz, A., Verh. naturf. Ges. Basel 13(2): 366-368. 1901. 

Kirschleger, F., Fl. Alsace 2: Ixxxi. 1857. 

Meisner, C. F., Ber. Verh. naturf ges. Basel 9: 57-59. 1851; Bot. Zeit. 9: 779-780. 1851. 

Pritzel, G., Linnaea 19: 454. 1847. 

Senn, Verh. naturf Ges. Basel 54: 304-326. 1943. 

COMPOSITE works: Hagenbach was the author of the Neue Folge of J. D. Labram, Sammlung 
von Schweizer Pflanzen 1836- 1846, see Senn (1943). 

eponymy: Hagenbachia C. G. D. Nees & C. F. P. Martins (1823). 

2262. Tentamen florae basileensis exhibens plantas phanerogamas sponte nascentes secundum 
systema sexuale digestas adjectis Caspari Bauhini synonymis ope horti ejus sicci comprobatis 
. . . Basileae [Basel] (Typis J. Georgii Neukirch) 1821-1834, 2 vols. Duod. (vol. i in sixes). 
[Tent.fl. basil.). 

Vol. i: 1 82 1 (Nees had rd. the first sheets by 14 Apr i82i),portr. C. Bauhin, ii-ont.,p. [i]-xviii, 

[i]-450, [1-2, err.], 2 handcol. copp. engr. 
Vol. 2: 1834 (Hinrichs 24-30 Aug), p. [i]-viii, [i]-537. Copies: BR, G, L, NY, USDA. 
Florae basiliensis supplementum . . . Basel (Typis J. Georgii Neukirch) 1843. Duod. (rd. 

RegenburgOct 1843; rev.Bot. Zeit. 29 Dec 1843), front., p. [i-iii], [i]-220. Copies: G, NY, 

USDA. 
Nachtrag: in: Bericht Verhandlungen Naturforschenden Gesellschaft Basel 7: 1 14-126. 1847. 

Hagenbach's work contains a key to Casper Bauhin's (q.v.) names. The Werner de Lachenal 
(1736-1800) and Johann Jakob Hagenbach (1595-1649) herbaria used by C. F. Hagenbach 
for his Tentamen are also at BAS. 
Ref.: Nees, C. G., Flora 4: 209-219. 14 Apr, 618-620, 21 Oct 1821. 

Hagenbach, C. F., Verh. Schweiz. naturf Ges. 1838: 222-239 (on a critical summary of 
the supplement). 

Hagerup, Olaf (i 889-1 961), Danish botanist; educated at Copenhagen University under 
Warming; Dr. phil. Copenhagen 1930; travelled to Greenland (1924) and Niger (1927); 
from 1 92 7- 1 935 lecturer at a pharmaceutical college; from 1935 curator at the Copenhagen 
Botanical Museum. {Hagerup). 

HERBARIUM and types: C. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Backer p. 251 ; Barnhart 2: 100; BFM 1433; BJI 2: 66; BL i 
38, 299, 2: 46, 664; Bossert p. 158; Hortus 3: 1 194 ("Hagerup"); Hirsch p. 1 10; IH 2: 248 
Kew 2 : 550-55 1 ; Langman p. 344 ; Lenley p. 191; Moebius p. 1 40, 1 45 ; Roon p. 47 ; SK i 
211-212, 5: cclxxxiii, 8: xl; Zander ed. 10, p. 666. 
Anon., Rev. bryol. lichen. '30: 286. 1961. 

Christensen, C, Danske bot. litt. 1912-1939, i : 180-181. 1940 (bibl., portr.). 
Correll, D. S., Taxon 1 1 : 25-26. 1962. 
Hansen, A., Dansk bot. Ark. 21 : 63, 133-135. 1963. 
Love, A., Nature 193: 322. 1962. 

Petersen, J. B., Bot. Tidsskr. 57(1): 67-68. 1961 (portr.). 
Shamurin, V. F., Bot. Zhurn. 47(6): 896. 1962. 

Skovsted, Aa., Taxon 10(7) : 127,201-205. 1961 (portr., bibl.) ; Naturh. Tid. 25: 69-70. 1962 
(portr.). 

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HAGERUP 

Willis, J. H., Taxon ii: 177-178. 1962. 

Wulff, E. v., Intr. hist. pi. geogr. Waltham 1943, p. 72, 92. 

2263. Vergleichende morphologische und systematische Studien iiber die Ranken und andre vegetative 
Organe der Cucurbitaceen und Passifloraceen . . . Kobenhavn (H. Hagerups Boghandel 
. . .) 1930. Oct. {Vergl. Stud. Ranken). 

PubL: 1930, p. [i]-i03, [104, cont.]. Copy: U. - Dansk hot. Ark. 6(8), 1930. 

Hahn, Gotthold [fl. 1875- 191 0) German cryptogamist at Gera. [G. Hahn). 

HERBARIUM and types: L (lichens) ; other collections at JE, L, WA, WRSL. Exsiccatae: 

(i) Flechten-Herbanum mit Beschreibung, Gera (Kanitz) 1884, nos. 1-70, 16 p. text, publ. Apr- 
Jun 1884. No sets known (Nat. Nov. Apr 1884). 

(2) Moos-Herbarium. I. Muscifrondosi, II. Muscihepaticae. Nos. 1-90. Gera (Kanitz) 1882 (Nat. 
Nov. Mai 1882, Bot. Zeit. 30 Jun 1882). 

(3) Deutschlands verbreiteste wildwachsende Grdser (100 nos., 15 p. text) 1883. 

Ref.: Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(1): 128. 1969, 19(2): 210. 1971. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 1 10; BM 2: 764; Bossert p. 158; GR p. 85; LS 

3398oa-33984. 

Christiansen, W. & W., Bot. Schrifttum Schlesw. -Hoist. 315 (index). 1936. 

2264. Der Pilz-Sammler oder Anleitung zur Kenntnis der wichtigsten Pilze Deutschlands und 
der angrenzenden Lander. Mit 1 35 nach der Natur gemalten Pilzarten. Zum Gebrauche fiir 
Jedermann bearbeitet von Gotthold Hahn. Gera (Verlag der Kanitz'schen Buchhandlung 
[R. Kinderman]) 1883. Oct. (Pilz-SammL). 

Ed. i: Jun [-Jul] 1883 (p. iv: Jun 1883, Hedwigiajun 1883; Bot. Zeit. 27JUI 1883; Nat. Nov. 
Sep 1883), p. [i]-xi, [i]-87,j&/. I-2J (chromolithographs). Copy. MICH. 

Ed. 2: 1890 (pref. i Apr 1890, in loparts, see below), p. [i]-xvi, [i]-204,/)/. i-^s (chromohths. 
by W. Miiller), errata sUp. Copies: M, MICH, NY, Stevenson. - " . . . Mit 172 nach der 
Natur gemalten Pilzarten auf 32 Tafeln in Farbendruck. Zum . . . Zweite vollig umgear- 
beitete und vervollstandigte Auflage." Gera (Herm. Kanitz' Verlag). 



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£</. j: Jul-Aug 1903, p. [i]-xxiii, [i]-2ii,/)/. 1-32 (p. vi: Jan 1903; Bot. Zeit. 16 Aug 1903; 
Nat. Nov. Sep(i) 1903). Copies: MO, Stevenson. - ". . . Mit 176 . . . Dritte verbesserte 
und vermehrte Auflage. Gera (Herm. Kanitz' Verlag) 1903. Oct. 

2265. Die Lebermoose Deutschlands. Ein Vademecum fur Botaniker. . . Gera (Verlag der 
Kanitzschen Buchhandlung (R. Kindermann)). 1885. Oct. [Leberm. Deutschl.). 

Ed. /: Sep-Oct 1885 (p. iv:Jul 1885; Nat. Nov. Nov 1885; Flora Nov 1885; Bot. Zeit. 25 Dec 
1885), p. [i]-xiii, [xiv], [ij-go,/)/. 1-12, handcoloured hths., errata slip. Copies: FH, G, M, 
NY. 

Ed. 2: 1894 (Hedwigia25 0ct 1894), p. [i]-xiii, [xiv], [i]-90,/)/. i-i 2, id., errata slip. Copies: B, 
BR, FH, G, M. - Gera (Herm. Kanitz' Verlag) Oct. 

Ref.: Stephani, F., Hedwigia 25(1) : 28-31. Jan-Feb 1886. 
Prantl, H. A. E., Bot. Zeit. 44: 559-560. 13 Aug 1886. 

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Hahn, Otto (1828-1904), German lawyer and mineralogist at Reutlingen. (0. Hahn). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BM 2: 765; CSP 10: 1 1 1 ; Quenstedt p. 183. 

2266. Die Urzelle nebst dem Beweis dass Granit, Gneiss, Serpentin, Talk, Gewisse Sand- 
steine, auch Basalt, endlich Meteorstein und Meteoreisen aus Pflanzen bestehen: die 
Entwicklungslehre durch Thatsachen neu begriindet von Dr. Otto Hahn. Mit 30 litho- 
graphirten Tafeln. Tiibingen (Verlag der H. Laupp'schen Buchhandlung) 1879. Oct. 
( Urzelle) . 

Publ.: Sep 1879 (p. vii: Aug 1879; Bot. Zeit. adv. 5 Sep 1879), p. [i]-vii, [i]-7i,/?/. /-50, uncol. 
liths. Copy: G. 

Haillant, Nicolas (/?. 1886), French botanist. [HailL). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : BL 2 : 212, 664 ; Kew 2 : 551; Rehder i : 74, 4 1 7 ; Tucker i : 
310. 

2267. Flore populaire des Vosges . . . Paris (Societe nationale et centrale d'horticulture de 
France. . .) Epinal (chez I'auteur, . . .) [1886]. Oct. {Fl. pop. Vosges). 

Pm^/.: Jan-Apr 1886 (Nat. Nov. Mai 1886), p. [i, iii], [i]-220. Copy. NY. - Supplement to J. 
Soc. Hort. natl. France ser. 3, vol. 7/8. 1885/6. 

Haines, Henry Haselfoot (1867- 1945), British forester in India; Indian Forest Service 
(1888), Imperial forest botanist (1906); at Imperial Forest College 1907; Conservator of 
forests (1909- 1 9 19). {Haines). 

HERBARIUM and TYPES : K (4650) ; other material at A, ABD, NY, WRSL. - Did not collect in 
Pakistan, but mainly around Bihar and Orissa (India). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: iii; Desmond p. 278; Hortus 3: 1194 ("H. 
Haines"); IH 2: 249; Kew 2: 552; Rehder 5: 358; Zander ed. 10, p. 666. 
Burkill, I. H., Proc. Linn. Soc. London 158: 68-70. 1947; Chapt. hist. bot. India 178-179. 
1965- 

2268. A forest flora of Chota Nagpur including Gangpur and the Santal-Parganahs (A de- 
scription of all the indigenous trees, shrubs and climbers, the principal economic herbs, and 
the most commonly cultivated trees and shrubs (with introduction and glossary) . . . 
Calcutta (Superintendent Government Printing, India) 19 10. i6-mo. {Forest fl. Chota Nag- 
pur) . 

Publ.: 1910 (p. iv: 31 Mar 1908), p. [i*], [i]-vii, [i]-8, [9], [i]-634, [i]-xxxvii. Copy: USDA. 
Facsimile repr. : Undated, collation as in orig. Copy: NY. - M/S. Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal 
Sing . . . and M/S. Periodical Experts . . . New Delhi. 

2269. The botany of Bihar and Orissa an account of all the known indigenous plants of the 
province and of the most important or most commonly cultivated exotic ones with maps and 
introduction. London (Printed by Adlard & Son & West Newman, Ltd.) 192 1-1925,6 parts. 
Oct. {Bot. Bihar Orissa). 



1925 (P- ix: 20 Feb 1925), p. [i]-[x], 1-199, map. 

1921 (J. Bot. Jan 1922), p. [i], 1-224. 

1922, p. [i], 225-418. 

1922, p. [i], 419-754. 

1924 (J. Bot. Jun 1924), p. [i], 755-1058. 

1924, p. [i], 1059-1350. 



Copies: B, BR, G, MICH, MO, NY, US. 

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Facsimile ed.: Calcutta (Botanical Survey of India) 1963 ("i 961"), 6 parts in 3 volumes, (map 
lacking), p. xiii with a preface to the reprint by J. C. Sen Gupta. Copies: B, NY, US. 



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Halacsy, Eugen von [Eugene de] (1842-1913), Austrian botanist of Hungarian descent, 
from 1859 in Wien; Dr. med. Wien 1865; practising physician 1865- 1896; from i8g6 part 
time medical consultant for an insurance company; Dr. phil. h.c. Athens 1912; 1899 
Kaiserlicher Rat, 191 3 Regierungsrat; explorer of the Greek flora. {Halacsy). 

HERBARIUM and types: W (herb. Grace, on permanent loan from WU) ; European herb, at 
WU. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : AG 4 : 761, 5(1): 588, 6(1): 1 50, 697, 1 2 ( I ) : 2 1 8 ; Backer p. 

651 ; Barnhart 2: 112; BFM916, 1499; BM 2: 769, 6: 425; Bossertp. 159; Clokiep. 176; CSP 

12: 304, 15: 575; DTS 1 : 100- loi ;Hortus3: 1 194 ("Halacsy") ; IF p. 700; IH 2: 249;Kew2: 

553; OBL 2: 156; Rehder 5: 358; SK 4: clxxxv; Tucker i : 310-31 1 ; Zander ed. 10, p. 666. 

Adamovic, L., Vegetationsverh. Balkanlander 18. 1909 (Veg. Erde 11) (bibl.). 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1914: 31. 

Beck, G., Vegetationsverh. Illyr. Lander 34. 1901 (Veg. Erde 4). 

Degen, A., Magy. bot. Lap. 13: 1-9. 1914 (Hungarian), 10-17. I9H (German), (portr.) 

(born in Wien ("Bees") 11 Nov 1842). 
Hayek, A., Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. Wien 64: 333-348. 1914 (portr., bibl.). 
Janchen, E., Catal. fl. austriac. i: 11, 13, 1956. 
Stafleu, F. A., Taxon 19: 275-276. 1970. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(3): 67. 1905. 

eponymy: Halacsya Dorfler (1902); Halacsyella Janchen (1910). 

2270. Nachtrdge zur Flora von Nieder-Oesterreich . . . Wien (Verlag der k.k zoologisch-botani- 
schen Gesellschaft) 1882. Oct. (in fours). {Nachtr. Fl. Nieder-Oesterr.). 

Co-author: Heinrich Braun (i 851-1920), Austrian botanist. 

PmW. : Mar-Jul (p. v: Jan 1882; submitted i Mar 1882; Nat. Nov. Aug 1882; Bot. Zeit. 29 Sep 

1882; Flora II Jun 1883), p. [i]-v, [7]-354. Copies: B, G, NY. - Original work: A. 

Neilreich, Flora von Nieder-Oesterreich . . . 1859. 

2271. Flora von Niederosterreich. Zum Gebrauche auf Excursionen und zum Selbstunterricht 
bearbeitet . . . Prag (F. Tempsky), Wien (id.), Leipzig (G. Freytag) 1896. Oct. [Fl. 
Niederdsterr .) . 

PMR:Feb-Apr i896(p. iv:Jan 1895; Bot. Zeit. i Jul 1896; Nat. Nov. Mai(i) 1896), p. [i]-ix, 

[i]-63i. Copies: B, G, MICH, NY. 
Ref.: Beck, G., Bot. Zeit. 54(2): 193-196. i Jul 1896. 

Halacsy, E. von, Oest. bot. Z. 29: 216-217. 1897. 

2272. Conspectus florae graecae . . . Lipsiae [Leipzig] (Sumptibus Guilelmi Engelmann) 1900- 
1908, 3 vols., I suppl. Oct. {Consp.fl. grace). 

vol. part pages dates 

I I [i*], [i]-224 Feb 1900 

2 225-576 Oct 1900 

3 [i, iii], 577-825 Oct 1901 

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Supplement 2 was published in Magy. Bot. Lapok 11: 114-202. 191 2; the separate has a 
Budapest (Typis Societatis Pallas) imprint; an index (p. 93-105) is added. Copies: G, MICH, 
MO, NY, U, US, USDA. - For preliminary studies in periodicals see CSP 15: 575. Fasc. i 
was announced (not necessarily as published) by Bot. Zeit. 16 Nov 1899; as publ. ib. 16 Apr 
1900, J. Bot. Mar 1900. 
Facsimile ed.: Lehre (J. Cramer) 1969, Historiae naturalis classica 68, ISBN 3-7682-7192-7. 

Copy: FAS. 
Ref.: ].yi.C, Bot. Gaz. 29: 290-291. 30 Apr 1900(1,1), 30: 419. 26 Dec 1900 (1,2). 

Britten, J., J. Bot. 38: 234. Apr 1900(1,1), 38: 454. Nov 1900 (1,2), 40: 123. Mar 1902 

(1,3)- 
Williams, J. Bot. 40: 424-426. Dec 1902 (vol. 2), 43: 68-69. Feb 1905 (vol. 3), 46: 240. Jul 

1908. 
Drude, O., Bot. Zeit. 61(2): 341-343. 1903. 
Engler, A., Bot. Jahrb. 34(Lit.): 16, 50. 1904, 41 (Lit.): 56. 1908. 
Tutin, T. G., et al., Fl. europ. i : xxiii. 404. 1964. 
Stafleu, F. A., Taxon 19: 275-276. 1970. 

Hall, Charles Albert ( 1 872- 1 965) , English clergyman who held pastorates at Hull, Bristol, 
Paisley, Southport and London (1896- 1935) ; popular writer on British wild flowers. (C A. 

Hall). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Dcsmond p. 279. 

2273. Plant-life . . . London (published by A. & C. Black, Ltd. . . .) 1915. Qu. {Plant-life). 
Publ.: 1915, p. [i]-xi, [i]-'^8o, pi. 1-J4. (50 in colour from drawings by C. F. Newall). Copy: 

NY. 

Hall, Elihu (1822- 1882), American botanist at Athens, 111.; botanical explorer of the Rocky 
Mountains with C. C. Parry and J. P. Harbour; one of the organizers of the Illinois Natural 
History Society at Bloomington (1858). [E. Hall). 

HERBARIUM and types: F. - Duplicates in many herbaria, see IH. Hall sold various sets of 
American plants. See also Ewan (1950) and Sayre (1975). 
Ref.: Candolle, Alph. de, Phytographie 417. 1880. 

Groff, Bartonia 23: 48. 1945 (material at DWC). 

Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(3): 331. 1975. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Backer p. 252; Barnhart 2: 113; BM 2: 771 ; Bossert p. 159; 

CSP 7: 891, 12: 304-305, 15: 582; IH 2: 250; Kew 2: 557; Lenley p. 192; LS 10723; ME i : 

191, 2: 211, 3: 279, 316; Pennell p. 608; Rehder i : 320, 323; Tucker i : 311. 

Allison, Univ. Colorado Studies 6: 63. 1908. 

Anon., Funeral Notice ("Died, two miles South of Athens, Menand County 111., Sunday 

morning at 5 o'clock, Sept 24, 1882, Prof. Elihu Hall, aged sixty years, three months and 

twenty days . . .") s.l.n.d. (copy MO); Bot. Not. 1883: 30. 
Brewer, in S. Watson, Bot. CaHf 2: 559. 1880 (coll. Oregon). 
Ewan, J., Rocky Mountain Nat. 221-222. 1950; Short hist. bot. U.S. 92. 1969. 
Geiser, S., Bot. frontier ed. 2. 275. 1948. 
Meehan, T. (?), Gardener's Monthly 24: 350. 1882. 
Milligan, Bot. Gaz. 9: 59-62. 1884. 

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Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 98, 164. 1963. 
Rodgers, A. D., John Torrey 131, 133, 218, 279. 1942; Amer. hot. 1873-1892. 49, 61, 158, 
216. 1944. 

COMPOSITE WORKS : With John Wolf, A list of the mosses, liverworts and lichens of Illinois, see under 
Wolf. 

2274. Plantae texanae: a list of the plants collected in Eastern Texas in 1872, and distributed to 
subscribers by Elihu Hall. Salem, Mass. (Printed at the Salem Press) 1873. {PI. tex.). 
Publ: 1873, p. [i]-29 (in a single gathering). Copies: MICH, MO, NY. 

Hall, FrankUn Wilson ( 1852-1888), American botanist at New Haven, Conn. {F. Hall). 

HERBARIUM and types: material at LIV, PH. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 113; CSP 12: 305; OR p. 220; IH 2: 250; Kewp. 
557; LS 10730. 

2275. Catalogue of a collection of ferns made in Southern Mexico, mainly at Chiapas, by A. 
Ghiesbrecht, in the years 1864-1870; by Frankhn W. Hall, s.l.n.d. [New Haven 1873]. Oct. 
(size). {Cat. coll. ferns). 

Publ.: Mar-Dec 1873 (P- [i]- ^ Mar 1873) P- [i]-io. Coj^j: G.- Daniel C. Eaton, in a footnote 
on p. [i], states that Hall did the work of identifying these ferns "under my constant 
supervision." The collector was Auguste Boniface Ghiesbrecht (1810-1893), see IH 2: 
223. 

Hall, Harvey Munroe (1874-1932), Californian pioneer biosystematist, at Berkeley, later 
at Carnegie Institution of Washington at Stanford; inspired the work of Clausen, Keck and 
Hiesey; took the first initiatives (1930) towards the establishment of an International Bureau 
of Plant Taxonomy and the compilation of the Index Herbariorum and type registers. {H. 
M.Hall). 

HERBARIUM and types: IC (nos. 10.921-x), UC (1-10.920), with dupHcates at B, BH, BM, 
DS, E, GH, K, L, LAM, LE, MIN, MO, NA, NMC, NY, P, POM, S, SI, US, WELC. - 
Distributed sets of plants under the titles Plants of Southern California, Plants of California, Plants 
of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and similar series. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 113; BL i : 165, 168, 299; BM 6: 426; Bossert p. 
159; Hirsch p. 1 1 1 ; Hortus 3: 1 194 ("H. M. Hall") ; IH 2: 250; Kew 2: 557; Langman p. 
345;NWp.47;TL-2/78i ; Zander ed. 10, p. 666; see also notes under W. M. Hiesey and A. S. 
Hitchcock in this volume. 
Anon., Botanical journeys of Harvey Monroe Hall 1 895-1 931, mimeographed document, 

undated, distributed by Carnegie Institute of Washington, Biology Div. Stanford. Copies: 

MO, NY, FAS (detailed record of botanical trips based on H's field note books) ; Palo Alto 

Times 11 Mar 1932, p. i. 
Babcock, Univ. Calif Publ. Bot. 17(12): 355-368,/)/. 66. 1934 (portr., bibl.) (see p. 361 for 

Hall's proposed International Bureau of Plant Taxonomy . . . "valuable suggestions . . . 

that sooner or later . . . will doubtless be realized."). 
Cantelow, Leaflets western Bot. 8: 92. 1957. 
Clausen, J., The Harvey Monroe Hall Natural Area. Carnegie Institution of Washington, 

Stanford, Calif July 1969. 
Ewan,J., Rocky Mountain Nat. 222. 1950; Century Progr. nat. Sci. 51. 1955; Short hist. bot. 

U.S. Ill, 112, 1 18, 1969. 
Jepson, W. L., Madrofio 2: 63. 1932 (see also 1:12. 1916 for portr. and 2: 102. 1932). 
Johansen, Desert (Pasadena, Calif) 3: 135. 1932 (fide Ewan 1950). 
Jones, Contr. West. Bot. 18: 1933. 

Merriam, Carnegie Inst. Washington Year Book 31:4. 1932. 
Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 209. 1963. 
Schuster, C. & W. Schweitz, Generalregister Bot. Jahrb. 2(31-56): 66. 1938. 
Verdoorn, Chron. bot. i: 29. 1935 (portr.). 



HALL, H. C. VAN 



COMPOSITE WORKS : NAF, Carduaceae, Baeria '^4.{i) : 76-80. 31 Dec igi/\., Lasthenia ^^{2) : 81. 28 
Jul 1915, Monolopia: 34(2): 82. 28 Jul 1915 (see TL 2/781). 

eponymy: Halliophytum I. M.Johnston (1923). - The Harvey Munroe Hall Natural Area 
(Sierra Nevada, California). 

2276. A botanical survey of San Jacinto Mountain . . . Berkeley (the University Press) 1902. Oct. 
[Bot. surv. San Jacinto Mt.). 

Publ.: 7 Jun 1902, Univ. Calif. Publ. Bot. i : 1-139, [140],/)/. 1-14. Copies: NY, USDA. - M. 
Sc. thesis at UC. 

2277. Compositae of Southern California . . . Berkeley (the University Press) Oct. {Compos. S. 
Calif. ) . 

Publ.: 28 Dec 1907 (Nat. Nov. Jan(2) 1908), p. [i]-302,/?/. 1-3, map. Copies: MO, NY, U, 

USDA. - University of California Publications in Botany, vol. 3. 1907. 
Ref.: Parish, Muhlenbergia 4: 26. 14 Apr 1908. 

2278. A Tosemite flora. A descriptive account of the ferns and flowering plants, including the 
trees, of the Yosemite National Park; with simple keys for their identification; designed to be 
useful throughout the Sierra Nevada Mountains . . . San Francisco (Paul Elder and 
company) 19 12. i6-mo. [Yosemite fl.). 

Co-author: Charlotta Case Hall (1880- 1949) (C. C. Hall) (Mrs H. M. Hall) (see e.g. Amer. 

Fern J. 40: 192. 1950, Madrono 4: 1938, Ewan, Century 51. 1955). 
Publ.: 8 Apr 191 2 ( p- ii; TBC 16 Aug 191 2), p. [i]-vii, [i]-282, front, and /ounnumb./)/., lyo 

figs. Copies: MO, NY, US, USDA. 
Ref: Abrams, Torreya 12(10): 247-248. 4 Oct 19 12 (rev.). 

Nelson, Bot. Gaz. 54: 167-168. 191 2. 

2279. The phylogenetic method in taxonomy the north American species of Artemisia, Chry- 
sothamnus, and Atriplex. Washington, D.C. (Carnegie Institution of Washington) 1923. 
[Phylogen. meth.). 

Co-author: Frederic Edward Clements (1874- 1945). 

Publ.: 20 Jul 1923 (stamp on p. [ii*] of several copies), p. [i*-ii*], [i]-iv, 1-156, [4, expl. pi.], 

pl- 1-23, 157-234 [2, expl. pi.], pi. 24-35, 235-346, [6, expl. p\.], pi. 36-58, 347-355 [ind.]. 

Copies: MICH, MO, NY, U, US, USDA. - Publication no. 326 of the Carnegie Institution 

of Washington. 
Ref: Coulter, Bot. Gaz. 82: iio-iii. 1926. 

Engler, Bot. Jahrb. 59(Lit.): 79. 1924. 

2280. The genus Haplopappus a phylogenetic study in the Compositae . . . Washington 
(Carnegie Institution of Washington) 1928. Oct. [Haplopappus) . 

Publ.: I Oct 1928 (p. [iv]), p. [i]-vii, [viii], [i]-39i,j&/. 1-16. Copies: MO, NY, U, US, USDA. 
- Publication no. 389 of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. 

Hall, Herman Christiaan van (1801-1874), Dutch botanist and agronomist at Gron- 
ingen. [H. C. Hall). 

HERBARIUM and types: L; other material at GRO, L, U, WAG. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 5(1): 695; Backer p. 252; Barnhart 2: 114; BL 2: 422, 
423, 431, 664; BM 2: 771; Bossert p. 159; CSP 3: 135, 6: 681, 7: 891 ; Hortus3: 1206; IF p. 
701; IH 2: 250; Jackson p. 324, 325; JW i: 443, 451, 2: 191, 3: 352; Kew 2: 557-558; 
Langman p. 345; LS 10730; MD p. 136-138; NI 2221, 2247; Oudemans 2: 246-247, 255- 
256; PR 3701-3709 (ed. 1 : 4056-4061) ; Rehder 5: 359; SK i: 2i2;S0 8i7, 2473;TL-2/2007, 
2932; Tucker i : 31 1-312; Zander ed. 10, p. 727. 
Andreas, C. H., In en om een botanische tuin, Hortus Groningianus 1626- 1966, Groningen 

(van der Kamp), 143-157, 159, 160, 167. 1976. 
Anon., Alg. Konst. Letterbode 1826(1): 242, 1839(1): 356; Bot. Not. 1888: 206; Grote 

Winkler Prins Encyclopedic 10: 256. 1951. 
Huizinga, J., Verz. Werken 8: 167, 168, 208, 231, 235, 304, 305, 333. 1951. 

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Hall, H. C. v., Tuinbouw-flora 3: 357-366. 1856 (proposal to continue the Flora Javae). 
Stafleu,F. A.,Wentia 16: 5, 9, lo-i i, 18-20, 26, 37. 1966; Grote Winkler Prins Encyclopedic 

9: 62. 1969. 
Terwen, J. L. & C. de Jong, Onze Tijdgenoten 350. s.d. 

COMPOSITE works: Flora batava (see J. Kopsj, vols. 5-8, 1828- 1844. 

eponymy: Vanhallia L. Marchand (1828); Vanhallia]. A. Schultes & J. H. Schultes (1829). 
Mote: Neohallia\^ . B. Hemsley (1882) is "dedicated to Mrs. Eardley Hall (a daughter of . . . 
W. Borrer), of Barrow Hill, Henfield, Sussex, through whose kind help the author [i.e. 
Hemsley] was enabled to follow his inclination for the study of botany." 

2281. Hermanni Christiani van Hall, . . . responsio ad quaestionem botanicam: elaboretur 
historia et in ea accurata descriptio, viginti ad minimum plantarum indigenarum, in qua singulae partes 
ad legem regularum, a Linnaeo in Philosophia botanica propositarum atque a Willdenowo 
emendatarum sunt defmiendae. In certamine literario civium academiarum belgicarum, die 
viii. mensis februarii a. mdcccxix, ex sententia ordinis disciplinarum mathematicarum et 
physicarum Academiae lugduno-batavae, praemio ornata. Lugduni batavorum [Leiden] 
(apud S. et J. Luchtmans, . . .) 1820. Qu. [Hist, descr. vig.pl.). 

Publ.: 1820, p. [i], [i]-40. Copy: NY. 

2282. Commentatio de systematibus botanicus cum aliorum ante Linnaeum tum ipsius Linnaei. 
Traiecti ad Rhenum [Utrecht] (apud Otton. loann. van Paddenburgh, et I. van Schoon- 
hoven, Academiae typographos) 182 1. Oct. {Comm. syst. hot.). 

Publ.: 182 1, p. [i], [i]-i04. Copy: G. - The author refers to himself on the t.p. as "med. stud." 
which would mean that the Commentatio preceded his thesis (see no. 2283). 

2283. Specimen botanicum, exhibens synopsin graminum indigenarum Belgii partis septen- 
trionalis, olim vii provinciarum, una cum appendice, qua nonnullae indigenae novae 
indicantur, quod, favente deo, praeside viro clarissimo lano Kops, ... ad publicam 
disceptationem proponit auctor Hermannus Christianus van Hall, Amstelodamensis, med. 
cand. die xix decembris mdcccxxi, hora xi. Traiecti ad Rhenum [Utrecht] (O. I. van 
Paddenburg), s.d. [1821]. Oct. {Spec. hot.). 

Publ.: 19 Dec 1821 (AKL 28 Dec 1821, Bull. Ferussac 26 Jan 1822, Flora 28 Jul 1822), p. [i- 
vi], [i]-i67, [168, err.], i pi. Copies: BR, G(2), KNAW, NY, U. 

2284. Flora Belgii septentrionalis, sive index plantarum indigenarum quae hucusque in VH 
Provinciis Foederatis repertae sunt . . . Flora van Noord-Nederland, of korte aanwijzing der in 
het wild wassende planten, welke tot nu toe in de voormalige VH Verenigde Gewesten 
gevonden zijn. Amsterdam (J. C. Sepp en Zoon) 1825-1840, 2 vols. Oct. [Fl. belg. sept.). 

vol. pars pages dates authors 

1 I [i]-xx, [i]-[364] on or about 5 Apr 1825 van Hall 

2 [365]-746, [1-2, err.] on or before 24 Jan 1826 van Hall 

3 [iJ^L^J' i747j-[862j 10 Jan 1836 van Hall 

2 I [i]-xvi, [i]-[23i] 2oJun-3i Dec 1832 Miquel (Hepaticae and 

some genera of mosses) Das- 
sen (FiL, Lycop., Equis., 
other mosses) 
2 [i*] [i]-[xii], [233]-35i ['1840'] 14 Feb 1841 van Hall (Lichenes) 

[i] [353]-4775 [6, ind.] ['1840'] 14 Feb 1841 Miquel (Algae) 

Copies: BR, G, FAS, MO, NY, U. - Miquel did the Hepadcs and the genera Hypnum, Bryum, 
Dicranum, Didymodon, Fissidens, and Leucodon for vol. 2(1); the rest of the mosses and all the 
vascular cryptogams (incl. Equisetaceae) were done by Michiel Dassen ( 1 809- 1 852) . Wach- 
ter published a revision of Dassen's mosses in 1941 . For an extensive bibliographical study of 
van Hall's Flora see Margadant (MD). 

Supplementary notes: ("Nalezing . . .") in Bijdr. nat. Wet. i: 135-150. 1826, 2: 1 10-124. 1827, 
3: 47-62. 1828, 5: 78-87. 1830, 6: 159-170. 1931, 7: 26-38, 333-350. 1832. 



HALL, H. VAN 

i?^. : Janssen en Wachter, Ned. kruidk. Arch. 51 : 419-430. 1941. 
Stafleu, F. A., Wentia 16: 49-50. 1966. 

2285. Epistolae ineditae Caroli Linnaei; addita parte commercii litterarii inediti, inprimis circa 
rem botanicam, J. Burmanni, N.L. Burmanni, Dillenii, Halleri, Schmidelii, J. Gesneri, 
Oederi, Pallasii, Vandellii et Thunbergii; annis 1 736-1 793. Ex litteris autographis edidit H. 
C. van Hall . . . Groningae [Groningen] (W. van Boekeren) 1830. Oct. [Epist. Linnaei). 
PubL: 20-25 Sep 1830 (Ned. Staatscour. 29 Sep 1830), p. [i-viii], [i]-268, [i], [6, index], [i, 

err.]. Copies: M, NY, U. - Important source of letters to and from Linnaeus. 

2286. Elementa botanices, in usum lectionum academicarum, conscripta ab H. C. van Hall, 
. . . Groningae [Groningen] (apud I. Oomkens) 1834. Oct. [Elem. hot.). 

PubL: 30 Jun-5 Jul 1834 (p. viii: 10 Mai 1834; Ned. Staatscour. 7 Jul 1834), p. [i]-xii, [i]- 

244, [1-2, err.], [3-15, index]. Copies: L, U. 
Ref.: Vriese, W. H. de, in v.d. Hoeven en de Vriese, Tijdschr. nat. Gesch. 3: 81-91. 1836 

(rev.). 

2287. Redevoeringen over hetplantenrijk, in zijne natuurlijke afdeelingen en in verband met het 
dierenrijk beschouwd : door H. C. van Hall, .... Ten vervolge op de redevoeringen van J. A. 
Uilkens, over de volmaaktheden van den Schepper in zijne schepselen beschouwd, tot 
verheerlijking van God en tot bevordering van nuttige natuurkennis. Groningen (J. Oom- 
kens) 1837. Oct. [Redevoer . plantenrijk) . 

PubL : 1837 (p. x: 15 Sep 1837), p. [ii]-xvi, [i]-299. Copies: AMY), U. -Vol 4(2) ofH. C. van 
Hall, "De volmaaktheden van den Schepper in zijne schepselen beschouwd, . . . ten 
vervolge op de redevoeringen van J. A. Uilkens ..." -Jacobus Albertus Uilkens ( 1772- 
1825) published the original edition of "De volmaaktheden van den Schepper in zijne 
schepselen beschouwd ..." 5 vols., Groningen in 1801-1802. 

2288. Handboek der kruidkunde, (tweede, verbeterde uitgave der Elementa botanices); door 
H. C. van Hall . . . Groningen (J. B. Wolters) 1846. Oct. [Handb. kruidk.). 

PubL: Sep-Dec 1846 (p. vi: 24 Aug 1846), p. [i]-viii, [i]-3o8, [1-2, cont.], [i, err.]. Copy: U. 

2289. Neerlands plantenschat, of Landhuishoudkundige Flora, behelzende eene beschrijving 
der onkruiden, vergiftige en nuttige inlandsche planten en der in onzen landbouw gekweekte 
gewassen. Leeuwarden (G.T.N. Suringar) 1854. Oct. [NeerL plantenschat) . 

PubL: Oct-Dec 1854 (p.iii: 6 Sep 1854), p. [i*,iii*], [i]-[iv], [i]-332, [i, err.],/^. 1-288. Copy: 
U. 

2290. Toegepaste kruidkunde. Handleiding tot aanwijzing van het gebruik, dat de mensch 
maakt van voorwerpen uit het plantenrijk. Groningen (J. B. Wolters) 1857. Oct. [Toegep. 
kruidk.). 

PubL: 1857 (p. ix: 9 Aug 1856), p. [i]-xii, [i3]-2i4. Copy: U. 

2291. De planten der provincie Groningen; door H. C. van Hall, s.n.l.d. [Groningen 1859], Oct. 
[PL prov. Groningen) . 

PubL : Oct 1859 (KNAW rd. Oct 1859), p. [i]-24. Copies: GRON, KNAW. - Preprinted from 
Statistische beschrijving der provincie Groningen, vol. i, i860. Groningen (Erven C. M. van 
Bolhuis Hoitsema). Actually compiled by Gozewinus Acker Stratingh (1804- 1876), 
Rembertus Westerhoff (1801-1874) and J. Bosman Tresling. 

Hall, Herman van ( 1830-1890), Dutch botanist and botanical lexicographer; son of H. C. 
van Hall; curator at the Rijksherbarium; from 1866 high school teacher at Middelburg. (//. 

Hall). 

HERBARIUM and types: Not traced. Some material possibly at L. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Backer p. 651 ; Barnhart 2: 1 14; Jackson p. 441 ; JW i : 443, 
5: 241 ; MW p. 149 

Andreas, C. H., In en om een botanische tuin. Hortus Groningianus 155. 1976. 
Stafleu, F. A., Wentia 16: 13-14. 1966; Taxon 20(5/6): 802. 1971. 



HALL, H. VAN 

2292. Dissertatio botanica inauguralis continens Observationes de ^ingiberaceis, quam, an- 
nuente summo numine, ex auctoritate rectoris magnifici Frederici Kaiser, . . . et nobil- 
issimae facultatis disciplinarum mathematicarum et physicarum decreto, pro gradu doc- 
toratus, summisque in mathesi et philosophia naturali honoribus ac privilegiis, in Academia 
Lugduno-Batava rite et legitime consequendis defendet Hermannus van Hall, Groninganus. 
Ad diem xv m. januarii mdccclviii, hora xii. Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden] (Apud E.J. Brill. 
Academiae Typographum) s.d. [1858]. Qu. [Observ. ^ingib.). 

Publ.: 15 Jan 1858, p. [i-viii], [i]-54, [1-3, theses],/*/. 1-2 (by A.J. Wendel). Copies: L (Inst. 

Hist. Sci.), NY. 
Trade issue: 1858, p. [i-vi], [i]-54, /*/• 1-2 (id.). Copy: USDA. "Observationes de Zingiber- 

aceis. Auctore Dr. Hermanno van Hall. Lugduni-Batavorum, apud E.J. Brill, . . . 1858." 
Ref. : BM 2:771 and PR 3708 (in both attributed erroneously to the defendant's father, H. C. 

van Hall, 1801-1874). 

Anon., Bull. Soc. bot. France 5: 139-140. Mai-Jun 1858 (imprint translated as "Liege"). 

Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 20: 174. 30 Mai 1862. 

2293. De Kruidtuin van 's Rijks Hoogere Burgerschool te Middelburg. Systematische lijst van 
planten met verklaring en vertaling, alsmede opgave van hare Nederlandsche namen. 
Middelburg (H. A. Boudewijnse) 187 1. Oct. [Kruidtuin) . 

Publ.: 1871, p. [i]-400, [i, err.]. Copies: L, Prov. Bibl. Zeeland. - Important as a botanical 
dictionary with many notes on derivation of names, biographical details on botanists and 
historical notes on cultivated plants. Forerunner of Gerth van Wijk and Backer's botanical 
dictionaries. 

Hall, James (of Albany) (181 1 -1898), American geologist and palaeobiologist; pupil of 
Amos Eaton; leader of the New York Geological Survey 1843-1898. (J. Hall). 

collections: Herbarium specimens at F. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Andrews p. 273-274; Barnhart 2: 114; BM 2: 771-772, 6: 

426; BL 1 : 204, 299; CSP 3: 136, 7: 891, 10: 116, 12: 305-306, 15: 583-584; DAB (by G. P. 

Merrill); Kew 2: 558; Lenley p. 209, 458 (Torrey corr.); ME i : 191, 3: 589 [index]; Merrill 

p. 379-383, 698, 699, 722-723,/)/. 20; Pennell p. 608; Quenstedt p. 184-185; Rehder 5: 359; 

TL-2/1614, 1852; Tucker i : 312. 

Ami, Ottawa Naturalist 12: 114-115. 1898. 

Anon., Amer. J. Sci. 64: 437-438. 1898; Geol. Magaz. 411: 431-432. 1898; Leopoldina 

34(8): 129-130. 1898; Nature 58: 372. 1898. 
Barrois, Bull. Soc. geol. France ser. 3. 27: 168-173. 1899. 
Clarke, J. M., Geol. Magaz. 57: 483-486, pi. 10. 1920 (portr.); James Hall of Albany 

geologist and palaeontologist 181 1-1898. (second printing) Albany 1923, 565 p. (portr.). 
Hovey, Amer. Geologist 23(3): 137-168,/)/. 4 and 5. 1899 (bibl., 260 items; portr.). 
Marcou, Bull. U.S. natl. Mus. 30: 231-236. 1885 (bibl.). 
Murray, Ann. Rep. N.Y. State Mus. 36: 79-94. 1883, 42: 75-97. 1889 (bibl. up to 1888; 

continued by Clarke, Amer. Geol. 23: 149-168). 
McGee et al.. Science ser. 2. 4: 697-716. 1896 (honors). 

Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 470 [index]. 1963. 
Rodgers, A. D., John Torrey 275. 1942; Amer. bot. 1873-1892, 31-32, 71. 1944. 
Stevenson, J., Bull. Geol. Soc. Amer. 10: 425-451,/)/. 4g. 1900 (portr.; bibl., 267 items). 
Whitaker, Quart. J. Geol. Soc. London 55: liv-lvi. 1899. 
Youmans (ed.), Pop. Sci. Monthly 26(1): 120-123. 1884. 

COMPOSITE works: a catalogue of plants, growing without cultivation, in the vicinity of Troy. By 
John Wright, M.D. and James Hall, A.M., Troy (N. Tuttle, . . .) 1836, p. [i]-42, copy: 
USDA; see under John Wright (senior author). 

handwriting: Bull. Geol. Soc. Amer. 10: pi. 4g. 1898. 

2294. Palaeontology of New York . . . Albany (printed by C. van Benthuysen) vols. 1-2, 
1 847 [1848], i85i[i852]. Qu. {Palaeontol. New York). 

Publ.: Part VI of the .Natural History of New York, entided Palaeontology of New York, by J. 



HALLE, J. S. 

Hall, consists of 8 volumes (1847- 1894, [1895]) of which vols, i and 2 are of importance for 
palaeobotany. For Botany (part 2), see under J. Torrey. 

Vol. i: "1847" pubhshed 1847- 1848 (1848, fideBM; dedication i Sep 1846; possibly in parts 
1 847- 1 848), p. [i]-xxiii, [ii-338 [i, err.],j&/. i-8y, 4bis,j bis, ijbis,jiA-B,j2A-D,jj*,40 
A, 6g A, no. 82 lacking, no. 23 as "20"; uncol. liths. Copies: MICH, NY, Teyler, USDA. 

Vol. 2: in parts 1851-1852 (t.p. i852;dedic. i Sep 1852; BM "1851"), p. [i]-viii, [i]-362, [i, 
err.], plates (with text) i-8^,4bis,j a, ly A,2^ as"2o'\ 26as"2i'\j4A,j4A(bis),jj(bis), 
j6A, jyA, 40 A-G, 41 A, 4ga, 62 unnumbered, 66A, yya, 85 as "8j'\ Copies: NY, Teyler. 

Hall, Thomas Batt ( 1 8 1 4- 1 886) , British naturalist at Coggeshall, Essex ( 1 8 1 4- 1 835, 1 839- 
1852), Liverpool (1835-1839), in Australia (1852-1886). [T. Hall). 

HERBARIUM and types: LIV, GL, Essex Field Club Museum. - Letters at LIV. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 1 14; BBp. i35;BM 2: 773; Desmond p. 280; IH 
2: 250; Kew 2: 560; Jackson p. 255; PR 3710 (ed. i : 4062) ; Rehder 5; 359; Tucker i : 312. 
Anon., Essex Natural. 4: 226. 1890. 
Dallman, J. Bot. 60: 279. 1922 (note on a study on Hall and his flora by Dallman in the 

Lancashire and Cheshire Naturalist for Mai-Jun 1922, n.v.). 
Dallman and Wood, Trans. Liverpool bot. Soc. 1:71. 1909. 
Kent, D. H., Brit, herbaria 58. 1957. 
Warren, J. B. L., Fl. Cheshire Ixxxii. 1899. 

2295. Under the superintendence of the council of the Natural History Society. A flora of 
Liverpool, by T. B. Hall, with an engraved map; and an appendix, containing meteorological 
tables & observations for the year 1839 by Wilson Armistead. London (Whitaker & Co.), 
Liverpool (Walmsley; T. Hodgson) s.d. [1839]. Duod. (in sixes). {Fl. Liverpool). 

Publ.: 1839, map, p. [i]-xvii, [i, h.t.], [i]-i86, [i, err.], 2 tables. Copies: G, MO NY. 

Halle, Johann Samuel ( 1 727-1810), German botanist, professor at the military school at 
Berhn. {J.Halle). 

herbarium and types: Unknown. 

bibliography AND BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2: 115; BM 2: 774; Dryander 2: 5, 3: 543; Kew 2: 
560; NI 772nb; Plesch p. 248; PR 3712 (ed. i: 4064); Rehder 5: 359; Sotheby 314. 

eponymy : Hallia Thunberg ( 1 799) is dedicated to Birger Marten Hall ( 1 74 1 - 1 84 1 ) , Swedish 
physician and botanist. 

2296. Die deutsche Giftpflanzen, zur Verhiitung der tragischen Vorfalle in den Haushal- 
tungen, nach ihren botanischen Kennzeichen, nebst den Heilungsmitteln. Berhn (i : Joa- 
chim Pauh, 2: Wilhelm Oehmigke d. J.) 2 vols., 1784- 1793. Oct. {Deut. Giftpfl.). 

Ed. I.: Copies: G, MO. - "Die deutsche [sic] ..." 

vol. I.: Apr-Mai 1784 (NZgS 21 Jun 1784), p. [i*], [i]-viii, [i]-ii9, /;/. 1-16, coloured, 
drawn and engraved by author. "Mit 16 nach der Natur ausgemahlten Kupfern. Der 
Tod in den Topfen!" 

vol. 2.: 1793, p. [i], [i]-i26, pi. 1-8, id. 
Ed. [2]: Wien (gedruckt bey Johann Thomas Edlen von Trattnern) 1785- 1793, 2 vols. Oct. 

Copies: MO, NY. 

vol. I.: 1785, p. [i]-8, [i]-iig, pi. 1-32, handcol. copper engr. 

vol. 2.: 1793, p. [i], [i]-i26, pi. 1-8, id. (J. W. Engelman sc). 
Ed. J.: Berhn (bei Wilhelm Oehmigke, dem jiingern) 1 794-1 795, 2 vols. Copies: M, NY, 

USDA. 

vol. I.: 1794, p. [i*, iii*], [i]-iv, [i]-i-^8, pi. 7-/6' as above. 

vol. 2.: 1795, p. [i], [i]-i26, pi. 1-8, id. 
JVeue Auflage: Berlin (id.) 1801-1803, 2 vols. Copy: HH. 

vol. I.: 1801, p. [i]-viii, [9]-i94, [i], pi- 1-16. 

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HALLE, J. S. 

vol.2.: 1803, p. [i]-x, [i]-iio, [i]-54, [A, pi 1-8. 

Anhang: [1803], p. [i]-54, [1-2], "... Erlauterung bot. Kunstausdriicke." 

Halle, Thore Gustaf (born Gustafson) (1884- 1964), Swedish palaeobotanist at the Na- 
turhistoriska Riksmuseet, Stockholm. (T. Halle). 

HERBARIUM and types: S, S-PA; further material at BA, G, GB, LD, UPS. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Andrcws p. 274; Barnhart 2: 115; BJI 2: 66; BM 6: 427; 

Bossert p. 1 60 ; Hirsch p. iii;IH2:25i; KR p. 258-260. 

Florin, R., Palaeontographica B.88: vi-ix. 1948. 

Lundblad, B., Sv. biogr. lex. 18: 15-17. 1967 (portr.). 

Schuster, R. M., Hep. Anthoc. N. Amer. i : 48. 1966. 

Walton, J., Yearb. R. Soc. Edinburgh 1964-65: 20-22. 1966. 

dedication: (60th birthday), Sv. bot. Tidskr. 38(3). 1944 (portr.). 

eponymy: Halletheca 1. JN. 1 ayior (1971). 

2297. /^Mr Kenntnis der mesozoischen Equisetales Schwedens . . . Uppsala & Stockholm (Almqvist 
& Wiksells Boktryckeri-A.-B.) 1908. Qu. {Kenntn. mesoz- Equiset. Schwed.). 

Pm6/. :Jan-Jul 1908 (submitted 4 Dec 1907; Nat. Nov. Aug (2) 1908; US rd. 30 Nov 1908), p. 

[i]-56,/)/. 1-9. Copy: US. - K. Sv. Vet.-Akad. Handl. 43(1). 
Ref.: Diels, F. L. E., Bot. Jahrb. 43(Lit.): 25. 1909. 

2298. Wissenschaftliche Ergebnisse der schwedischen Siidpolar-Expedition 190 1- 1903 unter 
Leitung von Dr. Otto Nordenskjold Band iii. Lieferung 14. The mesozoic flora oj Graham Land 
. . . Stockholm (Lithographisches Institut des Generalstabs), BerHn W (A. Asher & Co.), 
Paris (Haar & Steinert . . . ), London W (Dulau & Co.) 1913. Qu. {Mesoz. fl. Graham Land). 
Publ.: Feb-Mar 191 3 (p. 123: printed 22 Jan 191 3; New Phytol. Apr-Mai 191 3), cover, [i]- 

12% pi. i-g (uncol. lith. Th. Ekblom). Copy: NY. 

2299. Lower Devonian plants from Roragen in Norway. Stockholm (Almqvist & Wiksells 
Boktryckeri A.-B.) 1916. Qu. {Lower Devon, pi. Roragen). 

Publ: 1916, p. [i]-46,/)/. 1-4 (doubl. plates). Copy: USGS. -K. Sv. Vetenskapsakad. Handl. 
57(1), 1916. 

2300. Palaeozoic plants from Central Shansi. [Palaeontologica sinica series A, vol. 2, fascicle i .] 
Peking (Geological Survey of China) 1927. Qu. {Palaeoz- pi- Shansi). 

Publ.: Nov 1927 (p. 2), p. [i]-3i6, [i, list],/)/. 7-6'.^ with each 2p. letterpress, uncol. hth. and 
photogr., [3 p. Chinese letterpress]. Copies: MICH, NY, U. 

2301. The structure of certain fossil spore-bearing organs believed to belong to Pteridosperms . . . 
Stockholm (Almqvist & Wiksells Boktryckeri-A.B.) 1933. Qu. {Struct, spore-bear. org.). 
Publ.: ]ul.-Dec 1933 (read 7jun i933;p. 103: Dec 1933; USDArd. 6 Apr 1934), p. [i]-i03, 

pi. 1-15. Copies: US, USDA. - K. Vet.-Akad. Handl. ser. 3. 12(6). 

Haller, Albrecht von (1708- 1777), Swiss naturalist, poet and novelist; studied medicine 
at Tubingen (1723-725), Leiden (with Boerhaave, 1725-1727), London and Paris; practic- 
ing physician at Bern (1729-1736) and Goettingen (1736- 1753) ; "Ammann" at Bern 1753- 
1756; supervisor Salt Industry Bex (1756-1764); at Bern 1764-1777. {Haller). 

HERBARIUM and types: Main herbarium at P (59 vols., 10.000 species; taken from Pavia by 
French troops in 1796 and never reclaimed), with collections by Haller, C. Allioni, C. 
Bauhin, J. G. Gmelin, A. Gouan, J. F. Gronovius, B. de Jussieu, N. J. Jacquin, L. G. 
Lemonnier, C. Linnaeus and Ortega in addition to Swiss collections by G. D. Duvernoy, A. 
Gagnebin, J. Gessner, A. Huber and P. Thomas. Haller founded the Gottingen University 
herbarium (see Zoller 1958). 

Haller was among the first botanists to realize the importance of herbaria to study 
variation in plants and he therefore purposely included material from different localities, 

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habitats and developmental phases. Haller also grew many plants from the Alps himself. 

The herbarium of Haller fil. (at G) also contains material collected by Haller sen. ("les 
debris" Briquet) ; other material is at B, GOET, KIEL, LINN, MW, OXF, PH, SBT. 
Ref.: Bonnet, J. de Bot. 354-360. 1889. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: ADB 10: 420-429; AG 2(1): 204, i: 62, 12(3): 149; Ains- 
worth p. 1 15, 197, 226, 251, 254, 263, 31 1 ; Backer p. 251 ; Barnhart 2: 115; BM 2: 774-775; 
Bossert p. 160; Clokie p. 176; Dawson p. 214, 936 [index]; Dryander 5: 266-267; Frank 
3(Anh.): 40; GFB p. 58; GR p. 632, cat. p. 643,/)/. [21]; Henrey 2: 165, 243, 720, 3: 51; 
Hortus 3: 1 194 ("Haller"); HU 506, 535, 546, 622; Jackson p. 6, 305, 341, 342; Kew 2: 561 ; 
Kirschleger 2 : xxxviii-xli; Krempelh. 2:37; KRp. 260; Laseguep. 67, 570; LS 10735-10749, 
34023; Moebius p. 46, 450; NI 773-775, 775n; 3: 37; Plesch p. 248; PR 3713-3729 (ed. i : 
4065-4085); Rehder 5: 359; RS p. 86; Saccardo i : 88, 2: 57; SO 650add., 1276, 1820, 2461c, 
2468, 2502a, add. 2526b, 2537, 2545, 3625; Sotheby p. 315-317; TL-2/see 2285 and index 
TL-2/1 ; Tucker i : 312; Zander ed. 10, p. 666. 

Note: The literature on Haller is enormous and spreads through the sciences, arts and 
humanities. We list a number of papers dealing more especially with H's botanical work. 
Many other references to such contributions will be found in the book treatments below. 

Amoreux, Mem. Soc. Linn. Paris i : 695-697. 1822. 

Anon., Haller-Feier in Bern am 15. und 16. Oktober 1908. Festbericht. Bern (K.J. Wyss) 

1908, 123 p., Leben der beriihmtesten vier Gelehrten unseres philosophischen Jahrhun- 

derts Rousseau's, Lambert's, Haller's und Voltaire's. Frankfurt und Leipzig 1779 (n.v. 

but see Steck 1963); [Condorcet], Hist. Acad. roy. Sei., Paris 1777: 127-154. 1780; Bull. 

Linn., Paris 6: 58. 1825 (on portr.). 
Bay, Bull. med. Libr. Assoc. 48: 393-403. i960 (H. as a medical encyclopaedist). 
Beer. R. B., Der grosse Haller, Sackinge 1947 (137 p.). 
Berkeley, E. and D. S.,John Clayton 59, 65, 69, 214. 1963; Dr. Alexander Garden 57. 1969; 

Dr. John Mitchell 39, loi. 1974. 
Beug, H.-J. et al., Albrecht von Haller zum 200. Todestag. Vandehoeck & Ruprecht, 

Gottingen 1977, 53 p. (general evaluation; botany by G. Wagenitz). 
Blumer and Miiller, Schweiz. Z. Pilzk. 49: 98. 197 1. 
Boschung, U., Zwanzig Briefe Albrecht von Hallers an Johannes Gessner, Bern, 1972, 72p. 

(Berner Beitr. Gesch. Med.-Naturw. ser. 2. 6.) (twenty letters with commentary). 
Briquet, J., Bull. Soc. bot. suisse 50a: 256. 1940 (herb.) 

Burdet, H., Musees de Geneve 179: 13-16. 1977 (the botany of the two Hallers; portr.). 
Camdaux, Musees de Geneve 179: 3-12. 1977 (Haller et Geneve; portr.). 
CandoUe, A. P. de, Memoires et souvenirs 99. 1862. 

Chavannes, H., Biographic de A. de Haller. Lausanne 1840, ed. 2 Paris 1845. 
Christ, K. H. H., Verh. naturf. Ges. Basel 29: 1-59. 1918 (Der Briefwechsel der Baseler 

Botaniker des i8.Jahrh.). 
Cuvier, F., ed.. Diet. sci. nat. 61 : 158-161. 1845 (also portr. [47] in portr. vol.). 
Drude, O., Hercyn. Florenbez. 6, 7, 10. 1902 (Veg. Erde 6). 
Diibi, Arch. Stud. neu. Sprachen 123: 353-386. 1910 (corr. Haller-Voltaire). 
Eriksson, G., Bot. hist. Sverige 236, 238, 274, 322. 1969. 

Fischer, Mitt, naturf. Ges. Bern 1908: 145-172. 1909 (H's relations with Linnaeus). 
Frey, Mitt, naturf. Ges. Bern ser. 2. 21 : 1-65, pi. 1-8. 1964 (H. as a lichenologist). 
Fries, Th. M.,Bref. Skrifv. Linne 1(2): 370. 1909, 1(3) : 339. 1909, 1(4): 361. 19 10, 1(5) : 362. 

1911, 1(6): 442. 1912. 
Gloor, Berner Beitr. Gesch. Med. Naturw. 15, 1958 (on H's artists). 

Hall, H. C. v., Epistolae ineditae Caroli Linnaei. Groningen 1830 (corr. Haller/Linnaeus). 
Heller, J., Taxon, 19: 392-393. 1970. 
Henry, Th., Memoirs of Albert de Haller, M. D. Warrington (printed by W. Eyres, for J. 

Johnson . . . London) 1783, front, portr., [i]-vii, [i]-i6i,[i]. Oct. (copy at UC; inf D. E. 

Johnson). 
Heyne, Novi comm. Soc. gott. 8(app.): 9-20 (fide PR ed. i). 
Hintzsche, Centaurus 4(2) : 97-121. 1955 (on H's Manuscripta Winslowiana, a diary from his 

Paris period; portr.) ; Clio medica i (3) : 235-254. 1966 (H. as an encyclopaedist; contr. to 

Diderot et d'Alembert and Felice); in Gillispie, DSB 6: 61-67. 1972 (bibl.). 

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Hjelt, .D E. A., Carl von Linne i bans forhallande till Albrecht von Haller. Helsingfors 1878, 

24 p. (relation Linnaeus-Haller). 
Hulth, J. M., Bref. Skrifv. Linne 1(8) : 98. 1922; 2(1) : 424 [index]. 1916; 2(2) : 295 [index]. 

1943- 
Jourdan et Boisseau, Diet. Sci. med. 5: 38-63. 1822 (extensive biogr. and bibl. details). 
Kail, A., Supplementum ad bibliothecam botanicam Alb. Halleri ex scriptis Danorum; 

programma invitatorium . . . Hafniae 1 775, 2 1 p. Oct. (see PR ed. i : 5087 and Warming, 

Bot. Tidsskr. 12: 73. 1880). 
Kirschleger, F., Fl. Alsace 2: xxxviii-xli. 1857. 
Kraiisel, in Dorfler, Botaniker-Portrats 3/4: 26, 27. 1907. 
Lawrence, G. H. M., Huntia i : 166-168. 1964 (letter by Linnaeus to H.). 
Lecomte, Rev. scientifique ser. 5. 7: 716. 1907. 

Lehmann, E., Schwabische Apotheker 17-18. 1951 (on H. and J. G. Gmelin). 
Lindeboom, (ed.) Haller in Holland. Delft 1958 (diary) (portr.). 
Lombard, Musees de Geneve 179: 17-18. 1977 (Haller and the Alps). 
Liitjeharms, W. J., Gesch. Mykol. 241, 257 [index]. 1936 (on H's mycology). 
Lundsgaard-Hansen-von Fischer, Verzeichnis der gedruckten Schriften Albrecht von Hal- 

lers.Bern 1959 (BernerBeitr. Gesch. Medizin u. Naturw. no. 18) (the main bibhography). 
Magdefrau, K., Die ersten Alpen-Botaniker, Miinchen 1975 (Jahrb. Ver. Schutze Alpenfl. 

40:9-10. 1975). 
Meusel, Lexikon teut. Schriftsteller 5: 86-104. 1805. 
Milner, J. D., Cat. portr. Kew 57. 1906. 

Nicolas, J. P., in G. H. M. Lawrence, Adanson i : 64, 159, 164, 175. 1963. 
Raub, Schweiz. Z. Pilzk. 46: 161. 1968 (on Haller's mycology). 
Schierbeek, Biol. Jahrb. Dodonaea 23: 348-371. 1956 (brief general biography). 
Schwarz, Centaurus 2(4): 314-348. 1953 (on H's scientific methodology, especially the 

processing of scientific literature) . 
Senebier, J., Eloge historique de Albert de Haller, . . . avec un catalogue complet de ses 

oeuvres. Geneve (Isac Bardin) 1778 (see e.g. Musees de Geneve 179: 2. 1977). 
Smit, P., Hist, life sciences 947-949, 1050. 1974 (q.v. for modern publication on Hallers non- 
botanical activities) . 
Smit, P., Hist, life sciences 947-949, 1050. 1974 (q.v. for modern publications on Hallers non- 
botanical activities) . 
Smith, J. E., Sel. corr. Linnaeus 2: 228-436. 1821 (corr. H. and Linnaeus). 
Stafleu, F. A., {in G. H. M. Lawrence et al.,) Adanson i : 312-313, 327. 1963; Linnaeus and 

the Linnaeans 374 [index]. 1971 (general botanical ideas) ; in Daniels and Stafleu, Taxon 

21(2/3): 330- 1972 (portr.). 
Steck, Nova Acta Leop. ser. 2. 27: 7-18. 1963 (letters to Haller by Johann Heinrich 

Lambert). 
Wirz, Musees de Geneve 167: 7-9. 1976 (portr.). 
Wolf, R., Biographic zur Kulturgeschichte der Schweiz 2: 105-146. 1859 (portr.; n.v., fide 

Steck 1963). 
Wilmott, A. J., Bull. misc. Inf Kew 1935: 90. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 151. 1903, 3(3): 162-163, 214, xxxi, /?/. 26. 1905 

(portr.). 
Zoller, H., Bull. Mus. natl. Hist. nat. ser. 2. 30: 305-315. 1958 (on H's botanical publications 

and collections) ; Nachr. Akad. Wiss. Gott. 2a. 1958(1)): 217-251; Int. Congr. Hist. Med. 

19 (Basel) : 461-463. 1964 (Albrecht von Haller als Botaniker). 
Zuchold, E. A., Jahresber. naturf Ges. Halle 5: 19. 1853. 

handwriting: Smith, J. E., Sel. corr. Linnaeus 2: pi. /j, 16. 1821; Lindeboom, Haller in 
Holland 35. 1958; Candollea 30: 383-384. 1975; Musees de Geneve 179: 9. 1977. 

eponymy: Halleria Linnaeus (1753). 

POSTAGE stamps: Switzerland 30 c. (1934) yv. 281 ; 5 + 5 c. (1958) yv. 616. 

2302. Alberti Haller . . . De methodico studio botanices absque praeceptore. Dissertatio in- 
auguralis quum primum anatomes, botanices et chirurgiae professionem publicam ordinariam 
in Academia Georgia Augusta regio jussu capesseret ad diem xii Oct. mdccxxxvi. Gottingae 

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[Gottingen] (apud Abramum Vandenhoeck Academiae typographum) s.d. [1736]. Qu. 
[Meth. stud. hot.). 

Publ.: 12 Oct 1736, p. [i]-32. Copies : MO, NY. - Reprinted in Haller, Opuscula sua 
botanica 35-74. 1749. 

2303. Dissertationem botanicam de Pedicularibus quae specimen est historiae stirpium in 
Helvetia sponte nascentium rectore magnificentissimo serenissimo et potentissimo principe 
Georgio II . . . reliqua publico eruditorum examini subiicit praeses D. Albertus Haller . . . 
et respondens Arnoldus Julius Johannes Richers hoyensis ad diem xii. Oct. mdccxxxvii. 
h.l.q.s. Gottingae [Gottingen] (Stanto I. C. L. Schultzii, Acad. Typogr.) s.d. [1737]. Qu. {De 
Pedicular.). 

Publ: 12 Oct 1737, p. [i-vi], [i]-44. Copy: NY. 

2304. Ex itinere in sylvam hercyniam hac aestate suscepto Observationes botanicas eruditorum 
examini proponunt praeses Albertus Haller ... in Academia Georgia Augusta et respondens 
Fridericus Ludovicus Christianus Cropp . . . ad d. [ ] octobr. mdccxxxviii. h.l.q.s. Gottingae 
[Gottingen] (sumtu Mich. Turpionis) s.d. [1738]. Qu. [Observ. bat.). 

Thesis issue: 16 Oct 1738 (p. [2]), p. [i-iv], [1-70], [1-2, theses], i pi. (uncol. copper engr.). 
Copy: USDA. 

Trade issue: Alberti Haller . . . Observationes botanicae ex itinere in sylvam hercyniam anno 
mdccxxxviii suscepto. Gottingae [Goettingen] (sumtu Mich. Turpionis) s.d. -Publ. : 1 738 
(after 16 Oct 1738), p. [i]-70, [1-2, theses], i pi. (id.). Copy: MO. 

Reprint: in Haller, Opuscula sua botanica 75-152. 1749. 

2305. Alberti Haller . . . Iter helveticum anni mdccxxxviiii. Gottingae [Gottingen] (sumtu reg. 
univers. offic. librariae) 1740. Qu. {Iter helv.). 

Publ.: 1740 (p. [vi]: 31 Oct 1739), p. [i-vi], [i]-i20, pi. 1-2, uncol. copper engr. Copy: USDA. 
Reprint: in Haller, Opuscula sua botanica 167-320. 1749. 

2306. D. Alberti Haller . . . Enumeratio methodica stirpium Helvetiae indigenarum. Qua omnium 
brevis descriptio et synonymia compendium virium medicarum dubiarum declaratio no- 
varum et rariorum uberior historia et icones continentur. Gottingae [Gottingen] (Ex officina 
academica Abrami Vandenhoek) 1 742, 2 vols. Fol. (2 sheets/sign.) . {Enum. meth. stirp. Helv.). 

Vol. i: 1742 (p. iv: 20 Jul 1742; GGA 27 Sep 1742), portr. Haller, p. [i-iv], [i]-424, />/. i-g 

(uncol. copper engr.). 
Vol. 2: 1742 (id.), p. [i], 425-794,/?/. 70-2^ (id.). 
Copies: BR, G, MO, NY, U; IDC 5945. 
Emendationes et auct.: Bernae 1759, p. [i]-47- Copy: USDA. 

2307. Alberti Haller . . . Flora jenensis Henrici Bernhardi Ruppii ex posthumis auctoris 
schedis et propriis observationibus aucta et emendata accesserunt plantarum rariorum 
novae icones, Jenae [Jena] (Sumptibus Christ. Henr. Cunonis) 1745. Oct. {Fl.jenens.). 
Original author: Heinrich Bernhard Ruppius (1688-1719). 

Publ.: 1745 (p. [vi]: 11 Sep 1744), p. [i-xvi], chart, [i]-4i6, [1-22, index; i, err.],/?/. 7-5, 
uncol. Copy: BR. This is ed. 3 of H.B. Rupp, Flora jenensis, 1718, q.v. 

2308. Opuscula sua botanica prius edita recensuit retractavit auxit conjuncta edidit Albertus 
Hallerus. Gottingae [Gottingen] (apud. Jo. Wilh. Schmid, Acad, bibliop.) 1749. Oct. 
{Opusc. hot.). 

Publ.: 1749, p. [i-viii], [i]-396, with 4 copper engravings. Copies: L, US, USDA; IDC 6198. 

2309. Enumeratio plantarum horti regii et agri Gottingensis aucta et emendata ab Alberto de 
Haller horti praefecto. Gottingae [Gottingen] (Apud Viduam Abrami Vandenhoeckii) 
1753. Oct. {Enum. pi. Gotting.). 

Publ.: Apr 1753 (Ostern 1753, fide GGA 14 Jun 1753; preface 6 Dec 1752 hence pre- 
linnaean), p. [i]-lxxx, [i]-424, [1-18, ind.]. Copies: G, MO, NY, US, USDA; IDC loi. 

Ref.: Da 1967; HU 546; RS p. 86; Sotheby no. 315. 
Fuchs, H. P., Taxon 12: 204-205. 1963. 

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2310. Enumeratio stirpium, quae in Helvetia rariores proveniunt. [Lausanne 1760] Oct. 

{Enum. stirp.). 

PubL: 1760 (rev. GGA 3 Jun 1762, sic), p. [i]-56. Copies: G; IDC 102. 

231 1. Albertiv. Wslltr Historia stirpium indigenarum Helvetiae inchoata . . . Bernae (Sumptibus 
Societatis typographicae) 1768, 3 vols. Fol. [Hist, stirp. Helv.). 

i: [i*-iv*], i-lxiv, [i]-444,/)/. 1-20, publ. 17 Mar-8 Aug 1768. 

2: [i], [i]-323,/'/. 21-44, jyb. 1768 ["hie tomus Lausanne editus 1767" Haller in copy at P],/)/. 

JO and J4 on one plate. 
3'- [i]' [i]'204, />/. ^5-^5. 1768 ["ex prelo prodiit 25 mart. 1 768 et eodem tempore Lausannae" 

idem]. 

Copies: BR, G, MICH, MO, NY, U. The plates are uncoloured copper engravings, some signed 
C. J. Rollinus. All three volumes were reviewed in Jenaische Zeit. gel. Sachen of 8 
Aug 1 768. The dates of publication can be accepted to be i : 1 7 Mar-8 Aug 1 768 ; 2 : 1 767 ; 
3 : 25 Mar 1 768. - The names only (with some amendments) were published in Nomenclator 
stirpium Helvetiae indigenarum, Bern 1769, see no. 2312. 
Additamenta: see Roemer, Arch. Bot. 1(2): 1-12. 1797. 
Ref.:DA 1967; DU 125; NAF 1(1): 160, 9(6) : 437; RS p. 86; IDC 5946. 

Suter, Flora Helvetica, Zurich 1802 (provides binary names for Haller's species described 

in the Historia). 
Bonnet, J. de Bot. 3: 359. 1889; Bull. Soc. bot. France 41: cxlvii-cli. 1894 (on a copy 

annotated by Haller) . 
Wilmott, J. A., Bull. misc. Inf Kew 1935: 90 (proposal to treat names in this work as not 

validly published (not accepted)). 
De Beer, Ann. Sci. 9: 1-46. 1953. 

2312. Nomenclator ex Historia plantarum indigenarum Helvetiae excerptus auctore. Bernae (Sum- 
ptibus Societatis Typographicae) 1769. Oct. [Nomenclator) 

Publ. : 1 769 (p. iv: 8Jun 1768), p. [i]-iv, [i]-2i6. Copies: BR, FH(2), G (interleaved), MICH, 
MO, NY, US. - No binary names. According to NZgS of 1 1 Aug 1 768 the book was to be 
available at the Michaelis-Messe, late Sep 1 768. There is no indication that the book was 
actually published in 1768. The Nomenclator lists the names of the //wtona (1768) (2311) 
with several amendments. 

2313. Bibliotheca botanica. Qua scripta ad rem herbariam facientia a rerumi initiis recensentur 
. . . Tiguri [Ziirich] (Orell, Gessner, Fuessli, et. Socc.) 2 vols. 1771-1772. Qu. [Bibl. bot.). 

Vol. i: 1 77 1 (p. xvi: i Jan 1771), frontisp. portr. Haller, p. [i]-xvi, [i]-654. 

Vol. 2: \-i-j'2 (p. [iv]:9Apr 1772), P- [i], [iJ-ySS- 

Copies: G, MO, NY. 

Facsimile ed. : Bologna (Forni) 1967, also New York and London (Johnson Reprint), 2 vols, as 
above with additional t.p.'s and in vol. 2 a facsimile reprint ofj. C. Bay, Bibliotheca botanica 
auctore Alberto de Haller. Index emendatus, Bern (Benteli et Socii) 1908 (Nat. Nov. Nov(2) 
1908), p. [i-v], 1-57. 

Index (see above, facs. ed.) : J. C. Bay, Index emendatus, 1908. Copies: MO, NY, U, US; IDC 100. 

2314. Joh. Scheuchzeri Agrostographia sive Graminum, Juncorum, Cyperorum, Cy- 
peroidum, iisque affinium historia. Accesserunt Alberti v. Haller synonyma nuperiora, 
graminum septuaginta species, de generibus graminum epicrisis. Denique plantae rhaetici 
itineris anno 1709, a J. Scheuchzero suscepti. Tiguri [Zurich] (apud Orell, Gessner, Fuessli 
& Socc.) 1775. Qu. [Agrostographia) . 

On^zVzfl/ flz^^Aor: Johann Scheuchzer (1684-1738) (orig. ed. 1719). 

Publ.: 1775 (p. viii: 9 Jun 1774), p. [i]-viii, [1-38], 1-512, index Ttt^-Xxx'*, pi. i-ii, uncol. 

copper engr., [1-24, index], appendix [by Haller:] [i]-92, j&/. 1-8, id. Copies: BR, G, M, 

MO, NY. - PL i-ii by David Herrliberger, PL 1-8 by Joh. H. Huber. 
Separate edition of A. v. Haller's appendices: "Alb. von Haller Appendices in Joh. Scheuchzeri 

Agrostographiam. Tiguri, apud Orell, Gessner, Fuessli & Socc. 1 775" Qu., p. [i], [i]-92, (p. 

2 dated 3 Dec 1772). Copy: WU (no plates). 

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2315. Beschreibung der Geschlechter, Arten und Spielarten des Getreydes. Aus dem Lateinischen des 
sel. Herrn Albrechts von Haller. Mit Kupfern. Bern (bey der alten typographischen 
Gesellschaft) 1781. Oct. [Beschr. Geschl. Getreyd.). 

Publ.\ 1781, p. [i], [i]-94, I uncol. copper engr. Copy: M. - Translation o{"Genera, species et 
varietates cerealium", sermo i, Nov. Comm. Soc. Gott. 5: 1-23, sermo 2, ib. 6: 1-22. 

2316. Histoire des plantes suisses, ou matiere medicale et de I'usage economique des plantes; 
par M. Alb. de Haller . . . Traduit du Latin (chez la Societe typographique) 1791, 2 vols. 
Oct. {Hist. pi. suisses) . 

Publ: 1791. Copies: B, MO. - Vol. /: p. [i]-vi, [i]-368; Vol. 2: p. [i], [i]-36o. - See also Haller, 
Matiere medicale tiree de Halleri Historia stirpium indigenarum Helvetiae, Bern 1 776, 2 vols, 
(transl. P. R. Vicat) ( see BM 2: 774; Rehder 3: 89). 

2317. Alberti von Haller hones plantarum Helvetiae, ex ipsius historia stirpium helveticarum 
denuo recusae, cum descriptionibus clarissimo auctoris, ejusque praefatione de rebus historiam 
naturalem Alpium helveticarum illustrantibus. Additis notis editoris. Bernae (Sump- 
tibus Societatis Typographicae) 1795. Fol. [Icon. pi. Helv.). 

Editor: Jakoh Samuel Wyttenbach (1748- 1830). 

Ed. i: 1795 (pref. 17 Mar 1795), p. [i]-xxxviii, [i]-68,j&/. i-j2 (on 4.6 sheets, nos.28-2g,jj-j4, j^- 

37,39-40, 43-44 combined on one sheet), uncoloured copper engr. by C.J. Rollinus. Copies: 

BR, G, M, NY {pi. 39, 40 separate). 
Ed. 2: 1813, p. [i]-xxxviii, [i]-68, plates idem {hut pi. 39 and 40 sometimes on different leaves). 

Copies: G, MO, NY (/?/. 39, 40 combined), USDA. - "(Editio denuo emendata et renovata 

. . .)". Bernae (Sumptibus Bibliop. Typographici) . Fol. 
JVote: posthumous; compiled from a mss second ed. of no. 231 1. 

Haller, Albrecht von, filius (i 758-1823), Swiss botanist at Bern; son of A. von Haller; 
studied at Bern; followed a political and administrative career at Bern (temporarily at 
Interlaken) paralleling a scientific career as professor of botany at the Bern medical institute 
(1798) and director of the Bern botanical garden (1806). [Haller/.). 

HERBARIUM and types: G. -Another, small, herbarium is at BERN. The main herbarium at 
G, willed by Haller to the "Bibliotheque de Geneve" is mainly central European; it is 
incorporated in the general herbarium. This gift led to the establishment of the Geneve 
Conservatoire botanique. 
Ref.: Crepin, F., Annu. Jard. Cons. bot. Geneve i: 12-31. 1897 {Rosa). 

Arvet-Touvet, J . M. C, ib. i: 68-89. i^97- 

Wettstein, R. von, ib. 5: 127-130. 1901. {Gentiana). 

Hackel et Briquet, ib. 10: 26-98. 1907. {Gram.). 

Cavillier, F. G., in}. Briquet, Bull. Soc. bot. Suisse 50a: 254-255. 1940. 

Miege & Wuest, Saussurea 6: 130. 1975. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 10: 642, 2(1): 405; Barnhart 2: 115; BM 2: 775; Bossert 
p. 160; Dryander 5: 70; Hortus 3: 1 194 ("Haller f"); IH 2: 251 ; Kew 2: 561 ; PR post 3729. 
Briquet, J., Bull. Inst. natl. Genevois 37: 178-198. 1907 (portr.); Bull. Soc. bot. Suisse 50a: 

248-258. 1940 (bibl.). 
Burdet, H., Musees de Geneve 179: 13-16. 1977 (portr.). 
Candolle, A. P. de, Mem. souvenirs 300, 353. 1862. 

handwriting: Candollea 30: 386. 1975. 

Haller, Gottlieb Emmanuel von ( i 735- 1 786) , Swiss statesman and botanist at Bern ; son 
of Albrecht von Haller senior. {G. Haller). 

herbarium and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 115; Dryander i: 180, 3: 19; PR 3730 (ed. i: 
4086-4089); Rehder 5: 359-360; SO 266, 267, 2468, 251 1; Tucker i: 312. 
Hulth, J. M., BrefSkrifv. Linne 2(1): 120. 1916. 

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2318. Dubiorum contra sectionem septimamfundamentorum botanicorum illustris Linnaei. Manipulus 
primus. Quo Philippe Conrado Leonhardo summos in medicina honores ex animo adgratu- 
latur Theophilus Emanuel Hallerus . . . Gottingae [Gottingen] (Apud Victorin-Bossiegel) 
1753. Qu. {Dub. fund. bot. Linn.). 

Manipulus primus: 1753, p- [i]-i9- 

Manipulus secundus: "quo Joanni Adriano Theodore SproegeHo ..." 1753, p. [i]-i5- 

Copy: B. - Manipulus tertius-quintus, 1 753, not seen but mentioned by PR. Not in HA 2 : 397. 
See PR ed. i , nos. 4086-4089 for the complete series of pamphlets dealing with this criticism of 
Linnaeus. 

Ref.: HA 2: 397; PR 3730; Rehder i : 530 (Dubia . . . J. G. Zimmermano . . . gratulatur, 
Goettingae 1751, 24 p.!, see also PR ed. i : 4087.) 

Hallier, Ernst Hans ( 1 83 1 - 1 904) , German botanist and parasitologist, professor of botany 
at Jena but mostly living in Miinich; nephew and pupil of Schleiden. {Hallier). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Ainsworth p. 30; Andrews p. 274; Barnhart 2: 1 15; BFM 10 

15; BM 2: 775-776, 6: 428; Bossert p. 160; CSP3: 140, 7: 892-894, 10: 1 19, 12: 307, 15: 592 

DeToni i : Ivii, 2: Ixii; DTS i : loi, 6(4): 146; DSB6: 72-73; Frank 3 (Anh.): 40; GFB p. 58 

GR p. 85; Hortus 3: 11 94 ("E. Hallier"); Kew 2: 562; Jackson p. 555 [index]; Langman p. 

345; LS 10742-10824, 34024; NAF ser. 2. 4: 43; NI 776; Plesch p. 249; Ratzeburg p. 221- 

222; Rehder 5: 360; TL-2/1592; Tucker i : 312. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1905: 56; Bot. Zeit. 63(2): 32. 1905. 

Christiansen, W. & W., Bot. Schrifttum Schlesw. -Hoist. 315. 1936. 

Deby, J., Bibl. micr. micrograph, studies 3: 30. 1882 (bibl. diat. publ.). 

Engler, A., Bot. Jahrb. 37(Beibl. 84): 3. 1906. 

Fischer-Benzon, R.J. D. von, in P. Prahl, Krit. Fl. Schleswig-Holstein 2:21. 1890. 

COMPOSITE works: (i) published ed. 5 of D. F. L. von Schlechtendal et al.. Flora von 
Deutschland, 30 vols, and ind., 1880-1888. 

(2) W. D.J. Koch, Taschenbuch der deutschen und schweizer Flora, ed. 7 and 8, published and edited 
by Ernst Hallier, see under W. D.J. Koch. See TL2/3805. 

(3) W. D. J. Koch, Synopsis der deutschen und schweizer Flora, ed. 3, vols. 1-3, by E. Hallier, 
continued by R. Wohlfarth and A. Brand, 1890- 1907; see under W.D.J. Koch, TL 2/3804. 

(4) Z^itschriftfiir Parasitenkunde, E. Hallier ed., vols. 1-4, 1869- 1875. 

(5) Contributed to Primit.fl. costaric. (Th. Durand et H. Pittier) ; see TL 2/1592. 

2319. De Cycadeis quibusdam fossilibus in regione Apoldensi repertis. Dissertatio philosophica 
quam pro gradu doctoris philosophiae rite obtinendo scripsit Ernestus Hallier hamburgensis. 
lenae [Jena] (typis Schreiberi etfil.) 1858. Oct. {Cy cad. Joss.). 

Publ: late, prob. Nov-Dec 1858 (Flora rd. 14-28 Dec 1858, Bot. Zeit. 24 Dec 1858), p. [i]-24. 

Copies: NY, WU. 
Ref.: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 16: 379-380. 24 Dec 1858. 

2320. Die Vegetation auf Helgoland. Ein Fiihrer fiir den Naturfreund am Felsen und am 
Seestrand. Zugleich als Grundlage zu einer Flora von Helgoland . . . Hamburg (Otto 
Meissner) 1861. Oct. {Veg. Helgoland). 

Ed. /:Jun 1861 (p. vii:Jan 1861 ; Flora rd 28 Oct. 14 Nov 1861 ; "eben erschienen" Bot. Zeit. 

12 Jul 1861), p. [i]-vii, [viii, cont.], [i]-48, 4pl. Copies: B. BR, FH, G(2), NY. 
Ed. 2: 1863 (Flora rd. 10-21 Oct 1863, announced as "Neuigkeit" 11 Sep 1863; Bot. Zeit. 21 

Aug 1863), p. [i-v], [i]-56, 4 pi. Copies: B, MO. "Zweite mit einer vollstandigen Flora 

vermehrte Ausgabe." Hamburg (Otto Meissner). Oct. 

Ref: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 19: 223. 2 Aug 1861 (rev. ed. i), 21 : 250. 21 Aug 
1863 (rev. ed. 2). 
Hallier, E., Bonplandia 9: 227-230. 1861. 

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2321. Nordseestudien . . . Mit 27 indenTextgedruckten Holzschnittenund 81ithographirten 
Tafeln. Hamburg (Otto Meissner) 1863. Oct. {Nordseestudien). 

Ed. i: 1863 (BSbF Jan 1864) p. [i-viii], [i]-336,/)/. 1-8 (liths. by Otto Meissner). Copies: G, 

MO. 
Ed. 2: 1869, p. [i-viii], [i]-336,/>/. 1-8. Copy: B. -Title: ''Helgoland. Nordseestudien . . . zweite 

Ausgabe." Hamburg (id.). 

2322. Der grossherzoglich sachsische Botanische Garten zu Jena. Eine Anleitung fiir Studirende 
und Freunde der Pflanzenkunde . . . Leipzig (Verlag von Wilhelm Engelmann) 1864. Oct. 

[Bot. Cart. Jena) . 

Publ.: 1864, p. [i, iii], [i]-59. Copy: NY. 

2323. Die pflanzlichen Parasiten des menschlichen Korpers. Fiir Arzte, Botaniker und Studirende 
zugleich als Anleitung in das Studium der niederen Organismen . . . Leipzig (Verlag von 
Wilhelm Engelmann) 1866. Oct. {Pfl. Paras. Menschi. Korp.). 

Publ.: Jan-Mai 1866 (Flora 30 Mai 1866, BSbF rev. 13 Jun 1866), p. [i, iii], iv, [i]-ii6, 

pi. 1-4, partly col. Copies: B, M, NY, USDA. 
Re/.: Hoffmann, Bot. Zeit. 24: 241-243. 27 Jul 1866. 

2324. Deutschland's Flora oder Abbildung und Beschreibung der daselbst w^ildwachsenden 
Pflanzen. In naturgetreu colorirten Abbildungen. Vollstandig in einhundert Lieferungen. 
Achte vollstandig umgearbeitete und vermehrte Auflage. Leipzig (Wilhelm Baensch Ver- 
lagshandlung) 1868- 1870. Qu. {Deutschl. FL). 

Publ.: 1868-1870, in 100 parts, p. [i*-iii*], [i-xxxvi], /?/. 1-500, (col. hths.). Copy: NY. - 
Published anonymously. See 2325 for ed. 9, published under Hallier's name. For Flora von 
Deutschland see above under composite works. 

2325. Deutschlands Flora, oder Abbildung und Beschreibung der wildwachsenden Pflanzen 
in der mitteleuropaischen Flora. Mit fiinfliundert colorirten Kupfertafeln. Neunte durchaus 
neu bearbeitete Auflage. Text von Dr. Ernst Halher . . . Leipzig (Wilhelm Baensch Verlags- 
handlung) s.d. [1873- 1875]. Qm- [Deutschl. FL). 

Publ: In parts, 1873-1875, p. [i*-iii*], [i]-xxi, [i, h.t.], [i]-224, /)/. 1-500, unsigned hand- 
coloured engraved plates. Copies: MICH, MO, NY, US. - The original covers (at least 
some) have an imprint "Dresden. Wilhelm Baensch Verlagshandlung". 
It is most likely that the title goes back to J. Sturm, Deutschlands Flora (i 798-1 861) q.v. - 
Anonymous editions of "Deutschlands Flora" (ed. 7 anded. 8) v^ere published Leipzig 1864- 
1868 (7) and ib. 1868-1870 (8). These anonymous editions are also attributed to Ernst 
Hallier, e.g. by Collins (Sotheby 318: ed. 8) (see 2324). 

2326. Excursionsbuch, enthaltend praktische Anleitung zum Bestimmen der im Deutschen 
Reich heimischen Phanerogamen. Jena (Verlag von Hermann Dufft) 1874. Oct. [Exkursions- 
buch). 

Ed. i: 1874 (Bot. Zeit. 10 Jul. 1874), n.v. 

Ed. 2: Mai 1876 (p. iv: Feb 1876; "soeben" Mai 1876 in Bot. Zeit. 34: 368 and in Flora 59: 

256. I Jun 1876), p. [i]-xvi, [i]-288. Copies: B, NY. - "Zweite vermehrte Ausgabe" Jena 

(id.) 1876. Oct. 

2327. Flora der Wartburg und der Umgegend von Eisenach. Fiir natursinnige Besucher der 
Wartburg und zum Schulgebrauch ausgearbeitet von Ernst Hallier . . . Jena (Verlag von 
Gustav Fischer, vormals Friedrich Mauke) 1879. Oct. [Fl. Wartburg). 

Publ.:]\in-]u\ 1879 (p. viii: Apr 1879; Nat. Nov. Jul(2) 1879, Bot. Zeit. 25 Jun 1880) p. [i]- 

viii, [i]-84. Copy: G. 
Ref.: N.L., Bot. Zeit. 38: 462. 1880 (rev.). 

2328. Untersuchungen iiber Diatomeen insbesondere iiber ihre Bewegungen und ihre vegetative 
Fortpflanzung . . . Gera-Untermhaus (Verlag von Fr. Eugen Kohler) 1880. Oct. [Unters. 
Diatom.). 

Publ.: 1880 (p. vi: Feb 1880), p. [i]-vi, [7]-32,jf)/. 1-2 (col. liths. auth.). Copy: FH. 

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HALLIER, H. J. G. 

Hallier, Hans [Johannes] Gottfried (1868-1932), German botanist who collected in 
Indonesia and the Philippines and who settled ultimately (Nov 1908) at Leiden; son of Ernst 
HalHer. {H. Hallier). 

HERBARIUM and types: HBG; duplicates of his Indonesian collection in many herbaria, e.g. 
BO; mosses e.g. at H. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Backer p. 251-252; Barnhart 2: i i6;BJI i : 24, 2: 66-67 ;BM 

2: 776, 6: 428; BL 1 : 1 13, 299; CSP 15: 592; OR p. 85; Hortus 3: 1 194 ("H. G. Hallier") ; IH 

2: 251; Kew2: 562-563 ;JW 2: 191 ; Langmanp. 345-346; Moebiusp. 145, 206; MWp. 149- 

150; Rehder 5: 360; SBC p. 121 ("Hall."); SK i : 212-214 (portr., itin. Indon.); Tucker i : 

312-314. 

Bergdolt, E., Karl von Goebel ed. 2: 25, 127. 1941. 

Hallier, H., Das proliferierende personliche und das sachliche, konservative Prioritatsprin- 
zip in der botanischen Nomenklatur. (aus: Ueber Kautschuklianen und andei'e Apo- 
cyneen . . . Jahrb. Hamb. Wiss. Anst. 17: 55-64. 1899. 3. Beiheft: Arbeiten des Bot. 
Museums) Hamburg 1900, (on the absence of a mechanism to weed out individual 
legalistic nomenclatural decisions not supported by taxonomic knowledge; an essay very 
characterisdc of this colourful scientist), (see also HalUer's Mm Vorschldge, ]ahrh. Hamb. 
Wiss. Anst. 22: 33-46. 1905); Short sketch of the life and scientific education of Hans 
HalHer, Ph.D., Leiden 1910 (handwritten text at L and U; copy FAS). 

Herzog, Th., Pflanzenw. Boliv. Anden 17. 1923 (Veg. Erde 15). 

Merrill, E. D., Contr. U.S. nad. Herb. 30(1): 142. 1947. 

Sirks, M. J., Ind. natuurond. 171, 181, 212. 1915. 

Wulff, E. v., Intr. hist, pl-geogr. 173, 197, 200. 1943. 

COMPOSITE works: Convolvulaceae, in Durand et Pittier, Primitiae florae costaricenses 1(3), 
1896, TL 2/1592; cf also Bull. Soc. Bot. Belg. 35 (Mem.): 268-276. 1896. 

handwriting: F1. males, ser. i. i : cl. 1950; Taxon 19: 908. 1970. 

eponymy: Hallieracantha Stapf (1908). 

2329. Bausteine zu einer Monographie der Convolvulaceen. Geneve (Imprimerie Romet) 1897. 
Oct. [Bausteine Monogr. Convolv.). 

Publ.: Mai 1897, (t.p. preprint), p. [i]-i04, pi. 12-18, uncol. hths. with text. Copy: US. - 
Preprint from Bull. Herb. Boissier 5(5): 366-387 (Mai), 736-754 (Sep), 804-820 (Oct), 
996-1013 (Nov), 1021-1052 [Dec], pi. 12-18. 1897. Continuedib. 6: 714-724,/)/. ig. i4Sep 
1898, 7: 408-418. 31 Mai 1899. 

2330. Indonesische Acanthaceen. Halle a. S. (Druck von Ehrhardt Harras) 1897. Qu. [Indones. 
Acanth.). 

Publ.: Sep-Oct 1897 (mss. pres. 3 Jun 1887; Nat. Nov. Nov(2) 1897; Bot. Zeit. 16 Dec 1887), 
p. [i], [i]-48, [= i95-24o],/>/.5i-/6', uncol. hths by M.Kromohardjo.Coj&?>i-:G,M,USDA. 
- Nova Acta Leopold. 70(3). 1897. 

2331. Uber die Verwandtschaftsverhdltnisse der Tubifloren und Ebenalen, den polyphyletischen 
Ursprung der Sympetalen und Apetalen und die Anordnung der Angiospermen iiberhaupt. 
Vorstudien zum Entwurf eines Stammbaums der Bliitenpflanzen von Hans Halher. s.l.n.d. 
Qu. [Verwandtschaftsverh. Tubifl.). 

Publ.: Aug 1901 (Nat. Nov. Sep(i) 1901), p. [i], [i]-ii2. Copy: M. - Abh. naturw. Ver. 
Hamburg 1901. 

2332. iiber die Verwandtschaftsverhdltnisse bei Engleis Rosalen, Parietalen, Myrtifloren und in 
anderen Ordnungen der Dikotylen von Dr. Hans Halher. s.l.n.d. [Hamburg 1903]. Qu. 

{Verwandtschaftsverh. Rosal.). 

Publ. : Oct-Nov 1903 (Nat. Nov. Dec(i) 1903), p. [i]-98. Copy: M. - Abh. naturw. Ver. 
Hamburg 1903. 

2333. Liber Juliana, eine Terebinthaceen-Gattung mit Cupula, und die wahren Stamm- 
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HAMBERG 

eltern der Katzchenbliitler. Neue Beitrage zur Stammesgeschichte nebst einer Ubersicht liber 
das natiirliche System der Dicotyledonen von Dr. Hans Hallier . . . Dresden (Verlag von C. 
Heinrich) 1908. Oct. [Juliania). 

Publ.: M2a-]\xn 1908 (Bot. Zeit. i Sep 1908 ; Nat. Nov. Jul(i) 1908), p. [i], [i]-2io. Copies:M, 
US. 

Halsted, Byron David (1852-19 18), American botanist and pioneer phytopathologist ; 
graduate of Michigan Agricultural College; D.Sc. Harvard 1878; amateur baseball pitcher; 
at Iowa Agricultural College 1885- 1889; one of the original members of the Advisory board 
for the North American Flora; professor of botany at Rutgers College and botanist at the New 
Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station 1889-1918. (Halst.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Herbarium material collected in C. America at CS, K, ILL, MASS, 
MICH, NY, PUR, UTC, VT, WVU. Halsted also distributed (1893) "a century of weed 
seeds" in vials with printed labels. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 ; 116; BL i : 197,299; Bossert p. 1 60 ; CSP i o : 122, 
14: 824, 15: 596-598; IH 2: 251 ; Kew 2: 564; Lenley p. 209; LS 1 0829-1 1056, 34025-34091 
(major source of bibl. details!); NAF 7(15) : 1067; NW p. 47; Rehder 5: 360; Stevenson p. 
1244 ("Halst."); Tucker i: 314. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1919: 152, 1921: 14; Nature 102: 93-94. 1918; Torreya 18(8): 176. 7 Sep 

1918; Proc. Iowa Acad. Sci. 19: 33-35. 1912, 20: 31-33. 1913. 
Boone, W., Hist. bot. W. Virg. 34. 1965. 
Cook, Bot. Gaz. 67(2): 169-170. 1919 (portr.). 
Britton, N. L., J. New York Bot. Card. 19: 221. 1918. 
Ewan, J. et al.. Short hist. bot. U.S. 83. 1969. 
Fairchild, Phytopathology 9(1): 1-6. 1919 (portr.). 
Hesler, Biogr. Sketches North Amer. mycol. 1975, mss. 

Murrill, W. A., Mycologia 10(6): 293-294. 1918; Historic found, bot. Florida 35. 1945. 
Phihps, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 132, 450, 1963. 
Rickett, H. W., Index Bull. Torrey bot. Club 42-43. 1955. 
Rodgers, A. D., Liberty Hyde Bailey 495 [index]. 1949. 
Stevens et al., Amer. J. Bot. 7: 305-317. 1920. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 179. 1903, 3(3): 196. 1905. 
Wood, R. D., Monogr. Charac. i : 813. 1965. 

COMPOSITE works: (i) American agriculturist, managing editor 1879-1885. 

(2) Bulletin Torrey bot. Club, Associate editor (1890-1893). 

(3) Associate editor to Systematic flora of North America (later North American Flora) 1890- 
1893- 

thesis: Classification and description of the American species of Characeae, Proc. Boston 
Soc. nat. Hist. 20: 169-190. 5 Mar 1879. 

eponymy: Halstedia F. L. Stevens (1920). 

Hamberg, Knut Herman Rudolf ( 1 873- 1 920) , Swedish insurance inspector and botanist 
in Stockholm. {Hamb.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown; some Scandinavian cryptogams at C. Exsiccatae: Kryp- 
togam-herbarium. Innehallande 100 arter kryptogamer, fordelade pa 35 arter mossor, 10 arter 
alger, 25 arter lavar och 30 arter svampar. Stockholm (Gullberg & Hallbergs boktr.) 1895, 
sets at LD, H, O, S, S-PA, and UPS. 
Ref.: Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19: 27-28. 1969. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : 117; GR p. 489-490 ; IH 2 : 25 1 ; KR p. 26 1 ; LS 

11057a. 

2334. Enumeratio plantarum Sueciae, Norvegiae, Fenniae et Daniae. Forteckning ojver 
Skandinaviska halfons, Finlands och YidinmdLYksfanerogamer och karlkryptogamer utarbetad af 

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HAMBERG 

K. Hermann R. Hamberg. s.l.n.d. [Stockholm] (I. Marcus' boktr.-a.-b.) 1897]. Oct. 

[Fdrteckn. Skand.fan.). 

Publ. : Aug-Oct 1897 (Nat. Nov. Nov(2) 1897; Bot. Not. 4 Nov 1897), p. [i]-i33. Copies: G, 

NY. 

Hamel, Gontran Georges Henri ( 1883- 1944), French algologist; studied at Lille (lic.sc. 
191 2) ; connected with the oceanographic stations of the Museum d'Histoire naturelle from 
1918, from 1927 at its Laboratoire de Cryptogamie, Paris; died while trying to reach Paris by 
bicycle just before its Hberation in August 1944. {Hamel). 

HERBARIUM and types: PC. Exsiccatae: 

(i) Algues de France, fasc. 1-3, nos. 1-50; fasc. 4, nos. 151-200 issued by Mme. A. Hamel- 

Joukov. Fasc. i : Dec 1929, 2: Feb 1930, 3:Jun 1931,4: Oct 1959. Sets at B, C, DW, FH, 

MICH, PC, WPS. (100 sets published of fasc. i). 
(2) Algues des Antilles frangaises, collected by G. Hamel and A. Hamel-Joukov, 20 sets issued, 

fasc. 1-3, nos. 1-150, Paris 1931 (publ. late 1932). Sets at B, BM, C, FH, L, MICH, NY, 

PC. 
Ref.: Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19: 76-77. 1969. 
Koster, J. T., Taxon 18: 553. 1969. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 1 17; IH 2: 251 ; Kew 2: 565. 
Feldmann, J., Rev. algol. ser. 2. 1(1): 3-10. 1954 (portr., bibl.). 

eponymy: Hamelella F. Borgesen (1942). 

2335. Serie A. No. 1 120. No d'ordre 1971. Theses presentees a la Faculte des Sciences de 
Paris pour obtenir le grade de docteur es-sciences naturelles par Gontran Hamel. ire These. 
Recherches sur les genres Acrochaetium Naeg. et Rhodockorton JVaeg. 2e These . . . Soutenues le [16, 
autogr.] Decembre 1927, . . . Saint-Lo (Imprimerie R.Jacqueline . . .) 1927. Oct. {Rech. 
Acrochaetium) . 

Publ.: Shortly before 16 Dec 1927, p. [i-v], [i]-i 17, [i, these]. Copy: FH. 

2336. Chlorophyce'es des cotes frangaises s.d.n. I. [1930-1931]. Oct. {Chlorophyc. cotes f rang.). 
Publ.: Reprint with independent pagination of a series of three papers in the Revue 

algologique. 



[I] 
[2] 
[3] 



i930> P- [i]-54, Rev. algol. 5(1): [i]-54. 
Jan 1931, p. [57]-i04,/)/. 5, Rev. algol. 5(3/4): 383-430. 
1931, p. 105-168, Rev. algol. 6(1): 9-73. preface material: [i]-xv, published with 



complete reprint (1931). 

2337. Pheophycees de France. Paris 1931-1939. Oct. {Pheophyc. France). 
Publ.: in five parts. Copies: FH, G, US. 

/: i93i,p. [i]-8o; 

^■- 1935- P- 81-176; 

3- 1937, P- 177-240; 

4: 1938, p. 241-336. 1938; 

5: i939> P- 337-43i> [432, expl. pi.], [i]-xlvi, [xlvii[,/)/. i-io. 

Reprint: 1975, Amsterdam, Holland (Linnaeus Press), as above, copy: NY. 

Hamilton, Arthur {Jl. 1832), Genevese botanist. {A. Ham.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. - No biographical or bibliographical details of Arthur 
Hamilton are known to us. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 117; BB p. 136; BM 2: 778; CSP 3: 146; 
Hortus 3: 1 194 ("A. Hamilt.") ; Kew 2: 566; Langman p. 346; PR 3744 (ed. i : 4097). 
Bentham, G., Labiat. gen. sp. 420. 1834. 

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2338. Esquisse (Tune monographie du genre Scutellaria, ou Toque, par M. Arthur Hamilton, . . . 
suivie du retablissement du genre Scorodonia de Moench et d'un memoire sur le fruit et 
I'embryon des Labiees, par M. N. C. Seringe, Lyon (Louis Perrin) 1832. Oct. [Esq. monogr. 
Scutellaria) . 

Co-author: Nicolas Charles Seringe (i 776-1858). 

Publ.: Apr 1832 (BF 28 Apr 1832) p. [i]-67,j&/. 1-2. Copies: G, HH, MO, NY. -Also published 

as one of the [separately paged] parts of volume i of the Ann. Soc. Linn. Lyon, 1826- 1836, 

p. [i]-67. 

Hamilton, Francis (ne Buchanan) (1762- 1829), Scottish physician and botanist in the 
Bengal medical service 1 795-1815; superintendent Botanic Garden Calcutta 1814-1815. {F. 
Ham.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Main collections at BM, E, and K; further material at AWH, CAL, 
G, LINN, OXF. Mss and drawings of Burmese plants at BM ; letters in Smith corr. at LINN. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : i i8;BBp. 136; BM i ; 274, 2: 778, 6: 153; Clokie 
p. 176-177; CSP 1 : 692; Desmond p. 281 ; DNB 7: 186; IH 2: 104; Jackson p. 383; Kew 2: 
566; Lasegue p. 138- 141 ; RS p. 86; SK i : 214, 5: 49, 8: xvii; TL-2/1, no. 1497; Tucker i : 

314- 

Burkill, I. H., Chapt. hist. hot. India 19, 47, 190, 236, 239. 1965 (under Buchanan as well as 

Hamilton). 
King, G., J. Bot. 37: 458-459- 1899. 

Mabberley, D. J., Taxon 26(5/6): 523-540. 1977 (on H's Commentaries). 
Prain, D., Ann. R. bot. Gard. Calcutta 10(2): i-lxxv. 1905. (main biogr. and bibl.). 
Sims, J., Bot. Mag. pi. 2170 (text). 1820. 

Smith, Lady P., Mem. Corr. J. E. Smith i : 555. 1832, 2: 85-88. 1832. 
Steenis-Kruseman, M.J. van, Fl. males, ser. i. 5: 49, cclxxviii. 1958. 
Wight, R., zwW.J. Hooker, Bot. misc. 2: 91. 1831. 

COMPOSITE works: (i) Sowerby, J. and J. E. Smith, English botany, mosses. 

(2) T>on,D., Prodr.Jl. nepal. 1825 (TL-2/1, no. 1497) is based on plants collected by H. and by 
Wallich. 

(3) Hamilton, Fr., A commentary on the Hortus malabaricus. Trans. Linn. Soc. 13(2): 474-560. 3- 
19 Dec 1822; 14(2): 1 7 1-3 12. 15 Nov 1825; 15(1): 78-152. 9 Feb 1827; i7- 147-252. 25 Mai 
1837 (IDC 8308). (See Mabberley 1977). 

eponymy: Buchanania K. P.J. Sprengel (1802); Buchanania]. E. Smith (1806). 

2339. Some notices concerning the plants of various parts of India, and concerning the Sanscrit 
names of those regions . . . Edinburgh (printed by P. Neill) 1823. Qu. [Not. pi. India). 
Publ.: 1823, p. [i-ii], [i]-i6. Copy: G. - Preprinted from Trans. R. Soc. Edinburgh 10: 171- 

186. 1826; see also Flora 9: 689-704. 1826. 

Hamilton, William (1783- 1856), British physician and traveller. {W. Ham.). 

HERBARIUM and types: P (via Desvaux herbarium); some plants also in the Turczaninow 
herbarium (CW). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: ii8;BBp. 137; BM 2: 778, 6: 430; CSP 3: 147- 

148, 6: 681; Dawson p. 392; Desmond p. 282; Dryander 5: 267-268; Frank 3(Anh.): 40; 

Henrey 2: 381, 382; Jackson p. 368; Kew 2: 567; Langmanp. 346; NWp. 47; PR 3745 (ed. 

1 : 4101) ; Rehder 5: 361 ; Tucker i : 314; Zander ed. 10, p. 667. 

Anon., Rev. Bibl. Pay Bas 19 Mai 1827 (rev. Prodromus plantarum Indiae occidentalis). 

Harshberger, J. W., Bot. Philadelphia 446. 1899. 

PhiUips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 567. 1963. 

Urban, I., Symb. ant. i: 64-65. 1898, 3: 55-56. 1902. 

eponymy: Hamiltonia Miihlenberg ex Willdenow (1806) and Hamiltonia Roxburgh (1824) 
are dedicated to William Hamilton (1745- 18 13), American botanist. 

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2340. Prodromus plantarum Indiae occidentalis hucusque cognitarum, tarn in oris Americae 
meridionalis, quam in insulis antillicis sponte crescentium, aut ibi diuturne hospitantium; 
nova genera et species hactenus ignotas complectens . . . Londini [London] (Treutel et 
Wiirtz, Treuttel Jun. et Richter), Parisiis et Argentorati [Strasbourg] (Treuttel et Wiirtz) 
1825. Oct. {Prodr.pl. Ind. occid.). 

Publ.: 1825 (presented to Paris Acad, on 10 Apr 1826; rev. Rev. Bibl. Pays Bas 19 Mai 
1827), p. [i]-xvi, [i]-67, / handcol. plate. Copies: G, MO, NY, US, USDA; IDC 5947. - 
"Wir miissen uns . . . gliicklich schatzen, dass H. seine Absicht, alle Pflanzen Westindiens 
in einem grosserem Werke zu beschreiben, nicht zur Ausfiihrung gebracht hat." (Urban, 
see above). 

Hammar, Olaf Niklas (i 821- 1875), Swedish botanist; Dr. phiL Lund 1847, lecturer ib. 
1849-1859; later "telegrafkommissarie" at Ronneby. [Hammar). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknovs^n; S? (see Sayre, Bryologist 80: 509. 1978). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 118; BM 2: 779; Kew 2: 567; Jackson p. 495; 
KR p. 262; Langman p. 347; MW p. 150; Rehder i : 119; SBC p. 121 ("Hammar") ; TL- 

2/53- 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1849: 204; J. Bot. 13: 383. 1875. 

Scheutz, N.J. W., Bot. Not. 1875(5): 158-159. 

COMPOSITE works: See J. Agardh, Syst. alg. advers. pars 2 (O.N. Hammar resp.), TL 2/53. 

2341. Monographia Orthotrichorum et Ulotarum Sueciae quam consent, ampl. facult. philos. 
Lundensi p.p. Olaus Hammar, botanices docens, et Nic. Wilh. Theod. Hoist, Scanus. In 
audit, i die xxix maji mdccclii, h. a.m. viii. P. i [-ii]. Lundae [Lund] (typis Berlingianus) 
1852. Oct. [Monogr. Orthotrich. Ulot. Suec). 

Pars r. 29 Mai 1852, p. [i*], [i]-ix. 

Pars 2: 29 Mai 1852, p. [i], [i]-30, co-defendant Petrusjoh. Piscator. 

Copy: NY. 

2342. En monografi qfver sldgtet Fumaria. Akademisk afhandlung som med vidtberomda 
filosofiska fakultetens tillstand kommer att offenthgen forsvaras afOlof Hammar, Docent i 
botanik, pa auditoriet n:o i den 14 Decemb. 1854, kl. 9. f. m. Lund (tryckt uti Berlingska 
Boktryckeriet) 1854. Oct. [Monogr. sldgt Fumaria). 

Publ.: i4Dec 1854, p. [i]-xvi, [i]-58, [1-3, err., ind. ],/>/. /-// (uncol. lith. author). Copies: G, 

NY. 
Re/.: Anon., Bot. Zeit. 13: 832. 23 Nov 1855; review by "I" ibid. 14: 335-340. 9 Mai 1856. 

2343. Monographia generis Fumariarum . . . Upsaliae [Uppsala] (typis exscripsit C. A. Leffler) 
1857. Qu. [Monogr. gen. Fumar.). 

Preprint:] an- Aug 1857 (Bot. Zeit. 18 Sep 1857; Bot. Not. Sep 1857; Flora 7-14 Oct 1857), p. 

[i], [i]-50, pi 1-6 (uncol. liths. by author). Copies: K, L, MO, NY, WU. "Ex Actis Reg. 

Soc. Sc. Ups. serie iii, vol. ii, part, i." Nova Acta Soc. Sci. Ups. ser. 3.2(8) : 257-306,/)/. 1-6. 

1858 (copies reprint with journal pagination: BR, NY). 
Ref.: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 15: 653-655. 18 Sep 1857 (rev. preprint). 

Anon., Flora 41 : 13-15. 7 Jan 1858 (rev. preprint). 

Hammer, Christopher (i 720-1804), Norwegian botanist and administrator; studied 
theology and law at Copenhagen; from 1752 "General-Konduktor for Landet og 
Kjobstaederne i Aggerhus Stift", from 1758 "Kancelliraad"; from 1778 "Justitsraad". 

[Hammer) . 

HERBARIUM and types: TRH (library and collections went to the Trondhjemske Videnskab- 
ernes Selskab). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 118; BM 2: 779; Bossert p. 161 ; Dawson p. 839; 

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Dryander 2: 28; Kew 2; 567; Jackson p. 334; PR 3749-3750 (ed. i : 4102-4103) ; Rehder 5: 

361; SO add. 754 e. 

Belsheim, Arch. Math. Naturvid. 9: 428-430. 1884 (on autobiogr.). 

Christensen, C, Danske Bot. Hist. 2: 74-75. 1924 (bibl.). 

Dahl, Nyt Mag. Naturvid. 32: 285-338. 1892 (corresp.); Norsk Havetidende 11(12): 177- 

183. 1895. 
Hagen, I., K. Norske Vid. Selsk. Skr. 1897(3): 47-48. (portr.). 
Warming, E., Bot. Tidsskr. 12: 63-64. 1880 (bibl.). 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2) : 169. 1903. 

2344. Florae norvegicae prodromus . Forlober af Norske flora eller planterige. Udi systematisk og 
Linnaeisk dragt efter sexualsystemet. Kjobenhavn (Trykt hos P. Horrebows Enke) 1794. 
Oct. [Fl. norveg. prodr .) . 

Publ.: 1795 (t.p. 1794; 1 795 fide Christensen p. 74), p. [i]-x, [i]-i64, [i i, notes], Coj^: G. - 
For criticism (by Rafii, "Augean stable") and anticriticism see refs. in Christensen p. 74. 

Hammerschmid, Anton (i 851 -1933), German Franciscan monk and botanist, educated 
at Miinchen; from 1889 ^^ the monastery of Bad Tolz. {Hammerschmid) . 

HERBARIUM and types: In 1934 still in the Franciscan monastery at Miinchen. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 119; Kew 2: 568; SBC p. 121 ("Hammers."). 
Familler, I., Denkschr. bay. bot. Ges. Regensburg 1 1 : 17. 1911 (refs. to H's Beitr. Moosflora 

von Oberbayern). 
Holzappel, Ber. bayer. bot. Ges. 21: 61-64. '934 (portr.). 

2345. Excursionsflora fiir Tolz und Umgebung, Walchensee, Kochelsee, Tegernsee, Schlier- 
see und die angrenzenden bayerischen Alpen. Landshut (Verlag der Jos. Hochneder'schen 
Buchhandlung (H. Welti)) 1897. Oct. (Exc.-Fl. Tolz). 

Ed. i: Aug 1897 (Nat. Nov. Sep(i) 1897; Bot. Zeit. 16 Sep 1897), p. [i*], [i]-vi, [i]-44, [i, 
h.t.], [11-365, [i, err.]. Copy: B. 

Later ed.: Apr 1928 (Nat. Nov.), p. [i-viii], [i*]-58*, [i]-479. Copies: B, USDA. "Exkur- 
sionsjlora fiir die deutschen Alpen" und das nachstliegende Vorland. Miinchen (Druck und 
Verlag der Graph. Kunstanstalt A. Huber . . .) Oct. {Exk.-Fl. deut. Alpen). 

Hampe, Georg Ernst Ludwig (1795-1880), German botanist; pupil ofK. P.J. Sprengel; 
apothecary at Blankenburg (Harz) 1825- 1876; Dr. phil. h.c. Goettingen 1875. [Hampe). 

HERBARIUM and types: The original bryophyte herbarium of about 25.000 specimens is at 
BM. Hampe issued series of exsiccatae [Florae herciniae; Vegetabilia cellularia in Germa- 
nia septentrionale praesertim in Hercynia lecta) which are in many herbaria. The British Museum 
(Natural History) also possesses copies of Hampe's published works with manuscript notes by 
the author. Lichens at BREM and WRSL (fide GR) ; fungi also at G (fide Hawksworth) ; 
bryophytes also at FH, G, GOET, H, L, PC. 

i^e/".: Anon., Flora 64: 240, 272, 288. 1881 (sale herb.); J. Bot. 19: 192. 1881 (herb, bought by 
BM). 
Murray, G. R. M., Hist. Coll. BMNH 153. 1904. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 6(i): 56; Barnhart 2: 119; BM 2: 779-780; Bossert p. 
161 ; CSP 3: 154-155, 7: 896, 10: 125-126, 12: 308; DTS 1 : 371 ; Frank 3(Anh.) ; 40; GR p. 
17, cat. p. 64 ("Hampe") ; Hawksworth p. 183; Hortus3: 1 194 ("Hampe"); IH 2: 252; Kew 
2: 568; Jackson p. 153, 305, 373, 375; KR p. 263; Lenley p. 210; LS 1 1066-1 1078; NAF ser. 
2. 9: 122-123; NI 780; PR 3752-3754 (ed. i: 4106-4108); Rehder 5: 362; SBC p. 121 
("Hampe");TL-2/45i, see index; Tucker 1:314; Urban-Berl. p. 287, 301 ; Zander ed. 10, p. 
667. 
Anon., Bot. Gaz. 7: 52. 1882; Bot. Not. 1881: 39; Bot. Zeit. 39: 21, 359, 360 (sic). 1 881, 45: 

1 12. 1887 (sale of Hampe material from Wigand herb.) ; Flora 63: 546. 1880; J. Bot. 19: 

223-224. 1881. 
Bescherelle, E., Rev. bryol. 8: 55-56. 1881. 

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Busch, in Lorent, Biogr. Skizzen brem. Aerzte und Naturforscher i8i. 1844. 

Drude, O., Hercyn. Florenbez. 8. 1902 (Veg. Erde 6). 

Hampe, G. E. L., Flora 53: 103-105. 1870 (title of paper: "InkeinemTeilederBotanik wird 

soviel Unfug getrieben als in der Bryologie"). 
Miiller, Karl, Die Natur, Halle 30: 47-48. 1881 (portr. on p. 43); Leopoldina 17: 106-108, 

123-125. 1 88 1, (reprinted from Die Natur with addition of bibl.). 
Reiche, K., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Chile 32. 1907 (Veg. Erde 8). 
Rodgers, A. D., "Noble Fellow" William Starling Sullivant 348 [index]. 1940. 
Stafleu, F. A., Regn. veg. 71 : 338. 1970. 
Weberbauer, A., Pflanzenw. Peruan. Anden 30. 191 1 (Veg. Erde 12). 

COMPOSITE works: (i) Klima, Vegetation und Flora des Harzes, in Brederlow, Der Harz- 
Braunschweig 1845, p. 86-1 1 1 (PR 3754; ed. i : 4108). 

(2) Contributed to Lehmann, Plantae preissianae (1844-1847), see no. 4332. 

(3) Idem to Triana et Planchon, Prodromus florae novogranatensis. vol. 2, 1865-1866; see no. 
2348. 

(4) Idem to Karl Miiller, Synopsis muscorumfrondosorum, q.v. 

(5) Warming, E., Symb.fl. Bras, centr., parts 8, 10, 19, 24, Muscijrondosi, Vid. Medd. naturh. 
For. Kjobenhavn 2: 267-296. 10 Oct 1870, 4: 36-59. 26 Apr 1873, ^' 129-178. i4jun 1874, 
9/10: 251-274. 4 Feb 1879 (also with independent pagination.) (Dates courtesy Mrs. Fox- 
Maule). 

eponymy: Hampea D. F. L. Schlechtendal (1837); Hampeella K. A. F. W. Mueller Hal. 
(1881). 

2346. Prodromus florae hercyniae oder Verzeichniss der in dem Harzgebiete wildwachsenden 
Pflanzen. Nach dem Sexualsystem geordnet von Ernst Hampe . . . Halle (gedruckt in der 
Gebauerschen Buchdruckerei) 1836. Oct. {Prod.fl. hercyn.). 

Publ.: Dec 1836 (p. 4: Jul 1836; publ. in Linnaea; Flora rd. 8 Mai 1837), p. [i-ii], [i]-90. 

Copies: BR, L, M, NY. - Reprinted or preprinted from Linnaea 11: 17-105. Dec 1836. 
Nachtrdge: Linnaea 12: 549-574. Nov 1838, 13: 363-366. Oct-Dec 1839, 14: 323-349. Oct- 

early Nov 1840, 15: 377-384. Jun-Dec 1841, 16: 380-383. Sep-Nov 1842, 17: 671-674. 

Apr-Jun 1844. 
Zusdtze: Bericht Naturw. Ver. Harz 1846- 1847: 2-5. 
kef.: Anon., Lit. Ber. Flora 7: 83-91. 28 Jul 1837. 

Wallroth, C. F. W., Linnaea 14: 1-158, 529-704. 1 840-1 841 (critical analysis). 

Stafleu, F. A., Regn. veg. 71 : 307. 1970. 

2347. Icones muscorum novorum vel minus cognitorum. Bonnae [Bonn] (Sumptibus Henry & 
Cohen) 1844, 3 decades. Oct. [Icon. muse.). 

Publ. : The three decades were received together by Hinrichs at Leipzig only on 17-18 Mar 
1845. The 30 uncoloured Hths. are by K. Miiller. Copies: G, NY, Steere, U, USDA. 

/: [i-v], [20 p. text, 2 per plate],/?/, i-io. 
2: [i, iii], [20 p. id.],j&/. 11-20. 
j: [i, iii], [20 p. id.], pi. 21-30. 

i?^/.:Nl78o;PR3753(ed. 1:4107). 

K. M., Bot. Zeit. 3: 162-163. 7 Mar 1845 (rev.). 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1845: 99-100. Jun 1845 (rev.). 

2348. Prodromus florae novo-gratens [sic] ou enumeration des plantes de la Nouvelle-Grenade 
avec description des especes nouvelles, par MM. J. Triana et J. E. Planchon. Musci. Exposuit 
E. Hampe. [Paris (Imprimerie de E. Martinet) 1865]. Oct. {Prodr.fl. novo-grat., musci). 
Publ. :]un 1865-Mai 1866 (injournal), p. [i]-i35. Copy: Steere. -Reprint with independent 

pagination from Ann. Sci. nat. Bot.,ser. 5. 3: 337-376. Jun 1865,4: 324-378. Dec 1865, 5: 
301-342. Mai 1866. - The full series (see under Triana) was also issued as a reprint with 
independent pagination in which the Musci take up vol. 2, p. 397-531. 

Addenda: Bot. Zeit. 27: 865-870. 1869. 

Ref.: Anon. [Miiller, K.], Leopoldina 17: 123. 1881 (bibl. no. 3). 

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HAN BURY, D. 

2349. Musci frondosi a cl. Krause in Ecuador, Prov. Loja collecti s.l.n.d. [1869]. {Muse, frond. 

Ecuador) . 

Publ.: ]u\ 1869 (publ. in Bot. Zeit.; reprint dated i Oct 1869 at G), p. [i]-ii- Copy: G. - 
Original publ: Bot. Zeit. 27: 433-437. 2 Jul 1869, 449-457. 9jul 1869. 

2350. Flora hercjnica oder Aufzaehlung der im Harzgebiete wildwachsenden Gefaesspflan- 
zen. Nebst einem Anhange, enthaltend die Laub- und Lebermoose . . . Halle (G. 
Schwetschke'scher Verlag) 1873. Oct. {Fl. hercyn.). 

Publ. -.Jun 1873 (Bot. Zeit. 1 1 Jul 1873, J. Bot. 1 1 : 256. 1873), P- [i]-viii, [i]-383, [384, err.]. 

Copies: B, G, L, M, NY. 
Re/.: Ascherson, P. F. A., Bot. Zeit. 31 : 555-560, 568-574, 585-589, 601-604. 1873. 

Geheeb, A., Rev. bryol. 3(6): 91-92. 1876. 

2351. Enumeratio muscorum hactenus in provinciis brasiliensibus Rio de Janeiro et Sao Paulo 
detectorum . . . Havniae [Kjobenhavn] (apud Andr. Fred. Host & filium, Universitatis 
bibliopolas. Typis Bianco Luno) 1879. Oct. [Enum. muse). 

Publ. :Sep-Oct 1879 (Nat. Nov. and Flora Oct 1879), p. [i-iv], [i]-92. Copies: BR, FH, G(2), 
MO, NY(2), Steere. - Reprinted, with independent and original pagination and added 
preface, from Vid. Medd. naturh. For. Kjobenhavn ser. 4. 1-2: 73-164. 1879- 1880. 

Additamenta ad Enumerationem . . . post mortem auctoris publ. A. Geheeb, Egenburg 1881, 
41 p. Oct., publ. Sep 1881 (Nat. Nov. Oct 1881 ; Rev. bryol. Dec 1881). 

Hamy, Theodore Jules Ernest (1842- 1908), French anthropologist, ethnologist, and 
historian of science. {Hamy). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 119; BM 2: 780, 6: 430; CSP 7: 896-897, 10: 

126-127, 15:61 1-612; Kew 2: 568; Langman p. 247; Quenstedt p. 185-186; Rehder 5: 362; 

Tucker i : 314. 

Anon., Nature 79: 138, 166-167. 1908. 

Cordier, Nouv. Arch. Mus. Hist. nat. ser. 5. i : xi-c. 1909 (bibl. 1866- 1908 with many details; 

portr.). 
Gillot, F. X., Bull. Soc. Hist. nat. Autun 22: 19-26. 1909. 
Hamy, E., Resume destravauxscientifiquesdeM. E. T. Hamy, Paris (Hennuyer),Sep 1887, 

56 p.; PubHcations scientifiques de M. le Dr. E.-T. Hamy. Paris (Impr. natl.) 1 901, 28 p.; 

Memorial de famille. Angers (A. Burdin et Cie.) 1905, vi, 92 p. (fide Cordier 1909). 
Perrier et al.. Bull. Mus. Hist. nat. 14(7): 321-326. 1908. 
Sauvage, C., Bull. Soc. acad. Boulogne-sur-Mer 8: 417-442. 1909 (portr., bibl.). 

2352. Les derniers jours du Jardin du Roi et la fondation du Museum d'histoire naturelle. Paris 
(Imprimerie nationale) lojuin 1893. Qu. {Derniers jours Jard. Roi). 

Publ. :io]un 1893 (^ot. Zeit. i Nov 1893), p. [i-iii], [i]-i62. Copy: NY. 

2353. Joseph Dombey medecin, naturaliste, archeologue, explorateur du Perou, du Chili et 
du Bresil (i 778-1 785). Sa vie, son oeuvre, sa correspondance, avec un choix de pieces 
relatives a sa mission, une carte et cinq planches hors texte . . . Paris (Librairie orientale & 
americaine E. Guilmoto, . . .) 1905. Oct. {Dombey). 

Publ.: 1905 (p. iii: 31 Jul 1905), p. [i*-ii*], front., [iii*-iv*], [i]-cviii, map, [cix], [i]-434. 
Copy: }ohn Wurdack. 

2354. Aime Bonpland medecin et naturaliste explorateur de I'Amerique du Sud, sa vie, son 
oeuvre, sa correspondance avec un choix de pieces relatives a sa biographic, un portrait et 
une carte. Paris (Librarie Orientale & Americaine, E. Guilmoto) s.d. [1906]. Oct. {Bon- 
pland) . 

Publ.: 1906 (p. x: 28 Aug 1906), frontisp., p. [i]-xcvii, map, [i, h.t.], [i]-300. Copies: G, 
USDA. 

Hanbury, Daniel (1825-1875), British pharmacologist and botanist; travelled in Syria 
i860; brother of Sir Thomas Hanbury. {D. Hanb.). 

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HANBURY, D. 

HERBARIUM and types: PHA (600) ; further material at BM, GE, K. Letters at Kew; library 
at PHA. 

Ref.: Anon., J. Bot. 13: 192. 1875 (bequest of coll. to BM and K), 15: 32. 1877 (materia 
medica and herb, of medical plants to PHA). 
Kent, D. H., Brit, herbaria 58. 1957. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: BBp. 137; BM 2: 780; Bossert p. 161; Bret. p. 815-816; CSP 

3: 15^.156, 7: 897-898, 10: 127; Desmond p. 282; DNB 24: 270-271; IH 2: 252; Jackson p. 

555; Kew 2: 569; KR p. 264; Langmanp. 347; Moebiusp. 417; MW p. 151; Plesch p. 227; 

PR 3755; Saccardo i : 215, 2: 57; SO Add. I993b-c; Tucker i : 315. 

Allan, M., The Hookers of Kew 201, 203-204. 1967. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1876: 30; Bull. misc. Inf Kew 1893: 187 and Bull. Soc. bot. France 23 

(bibl.j: 48. 1876 (Hanbury medalhon) ; Proc. Linn. Soc. 1874/5: xlvii-1; J. Bot. 13: 127- 

128. 1875; Nature 11:428-429. 1875, Gard. Chron. ser. 2. 3:429-430. 1875, ser. 2. 4: 112. 

1875; Proc. Roy. Soc. London 24: ii-iii. 1876. 
F., Bot. Zeit. 33: 326-327. 1875. 
Gray, A., Sci. papers 2: 401-402. 1889. 
Hanbury, D., Science papers, chiefly pharmacological and botanical, ed. byj. Ince. London 

1876, 544 p. (with biogr. memoir by FKickiger) (see alsoTrimen, J. Bot. 14: 314-315. 

1876.). 
Milner, J. D., Cat. portr. Kew 57-56. 1906 (on plaster cast from 1875 medallion). 

eponymy: Hanbuna [sic] B. C. Seemann (1858). 

2355. Pharmacographia. A history of the principal drugs of vegetable origin, met with in Great 
Britain and British India . . . London (Macmillan and Co.) 1874. Oct. {Pharmacographia). 
Co-author: Friedrich August Flueckiger (1828- 1894). 

Ed. r. Oct-Nov 1874 J. Bot. Nov 1874; Bot. Zeit. 12 Feb 1875), p. [i]-xv, [xvi], chart, [i, 

h.t.; 2, err.], [i]-704. Copies: HH, NY. 
Ed.2:'Hov. i879(p. x: Oct 1879; Nat. Nov. Nov(2) 1879; J. Bot. Dec 1879; Bot. Zeit. i6Jan 

1880), p. [i]-xx, [i]-8o3. Copy: HH. - "Second edition". London (id.) 1879. Oct. 
French translation: see below. 

Ref.: Trimen, H., J. Bot. 13: 52-54. 1875. 

De Bary, H. A. de, Bot. Zeit. 33: 647-648. 1875. 

2356. Histoire des drogues d'origine vegetale par F.-A. Fluckiger . . . et Daniel Hanbury . . . 
traduction de I'ouvrage anglais "Pharmacographia" augmentee de tres nombreuses notes 
par le Dr. J.-L- de Lanessan . . . avec une preface par H. Baillon et 320 figures dessinees pour 
cette traduction par L. Hugon . . . Paris (Octave Doin, editeur . . . ) 1878, 2 vols. Qu. [Hist. 
drog. ve'g.). 

Co-author: Friedrich August Flueckiger (1828- 1894). 

/: Jan 1878, p. [i]-xi, [xii, err.], [i]-667. 
2: Jan 1878, p. [i-iii], [i]-67i, [672, err.]. 

Copy: U. 

Ref.: Trimen, H., J. Bot. 16: 29. Jan 1878. 

Hanbury, Frederick Janson (i 851- 1938), British industrial pharmacist, botanist, horti- 
culturist, and specialist on Hieracium; cousin of Daniel Hanbury. {F. Hanb.). 

HERBARIUM and types: BM (20.000), further material at AK, CGE, OXF. 
Ref. : Kent, D. H., Brit. herb. 59, 1957. 

Goulding, Rec. Auckland Inst. Mus. 12: loi. 1975. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Bamhart 2 : 120; BL 2 : 246-247 , 312, 664 ; BM 2:781; Clokie 
p. 177; CSP 15: 79, 614, 17: 43; Desmond p. 283; Hortus 3: 1194 ("Hanb."); IH 2: 252; 
Kew 2: 569; NI 781 ; Rehder 5: 363; Tucker i : 315. 

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HANBURY, T. 

Anon., Gard. Chron. 1932: 392; The Times 3 Mar 1938 (fide Desmond). 

Curtis, Orchid Rev. 42: 66-67. 1934 (portr.), 46: 128. 1938. 

Hall, Bot. Soc. Exch. CI. Brit. Isl. Rep. 12(1): 19. 1939. 

Praeger, R. L., Proc. R. Irish Acad. 7: cxxi. 1901. 

Pugsley, Nature 141 : 544. 1938. 

Ramsbottom, J. Bot. 76: 211-212. 1938. 

Verdoorn, F., Chron. bot. 4(3): 261. 1938. 

Wallis, Proc. Linn. Soc. London 150: 318-319. 1938. 

note: Edited eds. 8-1 1 of the London catalogue of British plants, 1886-1925 (see under H. C. 
Watson). Hanbury bought the copyright of the Catalogue from Boswell-Syme in 1888. After 
the latter's death Hanbury purchased his herbarium, which was later presented to BM. 

2357. An illustrated monograph of the British Hieracia. By Frederick Janson Hanbury, F.L.S. 
The drawings chiefly by Miss G. Lister; a few by Mrs Frederick J. Hanbury . . . London 
(published by the author) 1889- 1898, 8 parts. Qu. (///. monogr. Brit. Hieracia). 

Part r.]u\ 1889, p. [i]-8,j&/. 1-3. 
Part 2: Oct 1889, p. Q-16, pi. 4-6. 
Part 3: Mar i8go, p. 17-24,/)/. 7-9. 
Part 4: Dec 1890, p. 25-32,/?/. 10-12. 

Part ^i Mai 1891, p. 37-46, />/. 13-13, (p. 33-36 never issued). 
Part 6': Jun 1894, p. 45-54,/)/. 16-18, (p. 45-46 reprinted). 
Part7:]\xn 1896, p. 53-60,/)/. 19-21, (p. 53-54 reprinted). 
Part 8: Mar 1898, p. 61-69,/)/. 22-24. 

Issued with coloured plates (6/-per part), and uncoloured plates (4/-) ; (hand-coloured) liths. 
by Miss G. Lister and Mrs F.J. Hanbury. Copies: G, MO, NY. -Even though parts 9- 12 were 
announced by Nat. Nov. Jun(i) 1899 and Bot. Zeit. (i Aug 1899), these were never 
published; see note by Britten (J. Bot. 42: 54. 1904) "so far as we can ascertain, there is no 
prospect of the continuance of the work". 

Ref: Hanbury, F. J., J. Bot. 30: 129-134, 165-170, 206-209, 258-261, 366-370. 1892, 31 : 16- 
19, 1893 (Further notes on Hieracia . . .). 

2358. A tentative list of British Hieracia by Frederick J. Hanbury, F.L.S. With accompanying 
notes . . . [London] 1894. Oct. {List Brit. Hieracia). 

Publ.:]u\-Kug 1894, p. [i]-9, chart. Co^j: MO. -Reprinted from J. Bot. 32: chart Jul 1894), 
225-233- (Aug 1894). 

2359. Flora of Kent being an account of the flowering plants, ferns, etc., with notes on the 
topography, geology, and meteorology, and a history of the botanical investigation of the 
county. London (Frederick J. Hanbury) 1899. Oct. [Fl. Kent). 

Co-author: Edward Shearburn Marshall (1858-1919), vicar of Milford, Surrey. 

Publ.: early Jun 1899 (p. vi: Mai 1899; Nat. Nov.Jun(2) 1899; J. Bot. Jun 1899; Bot. Zeit. i 

Jul 1899), 2 maps, p. [i]-lxxxiv, [i]-444 (introduction and historical summary, p. Ivi- 

Ixxvi, by Benjamin Daydon Jackson). Copies: G, MO, NY. 
Ref: BrittenJ., J. Bot. 37: 275-279. 1899. 

Hanbury, Sir Thomas (1832-1907), British horticulturist and botanist; from 1852-1867/71 
merchant at Shanghai; settled in Italy at La Mortola, Ventimigha ( 1867/7 1-1907) ; founder 
of the Hanbury Botanical Institute at Genoa; brother of Daniel Hanbury. {T. Hanb.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Some herbarium material and letters at K. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 120; BB p. 137; BM 2: 781, 6: 431; Bossert p. 
161 ; Desmond p. 283; IH 2: 252; Kew 2: 569; MW p. 151 ; Plesch p. 249; Rehder 5: 363; 
Saccardo i : 88 ; Tucker i : 315, 361, 436. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1907: 167; Gard. Chron. 1054: 172. 1907 (portr.); Florida mortolensis. 

Ventimigha 1905, 91 p.; BuU. misc. Inf Kew 1907: 132-136; Bot. Zeit. 65(2) : 160. 1907; 

Proposed congratulatory address to Sir Thomas Hanbury, April 1907, s.l., 8 p. (prepared 

for H's 75th birthday on 21 Jun 1907; H. died 9 Mar 1907). 

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HANBURY, T. 

Britten, J., J. Bot. 45: 216. 1907. 

Cavillier, F. G., Boissiera 5: 52. 1941. 

Hill, Trans. Proc. Bot. Soc. Edinburgh 23: 355-358. 1908. 

Jepson, W. L., Torreya 7: 109. 20 Mai 1907. 

King, Proc. Linn. Soc. London 119: 46-48. 1907. 

Mario, E. and L. Maurizio, La Mortola garden, Hortus mortolensis, London 1938 (portr. ; 

description of garden with some historical details). 
Nelmes and Cuthbertson, Curtis Bot. Mag. dedic. 1827-1927, p. 262. 1932 (portr.). 
White, A. and B. L. Sloane, Stapelieae i : 133. 1937 (portr.). 

dedication: Bot. Mag. vol. 1 19 (see above sub Nelmes). 

Hance, Henry Fletcher (182 7- 1886), British botanist; vice-consul at Whampoa, Canton 
and Amoy (1844- 1886). [Hance). 

HERBARIUM and types: BM (ca. 23.000). Other Chinese material in B, BR, CGE, CN, FI, 
GRA, K, LE, MO, P, S, U, W, YU. - Letters at K. 
Ref.: Britten, J. Bot. 22: 96. 1884 (rumored destr. herb.). 

Note: Britten (1884) commenting on the rumored destruction of Hance's library and 
herbarium "during the serious riot of the natives on the British concession at Canton last 
year" reasssured the readers of the Journal of Botany that recent letters "make no mention of 
such a calamity, although he must have passed a mauvais quart d'heure during the disturbance" 
[question: who go out in the midday sun together with the mad dogs?]. Actually Hance had 
indeed lost his books and herbarium during the burning of the foreign factories at Canton in 
December 1884. During the Shameen riot at Canton in 1883 Hance wrote home: "Inter 
arma silent Musae and I am afraid Britten will find my reed very voiceless this year." 
Hance, J. Bot. 5: 136. 1867: "Mainly occupied with matters unconnected with Botany [he 
was on his honeymoon] ... in the month of June, 1852, I gathered a heath ... an Erica 
which I determined at that time ..." 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Backer p. 253; Barnhart 2: 120; BB p. 137; BJI i : 24; BM 2: 
781 ; Bret. p. 365, 532, 632-652; CSP 3: 156, 7: 898-900, 10: 127-129, 15: 614; DTS i : 102; 
Desmond 283; DNB 24: 272-273; Hortus 3: 1 194 ("Hance") ; IF p. 701 ; IH 2: 252; Kew 2: 
569; Jackson p. 555; Langman p. 347; MW p. 151-156; Plesch p. 249; Rehder 5: 363; RS p. 
86; SK 1 : 214-215, 5: cclxxxiii; TL-2/427, 1814; Tucker i : 315; Zander ed. 10, p. 667. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1887: 47;Bot.Jahrb. 8 (Beibl. 19). i887;Bot. Gaz. 11:251. i886;J. Bot. 24: 

256. 1886; Nat. Nov. 1887: 176; Proc. Linn. Soc. London 1886/87: 40-41. 1887. 
Bentham, G., Fl. Hongk. 9*-io*. 1861. 
Cox, E. H. M., Plant-hunting in China 42. 1945. 
Hadfield, M., Pioneers in gardening 184-185. 1951. 

E.H.P.,J. China Branch Roy. Asiat. Soc. ser. 2. 21: 309-313. 1886 (bibl.). 
Kanitz, A., Magy. nov. Lap. 10: 136-144. 1886 (bibl.). 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg 3(3): 8^, pi. 146. 1905 (portr.). 

COMPOSITE works: Contributed to F. Forbes, Enum. pi. China see TL 2/ 18 14. 

eponymy: Hancea B. C. Seemann (1857); Hancea W. B. Hemsley (1890); Hancea Pierre 

(1891); Hanceola Kudo (1929). 

2360. Adversaria in stirpes imprimis Asiae orientalis criticas minusve notas, interjectis novarum 
plurimarum diagnosibus. Paris (Victor Masson et fils) 1866. Oct. (Advers. stirp. As. orient.). 
Publ.: 1866 (J. Bot. Aug 1867), p. [i]-62. Copy: MO. -Reprinted from Ann. Sci. nat. Bot. ser. 

5. 5: [202]-26i. 1866. To be cited from journal. 
Addition: Stirpium novarum tetras, J. Bot. 4: 171-173. 1866. 

2361. Florae hongkongensis prostheke: compendious supplement to Mr. Bentham's description 
of the plants of the island of Hong Kong . . . Reprinted, by permission, from the Journal of 
the Linnaean Society. London (L. Reeve & Co.) 1872. Oct. [Fl. hongk. prosth.). 

Publ.: 1872, p. [5]-59. Copies: MICH, NY. -Reprinted from J. Linn. Soc. Bot. 13: 95-144. 
1872, see TL-2/427. 

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Handel-Mazzetti, Heinrich, Freiherr von (1882- 1940), Austrian botanist and ex- 
plorer; Dr. phil. Wien 1907; in China 1914-1919; from 1903-1925 connected with the 
University of Vienna, from 1925-1931 at the Natural History Museum; pupil of Richard 
Wettstein; died in a car accident on i Feb 1940. [Hand.-MazZ-)- 

HERBARIUM and types: at W and WU. The first set of the moss collections from Iraq and 
China is at H. W has the main set of the Chinese and Iraq plants, WU of the Central 
European collections. Further types at FI in the Giraldi and Silvestri collections. FI has also 
many isotypes of other Handel-Mazzetti taxa. 
Ref.: Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Card. 19(3): 331. 1975; Bryologist 80: 509. 1978. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 12(2): 27; Backer p. 652; Barnhart 2: 121; BFM 814, 
1566; BJI 2: 67; BM 6: 431 ; BL 2: 405, 664; Bossert p. 162; DTS 6(4) : 76, 77, 80, 146-147; 
Hortus3: 1 194 ("Hand.-Mazz."); IFsuppl. 3: 210; IH 2: 253; Kew2: 570-572; Langmanp. 
347; Lenley p. 210; LS 11087; MW p. 156-157, suppl. p. 83-84; SBC p. 121 ("Hand.- 
Mazz.") ; Tucker i : 316. 
Anon., Rev. bryol. lichen. 16: 131. 1947. 
Collander, R., Hist. bot. Finland 40. 1965. 
Handel- Mazzetti, H. von, in Fedde, Rep. Spec. nov. 46: 82-94. ^939 (ideas on botanical 

nomenclature). 
Janchen, E., Richard Wettstein 180. 1933; Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 57: (i79)-(20i). 1939 (1940) 

(portr., extensive bibl.). 
Janchen, E., Catal. fl. austr. i : 43, 47. 1956, 890, 968. i960. 
Stapf, O., Nature 1 15: 996. 1925. 

COMPOSITE works: (i) Asclepiadaceae und Apocynaceae, in R. v. Wettstein, Ergebnisse der 
botanischen Expedition . . . nach SUdbrasilien vol. i , Denkschr. Akad. Wiss. Wien 79(2) : 377-388, 
preprints distributed 1910; vol. 79(2) was completed only in 1931. 

(2) Part 10, cent. 37-40, of R. v. Wettstein et al. Schedae adjioram exsiccatam Austro-Hungaricum, 
Wien, 1913, 132 p. 

eponymy: Handelia Heimerl (1922) ; Handeliella Skuja (1937) ; Handeliobrjum V. F. Brotherus 
(1925); Handeliodendron Rehder (1935); Mazzettia Iljin (1955); Pseudohandelia Tzvelev 
(1961). 

2362. Aus dem botanischen Institut der k.k. Universitat Wien. Monographic der Gattung 
Taraxacum . . . Herausgegeben mit Unterstiitzung der kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissen- 
schaften in Wien. Mit 2 Tafeln in Lichtdruck, 3 lithogr. Tafeln und 2 Karten . . . Leipzig 
und Wien (Franz Deuticke) 1907. Qu. {Monogr. Taraxacum). 

Publ.: Mai 1907 (Bot. Zeit. i6Jun 1907; Nat. Nov. Jun(i) 1907), p. [i]-x, [i, cont.], [i]-i75, 
pi. i-y (see above). Copies: B, G, M, MO, NY. - Motto: "Genus auctoram negligentia 
hucusque valde desolatum, taediosa sane foliorum comparatio . . . tirones tam confusos 
reddit, quam ipsi sunt Floristae" (Reichenbach, Fl. germ. exc. p. 270). - "The . . . 
Monographia ... is another remarkable example of Teutonic painstaking and thorough- 
ness." (R.M.M., 1908). 

Nachtrdge: Osterr. bot. Z. 72: 254-275. 1923. 

Ref.: R.M.M., J. Bot. 46: 205. 1908. 

Solms, H., Bot. Zeit. 65(2): 353-354. 16 Nov 1907. 
Diels, F. L. E., Bot. Jahrb. 40 (Lit.): 61. 1908. 

2363. Wissenschaftliche Ergebnisse der Expedition nach Mesopotamien, 1910. Pteridophyta 
und Anthophjta aus Mesopotamien und Kurdistan sowie Syrien und Prinkipo. [Wien (Alfred 
Holder) 1912-1914], 4 parts. Oct. {Pteridoph. Anthoph. Mesopot.). 

Publ.: Reprinted with independent pagination from Ann. k.k. naturhist. Hofmus. Wien 

191 2- 19 14 as follows {Copy: G) : 



[i]-36, /)/. 2, zn Ann. 26: 120-154. 1912. (Nat. Nov. Nov(2) 1912). 
[i]-52, pi. 1-4, 2-4, in Ann. 27: 41-92. 1913 (id. Nov 1914). 
[i]-69,/)/. z^- 75, i>2 Ann. 27: 391-459. 1913. (id. Apr 1914). 
[i]-2j, pi. 2, in Ann. 28: 14-39. i9H (P- 26-38: Nov 1913). 



43 



HANDEL-MAZZETTI 

See also, Handel-Mazzetti, Die Vegetationsverhdltnisse von Mesopotamien und Kurdistan, p. [i]-65, 
pi. 3-8, in Ann. 28: 48-1 11. 1914 (p. 65-11 1: Dec 1913). 

Ref.: Diels, F. L. E. Bot. Jahrb. 49(Lit.): 31, 62. 1913. 
Krause, Bot. Jahrb. 52(Lit.): 42. 1915. 

2364. Symbolae sinicae Botanische Ergebnisse der Expedition der Akademie der Wissenschaf- 
ten in Wien nach Siidwest-China. 1 9 1 4/ 1 9 1 8. Wien ( Verlag von Julius Springer) 1 929- 1 93 7, 
7 parts. Oct. {Symb. sin.). 

1. Algae (Skuja), [i]-viii, [i]-i05, [106, expl. pi. ],/>/. i-3,fig- 1-12. 1937 (Nat. Nov. Sep 1937). 

2. Fungi (Keissler, Lohwag), [i], [i]-79,^^- 1-3- Nachtr. Teil 5 [i p.], id. Teil 6 [i p.]. 1937 
(Nat. Nov. Sep 1937). 

3. Lichenes (Zahlbruckner), [i-ii], [i]-254, />/. /. Dec. 1930 (Bryologist, rev. i Jul 1931; Nat. 
Nov.Jan 1931). 

4. Musci (Brotherus), [i*-ii*], [i]-v, [i]-i47, pi. /-j. Jan-Apr 1929 (p. v: autumn 1928; 
Bryologist rev. 31 Mar 1930; Nat. Nov. Apr 1929). 

5. Hepaticae (Nicholson, Herzog, Verdoorn), [i-iii], [i]-6o, fig. 1-21. Jan-Aug 1930. (Bryo- 
logist rev. 1 1 Mar 1931 ; Nat. Nov. Aug 1930). 

6. Pteridophyta (Handel-Mazzetti), [i-ii], [i]-52, [i, expl. pi.],/?/. /-2. Jan-Apr 1929 (Nat. 
Nov. Apr 1929). 

7. Anthophyta (by Handel-Mazzetti) 1929-1936. 

Lief. pages pi. dates 

1 [i]-209, [210, expl. pL] 1-4 5 Oct 1929 

2 21 1-448, [1-2, id.], abbr. on p. 2 cover §-8 ioAugi93i 

3 449-730, [ I, id.], err. slip g-12 28 Aug 1933 

4 731-1186, [1-2, id.], slip abbr. 13-19 i Feb 1936 

5 II 87- 1 450, [i-ii], err. slip - 15 Sep 1936 

Copies: G, MICH, MO, NY, US, USDA (Copies differ slightly in absence and presence of 
preface material) . 

Collaborators : Heinrich Andres ( 1 883- 1 970) , Viktor Ferdinand Brotherus ( 1849- 1929), Theo- 
dor K.J. Herzog (1880-1961), Karl von Keissler (1872-1965), Heinrich Lohwag (1884- 
1945)5 .J- ^- Nannfeldt (1884-x), William Edward Nicholson (1866- 1945), Gunnar 
Samuelsson (1885- 1944), Heinrich Skuja (1892-x), Karl August Harald Smith (1889- 
i97i),E. Stibal,Frans Verdoorn (1906-x), Franz Elfried Wimmer (1881-1961), Hubert J. 
P. Winkler (1875-1941), Alexander Zahlbruckner (1860-1938). 

Ref.: A.G., AB. R(endle) et al., J. Bot. 67: 184-186. Jun 1929 (4,6); Anon., ib. 68: 286-287. 
Sep 1930 (5,7(1)); 70: 28-29.Jani932 (7(2)); 72: 150. Mai 1934 (7(3)); 74: i50-i5i.Mai 
1936 (7(4)); 74: 333-334- Nov 1936 (7(5)). 

2365. Naturbilder aus Siidwest-China. Erlebnisse und Eindriicke eines Osterreichischen For- 
schers wahrend des Weltkrieges . . . Wien und Leipzig (Osterreichischer Bundesverlag fiir 
Unterricht, Wissenschaft und Kunst) 1927. Oct. {Naturbild. Siidw. -China). 

Publ.: 1927 (p. xiv: Mai 1926), p. [i]-xiv, 1-380, map,^^. 1-148 (in part hors texte). Copies: B, 
L, NY, U, USDA. 

2366. Plantae sinenses a dre. H. Smith annis 1921-1922, 1924 et 1934 lectae. XXXHI 
Ranunculaceae. ^rta //orft ^o^^o^. 13:37-219. 1939. 

Collector: Karl August Harald Smith ( 1889-197 1). 

Publ.: Advance reprints were distributed between May and October 1939 (Ranunculaceae 

printed 11 Mai 1939; vol. 13 distr. Jul 1940; inf B. Peterson). 
Ref.: Stearn, W. T., in F.C. Stern, A study of the genus Paeonia 151. 1946. 

Handschuch, Karl Friedrich Gottfried Albert (Jl. 1832), German physician and 

botanist. [Handsch.) . 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BM 2: 781; Kew 2: 572; PR 3757 (ed. i: 41 11). 

2367. De plantis fumariaceis systematis naturalis earumque viribus et usu, adjectis descrip- 
tionibus specierum, quae in Germania crescunt, dissertatio inauguralis medico-botanica 
auctore Carole Frider. Godofr. Alberto Handschuch, . . . Erlangae [Erlangen] (typis 
Kunstmannianis) 1832. Oct. {Pl.fumariac). 

PubL: 1832, p. [i]-44. Copy: USDA. 

Hanin, L. {fl. 1800), French botanist and physician. [Hanin). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BiOGAPHY: BM 2: 781 ; Plesch p. 249; PR 3761-3763 (ed. i : 41 16-41 17); 
Rehder 5: 364; Sotheby 321 ; TL-2/1409. 

COMPOSITE works: Contributed to Desvaux, J. Bot., see TL 2/1410. 

2368. Voyage dans r empire de Flore, ou elemens d'histoire naturelle vegetale. Ouvrage ou Ton 
trouve I'analyse des legons du savant Auteur de la Flore atlantique. Par L.M.P. T***, 
medecin. Paris (Mequignon I'aine) an viii (1800), 2 parts. Oct. (in fours). [Voy. empire Flore) . 

Part i: 1800, p. [i]-x, [i]-i48, [1-2 table]. Copies: G, NY. 
Part 2: 1800, p. [i-iii], [i]-i79, [180, err.]. Copies: G, NY. 

Reissue: 1804, see Sotheby no. 321. 

Note on names: "L.M.P. T***" stands for L. Hanin; "Le savant auteur de la Flore 
atlantique" is R. L. Desfontaines. 

2369. Enumeratio plantarum circa Metas sponte nascentium, quas in continuis fere itineribus 
collegit, et summo studio cum celeberrimorum auctorum descriptionibus et iconibus rite 
redegit L. Hanin, ad usum Lycaei metensis alumnorum. Metis [Metz] (typis Collignon, . . . ) 
1806, Qu. (in twos). {Enum.pl. Met.). 

PubL: 1806, p. [i-iii], 1-28. Copy: USDA. 

Hanks, Lena (Lenda) Tracy (1879-1944), American algologist, high school teacher at 
New York. [Hanks). 

HERBARIUM and types: NY. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 121; Hortus 3: 11 94 ("Hanks"); IH 2: 253; 

Langman p. 347; TL-2/781. 

Anon., J. New York Bot. Card. 9: 57. 1908, 12: 130. 191 1. 

COMPOSITE works: NAF, Geraniaceae (with J. K. Small), 25(1): 3-24. 24 Aug 1907 (TL2/781). 

Hanna, G Dallas (1887-1970), American palaeobotanist; Ph. D. George Washington 
University 1918; curator of paleontology (later geology) at the California Academy of 
Sciences 1919-1970; Dr. sci. h.c. Univ. Alaska 1970. {Hanna). 

HERBARIUM and types: CAS; diatoms also at FH. 
Ref.: Koster, J. T., Taxon 18: 553. 1969. 

Wornardt, W. W., Int. direct, diat. 34. 1968. 

Fryxell, G., Beih. Nova Hedwigia 35: 361. 1975. 

name: The intitial G does not stand for a name (Condor 33: 210, Ewan 1955, p. 51). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 121; Bossert p. 162; Kew 2: 573; Langman p. 

347- 

Barbat, Amer. Ass. Petroleum Geol. Bull. 55(5): 757-758. 1971 (portr.). 

Ewan, J., in Cent. Progr. nat. Sci. 51. 1955. 

45 



Hulten, E., Bot. Not. 1940: 331. 

Jordan, D. S., Days of a man i : 551 et passim. 1922 (fide Ewan 1955). 

Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 617. 1963. 

COMPOSITE works: Hanna published an Index to Atlas der Diatomaceen-Kunde von Adolf Schmidt, 
Bibliotheca phycologica Band 10, 3301 Lehre (J. Cramer) 1969, ISBN 3-7682-061 1-4 (see 
also Taxon 18: 576. 1969). 

festschrift: Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. vol. 32, 1962 (contains a bibliography of 438 items). 

eponymy: Hannaites Mandra (1969). 

Hannon, Joseph Desire (1822-1870), Belgian botanist and zoologist; Dr. sci. Liege 1845; 
from 1849 at the Universite de Bruxelles. (Hannon). 

HERBARIUM and types: BR. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: i22;BM 2: 782; CSP3: 163, 7: 903, 12: 309; IH 

2: 253; Kew 2: 574; Jackson p. 271 ; Rehder 5: 364, Tucker i : 316. 

Crepin, F., Manuel fl. Belgique Ixix. i860; Guide bot. Belgique 251, 452. 1878. 

Evens, F. M.J. C, Gesch. algologie Belgie 173. 1944. 

Francqui, Bull. Soc. Bot. Belgique 9(3): 472-474. 1871. 

2370. Flore beige. Bruxelles (A. Jamar) s.d. [1847-1849]. Duod. [in sixes]. {Fl. belg.). 

Vol. i: 1847, front., p. [i]-i9i. 
Vol. 2: 1849, front., p. [i]-i84. 
Vol. 3: 1849, front., p. [i, iii], [i]-i95. 

Copies: G, MO, NY. - The copy at MO has continuous pagination throughout the three 
volumes: [i]-567. 

Hansen, Carl ( 1848-1903), Danish horticulturist; from 1879 lecturer, later professor at the 
Copenhagen agricultural college (Landbohojskolen). (C Hans.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

bibliography and biography: Barnhart 2: i23;Bossertp. 162; CSP 15: 627;Hortus3: 1194 

("Hansen"); Kew 2: 575; Tucker i: 316; Zander ed. 10, p. 667. 

Warming, E., Bot. Tidsskr. 12: 220. 1880 (bibl.). 

Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2) : loi. 1903, 3(3) : 87. 1905. 

2371. Pinetum danicum conifers collected and observed by professor Carl Hansen . . . London 
(printed by Spottiswoode & Co., . . .) 1892. [Pinet. danic.). 

Publ.: 1892, p. [i], [ I ]-224. Coj/^j: MO. -Reprinted from J. R. Hort. Soc. 14:257-480. 1892. 

Hansen, Emil Christian (1842- 1909), Danish microbiologist and mycologist; Dr. phil. 
Copenhagen 1879; director of the physiological department of the Carlsberg laboratories; 
Dr. med. h.c. Uppsala 1907. [E. Hans.). 

herbarium and types: C; some further material at K. - Exsiccatae: Fungorum fimicolorum 
exempl. exsiccati (1874- 1875), 350 nos. 

bibliography and biography: Ainsworth p. 132, 213, 233, 297, 319, 320, 321 ; Barnhart 2: 
123; BM 2: 783; Bossert p. 162; CSP 10: 137, 12: 309, 15: 627; DSB 6: 99-101; IH 2: 253; 
Kew 2: 575; KRp. 264; LS 1 1 097-1 1 189, 341 13-34143, suppl. 106 15- 10620; Rehder 5: 364; 
Stevenson p. 1244 ("E.G. Hans."). 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1909: 224. 

Christensen, C. F. A., Danske Bot. Hist, i: 718-731, 2: 441-457. 1926 (main bibl.; many 
biogr. references). 

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Collander, R., Hist. bot. Finland 42. 1965. 

Klocker, Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 27: (73)-(84). 1910 (portr., bibl.), see also p. (144). 
Kolderup-Rosenvinge, Bot. Tidsskr. 29: 441-444, 456. 1909 (portr.). 
Lind, J., Danish fungi herb. E. Rostrup 29. 19 13 (portr.). 
Stapf, O., Proc. Linn. Soc. London 122: 90-91. 1910. 
Warming, E., Bot. Tidsskr. 12: 232. 1881 (bibl.). 

Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): loi, i8-j,pLi8. 1903 (portr.), 3(3): 87,/'/. 7/7. 1905 
(portr.). 

eponymy: Azymohansenula E. K. Novak & Zsolt (1961); Hansenula H. Sydow & P. Sydow 
(iQig) ; HanseniaYJ . Zopi {188'^) ; Hansenia F . A. Karsten {i8jg) ; HanseniaF . Lindner (1905); 
Hanseniaspora H. Zikes (191 1) ; ^gohansenula ] . Lodder (1932). 

POSTAGE stamps: Danmark i kr. (1976) yv. 631. 

2372. De danske Gjedningssvampe (Fungi fimicoli danici) . . . Kjobenhavn (Bianco Lunos 
Bogtrykkeri) 1876. Oct. {Danske Gjedningssv.). 

Publ.: 1876 (submitted 19 Mai i876;J. Bot.Jun 1877), p. [i], [ i]-i 48. Cojfty: FH.- Preprinted 

from Vid. Medd. naturhist. Forh. 8: 207-354,/?/. 4-g. 1877. 
Resume: 1876, p. [i]-35. Copy: FH. - Preprinted from id., resumes p. [37]-7i- 1877. "Les 

champignons stercoriaires du Danemark." 

Hansen, George (1863- 1908), German-born American horticulturist and botanist at the 
Sierra Foothill Experiment Station of UC in California. (G. Hans.). 

HERBARIUM and types: UC; further material see IH. Distributed Flora of the Sequoia region 
(1897)- 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 123; Bossert p. 162; CSP 15: 628; DAB (by W. 
L.Jepson); IH 2: 254; Kew 2: 575; MW p. 157; NCAB 22: 243-244; NW p. 47; Rehder 5: 
364; Tucker i: 316; Urban-Berl. 276, 287, 301. 
Jepson, W. L., Madrono i: 183-185. 1928. 

2373. Where the big trees grow. Flora of the Sequoia region collected in the Counties of 
Amador, Calaveras and Alpine State of California . . . Jackson, Amador County (Bacon 
Printing Company, San Francisco) 1895. {Big trees). 

Publ.: I Jan 1895 (p. i; TBC 18 Apr 1895), p. [i]-23, plants collected [i]-i4. Copy: G. 

2374. Flora of the Sequoia gigantea region. Additions to the list of specimens collected in 
Amador, Calaveras & Alpine Counties, California. At altitudes from 200 up to 9000 feet . . . 
Jackson, Amador Co., California. Issued August 1st., 1896. {Fl. Sequoia reg.). 

Publ.: I Aug 1896, p. [i]-i6. Copy: G. 

Hansen, Hans Marius Melholm (1899- 1960), Danish lichenologist and plant geo- 
grapher at Copenhagen. (H. Hans.). 

HERBARIUM and types: C. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BL 2: 53, 324, 664; GR p. 682; IH 2: 254; Kew 2: 575; LS 
suppl. 10623; Roon p. 48. 

Christensen, C, Den Danske bot. htt. 191 2-1939: 217-218. 1940 (portr. bibl.). 
Hansen, A., Dansk bot. Ark. 21 : 63, 139. 1963 (bibl.) 

Holmen, K., Bot. Tidskr. 56: 275-276. i960 (portr.), Naturh. Tidende 25: 17-18. 1961 
(portr.). 

Hansen, Lars (1788- 1876), German teacher, musician and botanist at Husby in Angeln. 

{L. Hans.). 

HERBARIUM and TYPES: KIEL. - Exsiccatae: (i) Herbarium der Schleswig-Holstein-Lauenburgi- 
schen Flora, in "semicenturies" (Hefte of 50 specimens), Hefte 1-26, 1833-1862, Flensburg; 

47 



identifications by Nolte, sets at B, BM, C, KIEL, W, WAG; (2) Schul-Herbarium, 4 centuries 
(post 1850); (3) AlgenHerbar, i lonos., 1857. (4) Pan der Herzogthiimer 'S,ch\.t?,Wig,Y{ohiemund 
Lauenburg, oder Graser und Halbgraser, die daselbst wild wachsen. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 123; Clokie p. 177; IH 2: 254. 
Fischer-Benzon, R.J. D. von, in Prahl, P., Krit. Fl. Schleswig-Holstein 2: 22-23. 1891. 

Hansgirg, Anton (Antonin) (1854-1917), Austrio-Bohemian algologist. {Hansg.). 

HERBARIUM and types: W; other material at F, FH, L, LE, MIN, MO, S, WRSL. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY :Barnhart 2: i23;BJI 2: 68;BM2: 783,6:433;Bossertp. 163; 

CSP 10: 138, 15: 629-630; De Toni i : Iviii-lx, 2: Ixii, 4: xxvi-xxvii; DTS i : 102; IH 2: 254; 

Kew 2: 576; Klastersky p. 87; KR p. 264-265; Maiwald p. 230, 278; Moebius p. 323, 324; 

NAF 1 1(1) : 89,ser. 2. 6: 64, 8: 47; Nordstedtp. 8, 17; Rehder 5: 365; Saccardo i : 88; Tucker 

1:316. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1917: 141 ; Magy. bot. Lap. 15: 31 1. 1916; Nuova Notarisia 29: 124. 1918. 

Beck, G., Vegetationsverh. lUyr. Lander 13, 34. 1901 (Veg. Erde 4). 

eponymy: Hansgirgia G. B. De Toni (1888). 

2375. Prodromus der Algenflora von Bohmen . . . Archiv der [fiir] naturwissenschaftl. Landes- 
durchforschung in [von] Bohmen, Prag [Praha] ( Commissions- Verlag von Fr. Rivnac) 
1 886- 1 893, 2 vols. Oct. {Prodr. Algenfl. Bohmen). 

Erster Theil, I. Heft: Archiv ^{6) (Bot.) : [i]-96,^^. /-^5.Jan-Apri886 (Nat. Nov. Mai i886:p. 

4: Dec 1885). 

//. Heft: Archiv 5(6) (Bot.) : 97-288, [1-2], Schlusswort [i]-9,Jig. 46-i24.]a.n 1888 (p. 9: 

Dec 1887; Nat. Nov. Feb 1888; Bot. Zeit. Mai 1889). 
Zweiter Theil: Archiv 8(4) (Bot.): [i]-268,^^. 1-68. 1892-1893 (Bot. Zeit. i Mar 1893, Nat. 

Nov. Apr 1892, Mar 1893, compl.) : p. 1-182 publ. Feb-Mar 1892, 1 83-268 Jan-Feb 1893. 

This part two appears with t.p.'s dated 1892 as well as 1893. 
Copies: BR, FH, G, HBG, M, MICH, MO, NY, USDA. "Mit dem Opiz-Preise gekronte 

Arbeit." 

Facsimile ed.: 1976, Bibhotheca Phycologia Band 27a, Vaduz (J. Cramer . . . ). ISBN 3-7682- 
1086-3. Copy: FAS. 

For Hansgirg's Beitrage zur Kenntniss der bohmischen Algen see Sitzungsber. Akad. Prag 

1884 (Math.): 3-1 1, 203-211, 263-273, 260-371. 

Ref: Askenasy, Bot. Zeit. 45: 92-93. 11 Feb 1887 (1(1) rev.). 

Klein, Bot. Zeit. 47: 400-402. i4jun 1889 (1(1,2)). 

Stafleu, F. A., Taxon 26: 459. 1977. 

2376. Physiologische und algologische Studien. Prag [Praha] (Buchdruckerei Alois R. Lauer- 
mann. - Verlag von Franz Borovy) 1887. Qu. {Physiol, algol. Stud.). 

Publ. :]un 1887 (p. iii: Mar 1887; Bot. Zeit. "soeben" 24jun 1887, 29JUI 1887; Nat. Nov. 
Jun 1887), p. [i-vi], [i]-i87, [188, err.], pi. 1-4, hths. by author, / and^coloured. Copies: G, 
L, M; IDC 6369. 

2377. tiber neue Siisswasser- und Meeres-Algen und Bacterien, mit Bemerkungen zur Systematik 
dieser Phycophyten und iiber den Einfluss des Lichtes auf die Ortsbewegungen des Bacillus 
Pfefferi nob. [Prag. Verlag der konigl. bohm. Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften . . . 1890]. 
Oct. [SUsswass. Meeres-Alg.). 

Publ.: Apr-Mai 1890 (Bot. Zeit. 25 Jul 1890; Nat. Nov. Jun(2) 1890), p. [3] -34. Cojftj: NY. - 
S.B. kon. bohm. Ges. Wiss. 1890(1) Math. -Nat.: 3-34. 1890. To be cited fi-om journal. 

Hanstein, Heinrich ( 1825-187 1), German botanist and pharmacist. (//. Hanst.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 



HANSTEIN 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BM 2: 784; CSP 3: 172; PR 3766-3767; Rehder 5: 365. 
Hein, W. H. & H. D. Schwarz, Deut. Apoth.-Biogr. i : 247-248. 1975. 

2378. Die Familie der Grdser in ihrer Bedeutung fiir den Wiesenbau fiir Landwirthe und 
Cameralisten bearbeitet von Heinrich Hanstein. Mit vielen in den Text eingedruckten 
Holzschnitten und 1 1 lithographirten Tafeln. Wiesbaden (Verlag von Heinrich Ritter) 
1857. Oct. {Fam. Grdser). 

Publ. -.Jan Feb 1857 (p. vi: 8 Dec 1856; Bot. Zeit. 13 Mar 1857; Flora rd. 28Jun-7jul 1857), 

p. [i]-xiv, [i]-i32, [i, err.],j&/. /-//, uncol. liths. Copy: WU. 
Re/.: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 15: 189-191. 13 Mar 1857. 

Anon., Flora 40: 701-702. 28 Nov 1857 (see also p. 416). 

Hanstein, Johannes Ludwig Emil Robert von ( 1 822- 1 880) , German botanist, at first in 
Berlin; studied in Berlin with Link and Klotzsch; Dr. phil. Berlin 1848; high school teacher 
at Berlin 1849- 1859; curator at the Berlin herbarium i860- 1865; from 1865, professor of 
botany in Bonn; creator of the Bonn Botanical Institute; outstanding plant anatomist and 
developmental morphologist. [J. Hanst.). 

HERBARIUM and types: B. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: ADB 49: 768-770; Backer p. 652; Barnhart 2: 124; BM 2: 

784; CSP 3: 172, 6: 681, 7: 905-906, 10: 138, 12: 310; DeToni i : Ix; Frank 3(Anh.) : 40-41. 

1886; Hortus 3: 1 194 ("Hanst.") ; IF p. 701 ; IH 2: 254; Kew 2: 576-577; Jackson p. 18, 71, 

73, 75, 80, 83, 87, 94, 100, 487; KR p. 265; Langman p. 347-348; Moebius p. 179, 451 ; PR 

3768-3775, 10571 ; Ratzeburgp. 222-224; Rehder 5: 365; Urban-Berl. p. 353; Zander ed. 10, 

p. 667. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1881: 39; Flora 63: 418. 1880. 

Dechen, Verb, naturh. Ver. preuss. Rheinl. Westf. 37: 1 18-127. 1880. 

Fitting, H., Decheniana 105/106: 5. 1952 (portr.). 

Harvey-Gibson, R. J., Outlines hist. bot. 272. 19 14. 

Kanitz, A., Magy. noven. Lap. 4: 125-128. 1880 (bibl.). 

Knoblauch, Leopoldina 16(17/18): 129. 1880. 

Schmitz, Bot. Centralbl. 5: 30-32. 1881, Leopoldina 17: 75-80. 1881 (bibl.). 

Urban, I., Jahrb. kon. bot. Garten Berlin i : 1 1 i-i 14. 1881 ; Fl. bras. 1(1): 176-177. 1906. 

Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 128. {pi. 28). 1903 (portr.). 

COMPOSITE works: (i) Martins, FL bras., Gesneriaceae, 8(1): 341-424, j6/. 55-6"5. i Dec 1864. 
(2) Botanische Abhandlungen aus dem Gebiet der Morphologie undPhysiologie. Herausgegeben von J. 
Hanstein. Bd. 1-4, 1870-1882. Oct. f. 

eponymy: Hansteinia Oersted (1854). 

2379. (Jbersicht des natiirlichen Pflanzensystems. Zum Gebrauche in den Vorlesungen zusam- 
mengestellt. Bonn (bei Adolph Marcus) 1867. Oct. {tjbers. nat. Pfl.-Sjst.). 

Pm^/. :Jan-Feb 1867 (Bot. Zeit. 18 Feb 1867, Flora 5 Nov 1867), p. [i]-i9.Co/)z^^:G,KNAW. 
Ref.: R., Bot. Zeit. 26: 256. 10 Apr 1868. 

Anon., Bull. Soc. bot. France 15 (bibl.): 30-31. 1868 (after 24 Mai). 

2380. Ueber die Entwickelung des botanischen Unterrichtes an den Universitaten. Festrede von 
Johannes von Hanstein. Nebst Nekrolog und Schriften-Verzeichniss verfasst von Jiirgen 
Bona Meyer. Bonn (Adolph Marcus) 1880. {Entw. bot. Unterricht.). 

PubL: The "Festrede" was given on 3 Aug 1880, Hanstein died on 27 Aug. Pamphlet p. [i]- 
42 (bibl.). Copy: G. 

2381. Das Protoplasma als Trager der pflanzlichen und thierischen Lebensverrichtungen. 
Fiir Laien und Fachgenossen dargestellt . . . [Heidelberg (Winter)] 1880. Oct. {Proto- 
plasma) . 

PubL: 1880, p. [ 1 1-187, [188, cont.]. Copy: HBG.-Reprinted from Frommel und Pfaff, 

Samml. Vortr. 2: 125-31 1. 1880. 
Re-issue: 1886 (fide Bot. Zeit. 44: 792. 19 Nov 1886, "soeben"). 

49 



HANTSCHEL 

Hantschel, Franz (1884-?), German military physician and botanist in Northern Bo- 
hemia. {Hantsch.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Klastersky p. 87. 

Futak, J. & K. Domin, Bibl. flore GSR 235. i960 (bibl.). 

2382. Botanischer Wegweiser im Gebiete des Nordbohmischen Excursions-Glubs. Zum Ge- 
brauche fiir Touristen und Pflanzensammler . . . Leipa (Druck und Verlag von Joh. 
Kiinstler) 1890. Oct. (in fours). {Bot. Wegweiser). 

Publ. : ]u\-Y)tc 1890 (p. vi: i Jul 1890), p. [i]-viii, [i]-26o. Copy: MO. 

Hantzsch, Carl August (1825- 1886), German diatomologist. [Hantzsch). 

HERBARIUM and types: Algae at W and WRSL. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 124; BM 2: 78^; CSP 7: 906; De Toni i : Ix, 2: 
Ixii; Frank 3(Anh.) : 41 ; LS 1 1 193-1 1 194; NAF 1 1 (i) : 89; Stevensonp. 1244 ("Hantzsch"). 
Deby, J., Bibl. micr. microgr. Studies 3: 30. 1882. 

Hao, Kin-Shen [Ching-sheng Ho] (1903-x), Chinese botanist. [Hao). 

HERBARIUM and types: PE; other material A, B, W. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Hortus 3: 1 1 94 ("Hao"); IH 2: 254; Kew 2: 577; MW p. 
158, suppl. p. 84. 

2383. Synopsis of Chinese Salix. Dahlem bei Berlin (Verlag Friedrich Fedde) 1936. Oct. [Syn. 
chin. Salix). 

Publ.: 31 Dec 1936, p. [i]-iv, [i]-i23, />/. 1-44. Copy: U. - Beih. Repert. Spec. nov. Regni 
veget. 93. 

Happe, Andreas Friederich (1733-1802), German naturalist and artist at the Berlin 
Academy of Sciences. [Happe). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

name: "Andreas Friederich Happe" in Fl. crypt, depicta. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Bamhart 2 : 124; BM 2 : 785 ; GR p. 85 ; HU 659 ; LS 1 1 1 96 ; 
NI 782-787; PR 3776-3779 (ed. 1 : 4121-4124); Rehder 5: 365. 
Nissen, C., Philobiblon 6(8): 302. 1933. 

2384. Flora cryptogamica depicta seu muscorum et lichenum iisque affinium plantarum icones 
edita ab Andrea Friderico Happe Academ. rer. natural, pictore. Berolini die 3 Januar. 1 783. 
Fol. [Ft. crypt, depict.). 

Publ. :'^o}n\ i782-3jan 1783 (in five decades); col. frontisp., [i-vi], [i]-4, [i-2,pref], [i]-6, 
50 unnumbered hand-coloured copper engravings. Copies: MO(2) (one in orig. covers) ; W 
(incompl.; 55 />/.). 

Mote: Happe's Flora depicta; aut plantarum selectarum icones ad naturam delineatae, [8]ff., 
317 pi. Berohni 1783- 1792 (see Rehder i: 263); his Abbildungen okonomischer Pflanzen (1792- 
1 794) and Botanica pharmaceutica ( 1 788) were not seen by us. We should welcome information 
on the location of copies. 

Hara, Hiroshi (191 i-x), Japanese botanist at the University of Tokyo, explorer of the 
Himalaya and specialist on the Japanese phanerogamic flora. {H. Hara) . 

HERBARIUM and types: TI. 
50 



HARDOUIN 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 124; Bossert p. 163; Hortus 3: 1 194 ("Hara") ; 

IFsuppl. 4: 323; IH 2: 255; Kew 2: 577-579; Langmanp. 348; MWp. 158, suppl. p. 84-88; 

Roon p. 48; Zander ed. 10, p. 667. 

Hara, H., Photo-album of plants of Eastern Himalaya. Tokyo 1968. 

Hara, H., et al., An enumeration of the flowering plants of Nepal, i, 1978. 

note: H. Hara's Enumeratio spermatophytarum japonicarum, Tokyo 1948-1954, 3 parts, was 
reprinted in a single volume by Otto Koeltz (Koenigstein Ts.) in 1972; see Taxon 22: 307- 
308. 1973. For his The flora of Eastern Himalaya see Taxon 16: 337-338. 1967, 17: 434. 1968, 
21 : 186. 1972. 

eponomy: See under K. Hara. 

Hara, Kanesuke (1885- 1962), Japanese mycologist and plant pathologist. {K. Hara). 

HERBARIUM and types: TNS (information H. Hara). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 124; Hirsch p. 113; Kew 2: 579; LS suppl. 
10658-10666; MW p. 158-160, suppl. p. 88-89; SK p. 216; Stevenson p. 1244 ("Hara"). 

EPONYMY://flr«eaP. A. Saccardo& H. Sydow {igi '^);HaraellaK. Hara& Hino {ig^^). Note: 
Haraella Kudo (1930) is dedicated to Yoshie Hara fl. 1930), Japanese orchidologist. 

Hard, Miron Elisha (1849-1914), American mycologist; superintendent of public in- 
struction at Kirkwood, Mo. {Hard). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 125; BM 6: 433; Kew 2: 580; LS 1 1 198-1 1202, 
suppl. 10673; MW p. 47; Stevenson p. 1244 ("Hard"). 
Hesler, L. Biogr. Sketches North Amer. mycol. 1975, mss. 

HANDWRITING: See frontispiece to The Mushroom (1908). 

2385. The Mushroom /edible and otherwise/ its habitat and its time of growth. With 
photographic illustrations of nearly all the common species. A guide to the study of 
mushrooms, with special reference to the edible and poisonous varieties, with a view of 
opening up to the student of nature a wide field of useful and interesting knowledge. 
Columbus, Ohio (The Ohio library Co. . . .) s.d. [1908]. Oct. (size). {Mushroom). 

Publ.: Nov 1908 (p. x: 1 1 Jan 1908; Nat. Nov.Jan(i) i909;seeNAF9: 437), front. {=flg. /), 
p. [i], portr., [v]-xii, i-6oQ,flgs. 1-^04 (photogr.), /)/. 1-66. Copies: MICH, MO, NY, 
Stevenson, US, USDA. 

Hardouin, L. (1800- 1858), French botanist active in Normandy. {Hardouin). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. - Kukkonen mentions a specimen at H. 
Ref.: Kukkonen, I., Herb. Christ. Steven 52. 197 1. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : 126; BM 2 : 785 ; BL 2 : 135, 665 ; CSP 3 : 174,7: 
907; PR 3780; Rehder 5: 365; Tucker i : 317. 
Brebisson, L. A. de, Fl. Normandie, p. viii. 1835. 

2386. Catalogue des plantes vasculaires qui croissent spontanement dans le departement du Calvados, 
distribuees d'apres le Synopsis Florae germanicae et helveticae de J. Koch, 2e. edit, un vol. in 
8. - Francfort-sur-le-Mein, 1843-44 . . . Caen (chez A. Hardel, . . .) 1848 [1849]. Oct. {Cat. 
pi. vase. Calvados). 

Co-authors: F. Renou {fl. 1849); E. Le Clerc (x-i868). 

Publ.: 1849 (on cover; t.p. 1848), p. [i]-xiv, [i]-439, [440, ind.]. Copies: G, NY, USDA. - 

Orig. publ. in Mem. Soc. Linn. Normandie 8: 167-293. 1849 (volume publ. Sep. -Oct 

1849). 

51 



HARDWICKE 

Hardwicke, Thomas (1757-1833), British zoologist and botanist; soldier in the Bengal 
Artillery (1778); major-general in the Indian army (retired 1823); collected in India, 
Mauridus, South Africa and St. Helena. {Hardw.). 

HERBARIUM and types: BM and K; other material at G. - BM also has 22 water-colour 
drawings of Indian plants and a volume o{ Sketches of plants growing about Pletterburg Bay on the 
coast of Africa, Cape Town 181 2 (seeBM2: 786; NI 790). -Hardwicke employed British and 
Indian artists to make drawings of natural history items. - Letters at K, LINN. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Backer p. 254; Barnhart 2: 126; BB p. 138-139; BM 2: 785- 

786; CSP 3: 175-176; Dawson p. 140, 395, 851; Desmond p. 286; Hortus 3: 1194 

("Hardw."); IH 2: 255; Laseguep. 128, 138, 191, 302, 504; NI 798; Rehder 5: 365; Tucker 

1 : 317; Zander ed. 10, p. 667. 

Britten, J., J. Bot. 44: 235-241. 1906 (H's botanical drawings). 

Burkill, I. H., Chapt. hist. bot. India 27, 29, 77, 232. 1965. 

Dawson, W. B.., Smith papers 51-52. 1934 (calendar of letters to J. E. Smith); J. Soc. Bibl. 

Nat. Hist. 2: 55-69. 1946. 
Hardwicke, Th.,Asiat. Res. 6: 309-381. 1799 (narrative of a journey to Srinagar, plants on p. 

348-381). 
Hooker, W. J., Bot. Misc. i: 89-91. 1830. 

Miller, H. S., Taxon 19: 525. 1970 (material in Lambert herb.). 
Smith, Lady P., Memoir corr. J. E. Smith 2: 118-121. 1832. 

EPONYMY : Hardwickia Roxburgh ( 1 8 1 1 ) . 

Hardy, Apollon Joseph (1846- 1929), Belgian botanist and high school teacher at Gilly, 
Tournai and, from 1884, at the middle school of Vise {Hardy). 

HERBARIUM and types: BR and LG; parts of the original herbarium were destroyed in 19 14. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY AND BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2: 126; BL 2: 38, 40, 41, 665; CSP 7: 907, 12: 31 1 ; 

IH 2: 255; Tucker i : 317. 

Crepin, F., Guide bot. Belgique 452. 1878. 

De Wildeman, E., Bull. Soc. Bot. Belgique 63: 1 1-12. 1931. 

Evens, F. M.J. C, Gesch. Algol. Belgie 173. 1944. 

2387. Monographie des Elatine de laflore beige. Gand [Gent] (Imprimerie C. Annoot-Braeck- 
man) 1872. Oct. [Monogr. Elatine). 

Publ.: 'i,]\xn 1872 (paper presented 3 Dec i87i),p. [i]-26. Coj&)^: G. - Reprinted from Bull. 
Soc. Bot. Belg. 10(3): 173-194. 1872. 

Harlot, Paul Auguste ( 1 854- 1 9 1 7) , French naturalist ; pupil of Bornet ; from 1 882 active at 
the cryptogamic department of the Museum d'histoire naturelle, Paris; botanist on the 
Mission to Cape Horn on "la Romanche", 1883. (Har.). 

HERBARIUM and TYPES: P, PC. 

Ref: Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(3): 331. i975- 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 127; BM 2: 786, 6: 434; BL 2: 103, 123, 665; 
Bossert p. 163; CSP 7: 908, 13: 799, 15: 641-642, 16: 198, 17: 732; De Toni i : Ix, 4: xxviii; 
GR p. 281, cat. p. 64 ("Harlot"); Hortus 3: 1194 ("Harlot"); IH 2: 255; Kew 2: 582; 
Jackson p. 193, 280, 287, 289; Kleppa p. 291, 295; KR p. 265; Langman p. 348; Lenley p. 
212; LS 1 1209-1 1242, suppl. 10704-10714; MW p. 160, suppl. p. 89; NAF 6: 1067; NI 792- 
793; Nordstedt p. 17; PFC i : xliv, 3(2): x; Plesch p. 250; Rehder 5: 366; Stevenson p. 1244 
("Har") ; TL-2/202; Tucker i : 317; Zander ed. 10, p. 667. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1917: 206; Mycologia9(6) : 369. 15 Nov 1917; Torreya 17: 169-170. 2 Oct 

191 7; Bull. Soc. mycol. France 35: i. 19 19 (portr.; see Lloyd 19 19). 
Biers, Ann. crypt, exot. 1(4): 313-318. 1928 (portr.). 
Collander, R., Hist. bot. Finland 55. 1965. 
Degen, A., Magy. bot. Lap. 17: 116. 1919. 

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De Toni, G. B., Bull. Soc. bot. France 63: [i3]-24. 1918 (bibl.). 

Fuchs, H. P., Beih. Nova Hedw. 3: 89. 1962 [Isoetes Duriei). 

Hariot, P. , De Bordeaux au Cap-Horn. Notes de voyage a travers I'Atlantique et le detroit de 

Magellan. Troyes, 1844 {n.v.). 
Lindau, Bot. Jahrb. i6(Lit.): 24. 1893. 
Lloyd, C. G., The Tylostomeae. Cincinnati, Feb 1906 (work dedicated to Hariot, with 

frontispiece portr.); Synopsis of the genus Hexagona, Cincinnati, Jun 1910 (idem!); 

Mycol. Notes 60: 876. 1919, 64.: pi. i§6. 1920 (portr.). 
Mangin, L., Bull. Mus. Hist. nat. 1918: 465-476. 1918 (main biogr., bibl.). 
Merrill, E. D., Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 30(1): 143. 1947. 
Reiche, K., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Chile 32. 1907 (Veg. Erde 8). 

COMPOSITE WORKS : (i) Algae, Fuugi, in: Mtsston scientifique du Cap Horn 1882-1883, vol. 5. 1889 
(BM 2: 603) see below. 

(2) Notes sur les collections cryptogamiques (no. 15), in Bienaime et al., Voyage de "la Manche" a 
r lie Jan Mayen et au Spitzberg (juillet-aout 1892). Paris 1894. Oct. (BM 2: 925). 

(3) Contributed to Askenasy, Forschungsreise Gazelle, Bot., Alg., 1888, see TL 2/202. 

eponymy: Hariotia P. A. Karsten (1889) ; Hariotiella (Bescherelle & Massalongo ex Schiffner) 
Bescherelle & Massalongo (1898); Hariotina P. A. Dangeard (1899); Hariotula Arnaud 

(1917)- 

2388. Florule du Canton du Me'ry-sur-Seine. Troyes (imprimerie et lithographic Dufour-Bou- 
quot . . .) 1874. Oct. {Fl. Me'ry-sur-Seine). 

Co-author: Louis Hariot (181 7-1906), father of P. A. Hariot. 

Publ.: 1874 (p. 14: 5 Nov 1873), P- [i]"?^- Copy: HH. - Reprinted from Mem. Soc. acad. 
Aube 38, 1874. 

2389. Flore de Pont-sur-Seim. Troyes (Imprimerie et lithographic Dufour-Bouquot) 1879. 
Oct. {Fl. Pont-sur-Seine) . 

Publ.: 1879 (p. 62: I Jul 1878; Nat. Nov. Nov 1879), p. [i]-62, [63, coloph.], Copy: G. - 
Reprinted from Mem. Soc. acad. Aube 43: [277J-334. 1879 (repr. with orig. pagination 
HH). 

2390. Ministeres de la Marine et de ITnstruction publique. Mission scientifique du Cap Horn. 
1 882- 1 883. Tome V. Botanique. Paris (Gauthier-Villars et fils) 1889. Qu. {Miss. sci. Cap Horn, 
Bot.). 

Publ.: vol. 5 Botanique, publ. 1889 (Nat. Nov. Mar 1889), p. [i-iii], [i]-400, [i, cont.], 3 
maps, />/. i-io (crypt.), /-j (hep.), 1-6 (musci), 1-12 (phan.). 

Algues, par P. Hariot, p. 3-1 10, pi. i-g (5-9 col.). 

Diatomacees , par P. Petit, p. 1 1 1-140, pi. 10 (Paul Charles Michel Petit, 181 7-1893). 

Lichens, par J. Miiller d'Argovie, p. 141-172 (Jean Miiller, 1828-1896). 

Champignons, par P. Hariot, p. 1 73-200. 

Muscinees: \. Hepatiques, par E. Bescherelle et C. Massalongo, p. 201-252,/)/. /-j (Emile 

Bescherelle, 1828- 1903; Caro Benigno Massalongo, 1852- 1928). 
n. Mousses, par E. Bescherelle, p. 253-312,/)/. 1-6. 
Phanerogamic, par A. Franchet, p. 313-400,/)/. 1-12 (5, 6, 7, i2co\.) (Adrien Rene Franchet, 

1 834- 1 900). 

The plates are plain or coloured liths. by Tronquois, P. Petit, C. Massalongo, d'Apreval. - 
Copies: G, HBG (part on algae as repr. [i]-i09,/)/. i-g) ; MICH, Teyler, Stevenson (Cham- 
pignons p. 173-200, only). 

Ref.: Hariot, P. A., Bull. Soc. bot. France 31 : 1 51-164. 1884 (pi. vase); J. de Bot., Paris, i : 
55-59, 72-74- 1887 (alg.). 

2391. Atlas des algues marines les plus repandues des cotes de France. 48 planches en heliotypie 
tirees en couleur representant 108 especes d'algues faciles a recolter avec leur description 
ainsi que celle des especes le plus voisines les moyens de les preparer et de les conserver . . . 
Paris (Paul Klincksieck, Editeur) 1892. Oct. {Atlas alg. mar.). 

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Publ.: 1892, in 8 fascicles (livr. i,pl. 1-6, Nat. Nov. Apr 1892; livr. 2, pi. y-12, Nat. Nov. Jul 
1892; livr. 3-8, pi. 13-48, Nat. Nov. Nov 1892); p. [i, iii], [ly^i, pL 1-48.). Copies: L, 
MICH, NY, US. 

2392. Contributions a la flore phanerogamique de FAube. Additions et rectifications. Troyes 
(Imprimerie et lithographie Paul Nouel) 1903. Oct. (Contr.fl. phan. Aube). 

Publ.: 1903, p. [i]-i42. Copies: G, USDA. - Reprinted from Mem. Soc. Acad. Agr. Dep. 
Aube 66: 5-142. 1902. See also: Hariot, ib. 55: 165-189. 1891 andBriard, Ca^./?/. ^w^e, see 

TL-2/754. 

2393. Description de champignons nouveaux de rherbier du Museum . . . Paris (Au siege de la 
Societe [mycologique de France] . . .) [1904]. Oct. (Descr. champ, nouv.). 

Co-author: Narcisse Theophile Patouillard (1854- 1926). 

Publ.: 1904, p. [i]-5. Copy: FH. - Reprinted, and to be cited from Bull. Soc. mycol. France 
20(2): 61-65. 1904. 

2394. Les Uredinees (rouilles des plantes) . . . avec 47 figures dans le texte. Paris (Octave 
Doin) 1908. i8-mo. [Uredinees). 

Publ.: 1908 (p. xv: 15 Mar 1908; Nat. Nov. Nov(2) 1908)', p. [i]-xv, [i]-392. Copies: G, 
Stevenson. 

Harkness, Harvey Willson ( 1 82 1 - 1 90 1 ) , American physician and mycologist ; in Califor- 
nia from 1 849, until 1 869 at Sacramento as a practicing physician ; from 1 869 in retirement at 
San Francisco. [Harkn.]. 

HERBARIUM and types: CAS (10.000). - Some material also in B, DS and PAD. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 127; Bossert p. 164; CSP 10: 142, 12:217-218, 
312, 14: 339, 824, 15: 643, 17: 854, 928; IH 2: 255; Kew 2: 582; Jackson p. 362; Lenley p. 
212; LS 1 1243-1 1259; NAF 7: 1067, ser. 2. i ; 32; Stevenson p. 1244 ("Harkn.") ; Tucker i : 

317- 

Anon., Zoe 2(1) : 1-2. 1891 ; Bot. Gaz. 32: 154. 1901. 

Essig, E. O., Hist, entomology 740. 1931. 

Ewan, J., in Century Progr. Nat. Sci. 51. 1955. 

Harshberger, J. W., Bot. Philadelphia 266. 1899. 

Rodgers, D. P., Brief hist, mycol. N. Amer. 16-17. i977- 

eponymy: Harknessia M. C. Cooke (1881); Harknessiella P. A. Saccardo (1889). 

2395. Catalogue of the Pacific Coast fungi. San Francisco (California Academy of Sciences) 
[1880]. Oct. [Cat. Pacif Coast fung.). 

Co-author: ^w&im Payson Moore (1841-1923). 

PmZ*/. : Feb-Apr 1880 (read 2 Feb 1880; Nat. Nov. Mai 1880; Bot. Zeit. 9 Jul 1880; TBC Mai 
), p. [i]-46. Copies: MICH, NY, USDA. 



Harmand, (Frere, Abbe) Julien Herbert Auguste Jules (1844-1915), French cler- 
gyman and lichenologist; ordin. Nancy 1868; teacher at the College de la Malgrange near 
Nancy and chaplain at the Institution des Sourds-Muets 1 868-1 901; in retirement at 
Docelles 190 1- 19 15. [Harm.]. 

HERBARIUM and types: ANGUC; important material at DUKE; further material at L, 
NCY, PC. Exsiccatae: 

(i) Guide elementaire du lichenologue. Exsiccata. Vols. 1-2, nos. 1-120, Epinal (Homeyer et 
Ehret) 1904. Issued by Harmand, H. Claudel and Victor Claudel (fide BF i Jul 1905). Sets 
at FH, PC. Accompanied by text, Paris (1904), 108 p., i pi. 

(2) Lichenes gallicirariores exsiccati,ia.sc. 1-4, nos. 1-175. Docellis Vogesorum 1908- 19 12. Sets at 
ANGUC, B, DIN, FH, 0(1-3), L, MSTR, NTM, O, PC, W. 

(3) Lichenes in Lotharingid a. J . Harmand, dioecesis nanceiensis presbytero, ad gloriam Dei, 
naturae conditoris sapientissimi, studiose observati atque adjuvente et sapiens dirigente A. 
Hue, in sacerdotio fratre amicissimo recogniti et juxta proprias species distributi (fasc. 1-2 1 , 

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nos. 1-1624, 1 887- 1899, with Auguste Marie Hue (1840-1917), sets atB, FH, GB, KIEL, L, 

PC, S. 

(4) Claudel, H., Claudel, V. et Harmand,J. H. A., Lichenes gallici praecipui exsiccati, fasc. i-i i, 

nos. 1-550, Docellis Vogesorum 1903- 19 13, sets at B, FH, L, MPU, NTM, O, PC, S, SL, 

UPS, W. 

Ref.: Anon., Bryologist 60: 62. 1957; Rev. bryol. lichen. 26: 88. 1957. 

Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Card. 19: 117, 129-131. 1969. 

Lallemant, R., Int. lichenol. Newsletter ii(i): 9. 1978. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIBLIOGRAPHY : Bamhart 2 : 1 28 ; BJI 2 : 68 ; BM 6 : 435 ; CSP 1 5 : 646 ; GR 

p. 282, cat. p. 64 ("Harm.") ; IH 2: 129, 256; Kew 2: 584; LS 1 1270-1 1280, 34i8i-34i83a, 

suppl. 10717-10722; MW p. 160; Rehder 2: 303; SBC p. 121 ("Harm."). 

Cordeiro, Broteria, Bot. 14(2): 120-121. 1916. 

Merrill, E. D., Contr. U.S. nad. Herb. 30(1): 143. 1947. 

Werner, Bull. Acad. Soc. Lorraines Sci. 6(2): 109. 1966. 

Note: See GR p. 282 for further references. 

eponymy: Harmandia Baillon (1889); Harmandiana Bouly de Lesdain (1914); Harmandiella 
Costantin (191 2). 

2396. Description des differentes formes du genre Rubus observees dans le departement de Meurthe- 
et-Moselle. Audi (Imprimerie et lithographic G. Foix) 1887. Oct. [Descr.form. Rubus). 
Publ.: 1887, p. [i]-68,j&/. 1-50, uncol. liths. Copy: L. -Rev. deBot. 5: 322-334. Mar-Jul 1887, 

6: 300-351. Oct-Dec 1887. 

2397. Catalogue descriptif des lichens observes dans la Lorraine avec des tables dichotomiques et des 
figures . . . Nancy (Imprimerie Berger-Levrault et Cie) 1894. Oct. {Cat. lich. Lorraine). 
Publ. : In six parts as reprints from the Bulletin de la Societe des sciences de Nancy: 



part 


pages 


plates 


vol. Bull. 


pages Bull. 


dates 


I 


[i-vii], [i]-74 


1-2 


29 


43-115 


1894 


2 


75-166 


3-9 


30 


307-397 


1895 


3 


167-246 


10-13 


31 


194-173 


1896 


4 


[2471-344 


14-ig 


32 


162-259 


1897 


5 


345-433 


20-25 


33 


33-121 


1898 


6 


435-513 


26-30 


34 


[461-124 


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Copies: BR, FH, L, Stevenson. - Nat. Nov. Feb(2) 1897 (fasc. 2), Dec 1898(3,4), Aug(2) 
1899(5), Sep(i, 2), 1900(6). 

2398. Lichens de France. Catalogue systematique et descriptif Epinal ( i : Typographic & 
Lithographic Homeyer & Ehret ; 2-4 : Paul Klincksieck ; 5 : Paul Klincksieck, Leon Lhomme, 
succr.) 1905-1913, 5 parts. Oct. {Lich. France). 

Fasc. pages plates dates 

I 

2 
3 

4 
5 

Copies: MICH, MO, NY, Stevenson; IDC 7096. 

2399. Contribution a U etude des lichens de la Grece. Nancy (Imprimerie Berger-Levrault et Cie) 
1 919. Oct. {Contr. lich. Grece). 

Publ.: 1909, p. [i]-36. Copy: G. - Materiaux pour servir a I'etude de la flore et de la 
Geographic botanique de I'Orient. (Missions du ministere de I'instruction en 1904 et en 
1906). Sixieme fascicule. 

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Collemacees [i]-xliv, [i]-i56 


1-7 


Mai 1905 


Coniocarpees [i57]-205 


8 


Dec 1905 


Stratifies [209] -478 


g-i2 


Dec 1907 or Jan-Feb i 


Phyllodes [479]-755 


13-18 


1909 


Crustacees [757]-! 185 


ig-2i 


Jun-Sep 191 3 



Harms, Hermaim August Theodor ( 1 870- 1 942) , German botanist of the Engler school ; 
at Berlin from 1893 ; executive editor of "Pflanzenreich" from 1900, of Engler and Prantl ed. 
2 from 1930. {Harms). 

HERBARIUM and types: B (galls extant). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 5(4) : 38; Backer p. 254: Barnhart 2: 128; BFM 2321 ; 

BJI i: 24; 2: 68-69 ;BL i : 257, 299;Bossertp. 164; CSP 14: 850-851, 15:647; Hortus3: 11 94 

("Harms"); IH 2: 256; Kew 2: 584; Langman p. 348-349; MW p. 160-161, suppl. p. 89; 

NAF 28B(a): 334, ser. 2.7: 40; Plesch p. 250; Rehder 5: 366; SO 2894, 2936, 3689; TL- 

2/766, 1298, 1711, 2851 ; Tucker p. 318; Zander ed. 10, p. 667. 

Harms, H., Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 53(7) : 588-593. 1935 (report on Amsterdam bot. congress). 

Merrill, E. D., Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 30(1): 143-144. 1947. 

Schulze, G., Bot. Jb. 74(3): 349-374- 1949 (portr., bibl.); Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 68a(3): 225- 

228. 1955 (portr.). 

De Wit, H. C. D., in C. G. G.J. van Steenis, Fl. males, ser. i. 4(2): xcvii. 1949 (portr.). 

COMPOSITE works: (i) Dalla Torre, K. W. und H. Harms, Genera Sipkonogamarum, Leipzig 
1 907- 1 908, see Dalla Torre, Tl 2/1298. 

(2) In EP, Die natiirlichen Pflanzenfamilien, ed. i : 
Achariaceae, Nachtr. 2-4(1): 256-257. Oct. 1897. 

Araliaceae, 3(8): 1-48. 28 Dec 1894, 49-62 Apr (?) 1897; Nachtr. 2-4(1): 268-269. Oct. 

1897, 2: 50-51. 8 Oct 1900. 
Cornaceae, 3(8): 250-270. Jul 1898, Nachtr. 2-4(2): 52. 8 Oct. 1900. 
Gomortegaceae, Nachtr. 2-4(1): 172-173. Aug 1897, (2): 25. 8 Oct 1900. 
Malesherbiaceae, 3(6A): 65-68. 28 Dec 1893, Nachtr. 2-4(1): 253. Oct 1897. 
Meliaceae,'^{^): 258-286. Mai 1896, 287-308. Jul 1896; Nachtr. 2-4(1) : 208-209. Oct 1897, 

(2): 36-37. 8 C3ct 1900. 
Passifloraceae, 3(6A): 69-94. 28 Dec 1893; Nachtr. 2-4(1): 253-256. Oct 1897. 
Plantaginaceae (w^ith C. Reiche; Harms did Plantago ) , /^{'^^) : 363-373. Dec 1895; suppl. W 

Harms, Nachtr. 2-4(2): 72. 8 Oct 1900. 
Verzeichniss derjenigen Angiospermen-Gattungen, welchen bis jetzt eine sichere Stellung 
. . . nicht zugewiesen werden kann, Nachtr. 2-4(1): 331-340. Dec 1897. 
For a complete list especially of all additions (Nachtrage) by Harms, see Bot. Jahrb. 74(3) : 

358- 1949- 

(3) In EP, Die natiirlichen Pflanzenfamilien, ed. 2: 
Achariaceae, 21: 507-510. Dec 1925. 
Akaniaceae, 19b: [173]-! 75. Jan-Mar 1940. 
Balanophoraceae, i6b: [296J-339. Jan-Apr 1935. 
Bromeliaceae, 15a: 65-159. Apr 1930. 
Brunelliaceae, i8a: 486. Mai 1930. 
Caricaceae, 21: 520-522. Dec 1925. 
Centrospermae (gen.), i6c: [i]-6. Jan-Apr 1934. 
Crassulaceae, i8a: 487. Mai 1930. 
Cunoniaceae, i8a: 486. Mai 1930. 
Eucommiaceae, i8a: 348-351. Mai 1930. 
Euphorbiaceae, 19c: 240. 1931. 

Grubbiaceae, i6b: [46] -51. Jan- Apr 1935. 
Hamamelidaceae, i8a: 303-345, 487. Mai 1930. 
Hydnoraceae, i6b: [282]-295. Jan-Apr 1935. 
Malesherbiaceae, 21 : 467-470. Dec 1925. 
Meliaceae, 19b: [i]-i72. Jan-Mar 1940. 
Nepenthaceae, 17b: [728J-765. 1936. 
Passifloraceae, 21 : 470-507. Dec 1925. 
Pittosporaceae, i8a: 486. Mai 1930. 
Rafliesiaceae, i6b: [24i]-28i. Jan-Apr 1935. 
Rhamnales (gen.), 2od: [i]-6. Jan-Jun 1953. 
Rhoeadales (gen.), 17b: [i]-4. 1936. 
Santalales et aX. (gen.), i6b: [i]-4. Jan-Apr 1935. 
Sarraceniales {gen.), 17b: [7oi]-703. 1936. 

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Saxifragaceae, i8a: 485-486. Mai 1930. 

(4) Engler, Pflanzenreich: Cucurbitaceae (with C. A. Cogniaux) Heft 88: (iv, 275(2)): 28 Nov 
1924 (TL 2/1713).^ 

(5) General editor, Regies int. nomencl. hot. ed. 3, 1935; see TL 2/766. 

eponymy: HarmsiaK. M. Schumann {i8g8) iHarmsiella]. Briquet (i8g6); Harmsiodoxa O . E. 
Schulz (1924); Harmsiopanax O. Warburg (1897); Neoharmsia R. Viguier (1951). 

2400. Vorschlag zur Ergdnzung der ''Lois de la nomenclature botanique de 186 f dem in Wien 1905 

tagenden Nomenclatur-Kongress zur Annahme empfohlen. Leipzig (In Commission bei 

Wilhelm Engelmann) 1904. Oct. [Vorschlag.). 

Publ. : 2o]un 1904, p. [ i]-3 7. Co^);: FAS. -Appendix 13, Notizblatt des Konigl. botanischen 
Gartens und Museums zu Berlin, 1904. - Main proposal to accept Linnaeus, Species 
plantarum, ed. i , 1 753 as the starting point of botanical nomenclature and to set up a list of 
nomina generica conservanda et rejicienda. The list contained in this proposal formed the basis of 
the present list of conserved generic names of Spermatophyta. 

Harper, Robert Aimer (1862- 1946), American botanist; pupil of Brefeld and Strasbur- 
ger; professor of botany at Madison (Wise.) (1898-1911); Torrey professor at Columbia 
University (191 1-1930) ; specialist on the cytology of fungi and on phytopathology. (/?. A. 

Harper) . 

HERBARIUM and types: NY and WIS. - Reprint collection (15.000) donated to NY (1945). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY :Ainsworth p. 123, 283, 301, 322-323 ;Barnhart 2: 128; BJI 2: 

69; Bossert p. 164; CSP 15: 649; DSB 6: 121-122; Hirsch p. 1 13; IH 2: 256; Kew 2: 585; 

Lenley p. 212-213; LS 1 1286-1 1296, suppl. 10740-10744; Moebius p. 102, 104; NW p. 47; 

SO 907c. 

Anon., Phytopathology 38(4): 328. 1948. 

Bessey, Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 68a: 17-19. 1955- 

Dodge, B. O., Amer. philos. Soc. Year Book 1946: 304-313. 1947; Proc. Linn. Soc. London 

158(2): 134-136- 1947- 
Dodge, B. O., et al.. Bull. Torrey bot. Club 74(1) : 87-88. 1947 ("memorial resolution"). 
Ewan, J. et al., Short list bot. U.S. 83. 1969. 
Hesler, L. R., Biogr. sketches N. Amer. mycol. 1975, mss. 
Murrill, W. A., Hist, found, bot. Florida 42. 1945. 

Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 450, 582. 1963. 
Rickett, H. W., Bull. Torrey bot. Club 69(5): 331. 1942 (portr.). 
Stout, A. B., J. New York Bot. Gard. 47: 267-269. 1946. 
Thorn, Biogr. Mem. Natl. Acad. Sci. 25(9): 227-240. 1949 (portr., bibl.). 

festschrift: Bull. Torrey bot. Club 69(5), 1942. 

Harper, Roland McMillan (1878-1966), American botanist from Georgia; Ph. D. Co- 
lumbia Univ. 1905; associated with the Geological Surveys of Georgia (1903- 1904), Ala- 
bama (1905 and later), Florida (1903 and at intervals to 193 1). {R. M. Harper). 

herbarium and types: NY. Distributed Georgia plants, Florida plants , Alabama mosses. 
Ref.: Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(3) : 332. i Mai 1975. 

bibliography and biography: Barnhart 2: 128; BL i: 152, 163, 173, 174, 187, 299; Bossert 
p. 164; CSP 15: 649; Hortus3: 1 194 ("R. M. Harper"); IH 2: 256; Langmanp. 349; Lenley 
p. 213-214; MW suppl. p. 89; Rehder i : 320; Tucker i : 318, 775; Zander ed. 10, p. 667. 
Anon., Arkansas Democrat 29 Apr 1923 (on survey); Birmingham News, Sunday i May, 

1 966; J. New York Bot. Gard. 9: 66-67. 1908, 12: 130. 191 1 ; The Tuscaloosa News 3 May 

1966. 
Baldwin, Bull. Torrey bot. Club 96(2): 232-235. 1969. 
Ewan, J., Southw. Louisiana J. 7(1-4): 38, 40, 41, 42, 47, 52, 53, 54. 1967 (bibl.); Bull. 

Torrey bot. Club 95(4): 390-393. 1968 (portr., selected bibl.). 
Jones, J. Alabama Acad. Sci. 38: 1 1 i-i 13. 1967 (portr.). 

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Murrill, W. A., Hist, found, bot. Florida 43. 1945. 

Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 450. 1963. 

Rickett, H. W., Index Bull. Torrey bot. Club 43-44. 1955. 

COMPOSITE works: Contributed to J. K. Small, Fl. southeast. U.S. 1903. 

eponymy: Harperella]. N. Rose (1906); Harperia]. N. Rose (1905): Harperocallis McDaniel 
( 1 968) . Note : Harperia W. V. Fitzgerald ( 1 904) is dedicated to Charles Harper, an Australian 
politician, who was also occupied with plant collecting and forestry. 

2401. A phytogeographical sketch of the Altamaha grit region of the coastal plain of Georgia . . . 
[New York (New York Academy of Sciences)] 1906. Oct. {Phytogeogr. sketch Altamaha reg.). 
Publ.: Nov 1906 (fide contents journal volume; Heft i itself dated Sep 1906); map, p. 1-414; 

reprinted from Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 71(1): i -4 1 4. 1 906, indexes ib. 
71(3): 659-688. Dec 1907. Copy: NY. - "An ecological classic." (Ewan 1968). 

2402. Geological survey of Alabama . . . monograph 8 / Economic botany of Alabama part i. 
Geographical report including descriptions of the natural divisions of the state, their forests 
and forest industries, with quantitative analyses and statistical tables . . . University, 
Alabama June, 191 3. Oct. [Econ. bot. Alabama). 

PubL:]un 1913, p. [i]-228, map. Copy: NY. 

2403. Geological survey of Alabama ... in cooperation with State Commission of Forestry 
. . . monograph 9 / Economic botany of Alabama part 2 catalogue of the trees, shrubs and vines of 
Alabama, with their economic properties and local distribution . . . University, Alabama 
1928. Oct. {Econ. bot. Alabama). 

Publ.: 1928 (letter of transm.Jun 1928), p. [i]-357, map. Copy: NY. 

Harris, Thomas Maxwell (1903-x), British palaeobotanist in London; trained at Cam- 
bridge; collected in East Greenland 1926-1927; specialized on Jurassic fossil plants. {T. 
Harris) . 

collections: BM (Geology Dept.). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Andrcws p. 2 74-2 75 ; Barnhart 2:130 ; Jackson p. 1 9 ; Lenley 

p. 214; ME 1 : 191 ; Roon p. 48. 

Anon., J. Linn. Soc. London (Bot.) 61(384): 1-4. 1968 (portr., bibl.). 

Harris, T. M., Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 3: 343-368. 1971 (minute books Linn. Club). 

Schuster, R. M., Hep. Anthoc. N. Amer. i : 49. 1966. 

eponymy: Harrisia B. Lundblad (1961) ; Harrisichara L. Grambast (1957) ; Harrisiothecium B. 
Lundblad (1961); Harrisispora S. A.J. Pocock (1970); Harrisocarpon S. D. Chitaley & E. M. 
V. Nambudiri (1973) ; Harrisostrobus S. D. Chitaley & M. T. Sheikh (1973) ; Tomaxellia [sic] 
S. Archangelsky (1963); Tomharnsia R. Florin (1958). 

2404. The Rhaetic flora of Scoresby Sound East Greenland. Kobenhavn (Bianco Lunos Bog- 
trykkeri] 1926. Oct. {Rhaet.fl. Scoresby Sound) . 

Publ.: 1926 (p. [45]: Apr 1926), p. [i, t.p. reprint], [45]-i47, [14.8, index], pi. 7-/5 with text. 
Copy: USGS. - Reprinted from Medd. Gronland 68: 45-147, /?. 1-13. 1926. 

2405. The fossil flora of Scoresby Sound East Greenland, Kobenhavn (C. A. Reitzels Forlag, 
Bianco Lunos Bogtrykkeri a/s) 1931- 1937, 5 parts. Oct. {Eos. Fl. Scoresby Sound). 

Parti: I93i,p. [i]-i02, [1-2, index], pi. 1-18. Medd. Gronland 85(2). 

Part 2: 1932, p. [i]-i 12, [1-2, index],/?/, i-g. Medd. Gronland 85(3). 

Part 3: 1932, p. [i]-i33,/)/. i-ig. Medd. Gronland 85(5). 

Part 4: 1935, p. [i]-\~j&,pl. I-2Q. Medd. Gronland 112(1). 

Part ^: 1937 (p. 114, printer's date 10 Mai 1937), p. [i]-ii4, /)/. /, 3 charts. 

Copy: USGS. 

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HARSHBERGER 

2405a. British Museum (Natural History) . The British rhaetic flora. London (printed by order 

of the trustees of the British Museum) 1938. Oct. {Brit, rhaet.fl.). 

Publ.: 28 Mai 1938 (t.p.), p. [i]-xi, [i]-84,/)/. 1-5 with text. Copies: MICH, MO, USGS. 

Harris, Wilson P( ark?) (fl. 1904), American cryptogamist; forester; resident of Brooklyn, 

N.Y. ; collected in Western Montana. {W. Harris). 

HERBARIUM and types: Material at MONTU and NY. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 130; IH 2: 257; LS 11310. 
Blankinship, J. W., Montana Agr. Coll. Sci. Studies 1(1): 15. 1905. 
Ewan, J., Rocky Mountain naturalists 224. 1950. 

eponymy: Harrisia N. L. Britten (1909) and Harrisella Fawcett & Rendle (1909) are 
dedicated to William Harris (i860- 1920), British botanist, student of the flora of Jamaica. 

2406. Lichens and mosses of Montana, a list based on material collected during the summer of 
1901, with additions . . . prepared in connection with the work of the University of Montana 
Biological Station, under direction of Morton John Elrod. University of Montana, Missoula, 
Montana, U.S.A. 1904. Oct. [Lich. mosses Montana). 

Co-author: Carolyn Wilson Harris (1849-1910), mother of W. P. Harris. 

Publ.: 1904 (p. 311: lyjun 1903), p. [309]-330, /)/. Iviii. Copies (reprint): G, Steere. -Bull. 

Univ. Montana 19, Biol. Ser. 7. 
Ref.: Blankinship, J. W., Montana Agr. Coll. Sci. Studies 1(1): 15-20. 1905. 

Harshberger, John William Cleghorn (1869- 1929), American botanist at Philadel- 
phia. [Harshb.). 

HERBARIUM and types: PENN, PH; other material at A, B, GH, MO, NY, US. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 131; BM 2: 789, 6: 437; BJI 2: 69; BL i: 198, 

299; Bossert p. 165; Clokie p. 178; CSP 15: 656-657; DAB (by H. B. Baker); GR p. 221; 

Hirsch p. 1 14; IH 2: 257; Kew 2: 591 ; Lenley p. 215; LS 1 1317-1 1321, suppl. 10768-10769; 

NAF ser. 2. 6: 64; NW p. 47; Pennell p. 609; PFC 3(2): xi; Rehder 5: 367; SO 3529; TL- 

2/1 712; Tucker i : 319-320. 

Anon., Torreya 1 1 : 163. 191 1 ; Bartonia 1 1 : 51-55. 1929 (portr., bibl.). 

Boone, W., Hist. bot. W. Virg. 8, 57. 1965. 

Druce, G. C, Bot. Soc. Exch. CI. Brit. Isles Rep. 9(1): 92. 1930. 

Ewan, J. et al., Short hist. bot. U.S. 13, 17, 118. 1969. 

Fagin, N. B., WilHam Bartram 4, 13, 29. 1933. 

Harshberger, J. W. C, Bot. Philadelphia 391-399, 446. 1899 (bibl.); The life and work of 

John W. Harshberger, Ph. D. An autobiography. Philadelphia 1928, 40 p. (portr., bibl. 

320 nos.) (see also J. Bot. 66: 182. 1928). 
Hulten, E., Bot. Not. 1940: 334. 
Humphrey, Makers N. Amer. bot. 107-109. 1961. 
Lubrecht, H., Early Amer. bot. Works 19. 1967. 
McVaugh, R., Contr. Univ. Mich. Herb. 9: 242-243. 1972 (itin. Mexico), (see also 

Harshberger, Botanical observations on the Mexican flora, Proc. Acad. Sci. Philadelphia 

1898: 372-413. for Aug 1898, publ. Oct. 1898, see copy US). 
Murrill, W. A., Hist, found. Bot. Florida 43. 1945. 
Pennell, F. W., Bartonia 22: 24. 1943. 

Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 472 [index]. 1963. 
Rickett, H. W., Index Bull. Torrey bot. Club 44-45. 1955. 
Urban, I., Symb. ant. 5: 6, 7. 1906. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(3): 196,/?/. 148. 1905 (portr.). 

2407. The botanists of Philadelphia and their work. Philadelphia [T. C. Davis & Son (printer)]. 
1899. Oct. {Bot. Philadelphia) . 

Publ.: 1899 (p. iv: i Aug i899),frontisp.,p. [i]-xii, [i]-457,/)/. 1-26, 23 portr. Copies: US; IDC 
7553- 

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2408. Phjtogeographic survey of North America. A consideration of the phytogeography of the 
North American continent, including Mexico, Central America and the West Indies, 
together with the evolution of North American plant distribution. Leipzig (Wilhelm Engel- 
mann). New York (G. E. Stechert & Co.) 191 1. Oct. {Phytogeogr. surv. N. Amer.). 

Publ.: Mai 191 1 (last proofs forwarded Feb 19 11, copy rd. by author on 8 Jun; Nat. Nov. 

Jun(i) 191 1), p. [i]-lxiii, [i]-790. Copy: MO. - Engler and Drude, Die Vegetation der 

Erde, vol. 13, TL-2/1712. 
Second (reprint) edition: Weinheim/Bergstr. (H. R. Engelmann, J. Cramer), New York 

(Hafner Publishing Company) 1958, p. [iii]-xii, [ij-ygo, pi. 1-18, map, 32 text ill. Oct. 

Copy: FAS. - ISBN 3-7682-0003-5. 
Ref.: Taylor, Torreya 11: 190-199. 12 Sep 191 1 (rev.). 

Harshberger, J. W. C, Torreya 11: 217-219. 18 Oct 191 1 (reply to Taylor). 

Fernald, M. L., Rhodora 13: 213-224. Oct 191 1. 

Harper, Bull. Amer. geogr. Soc. 45(1): 38-42. 1913. 

2409. The vegetation of South Florida south of 2 7°3o' North, exclusive of the Florida Keys 
[Philadelphia (Wagner Free Institute of Science . . .) 1914]. {Veg. S. Florida). 

Publ.: Oct 1914, in Trans. Wagner Free Inst. Sci. Philadelphia 7(3): [i-ii], [49-189], map. 
Copy (reprint) : NY. 

2410. Text-book of pastoral and agricultural botany for the study of the injurious and useful plants 
of country and farm . . . with 121 illustrations. Philadelphia (P. Blakiston's Son & Co.) s.d. 
[1920]. Oct. [Text-book hot.). 

Publ.:]n\-T>tc 1920 (p. ix: 3 Jul 1920; autobiogr. p. 34), frontisp., p. [i]-xiii, [i]-294. Copies: 
MICH, MO, USDA, 

Hart, Henry Chichester (1847- 1908), Irish botanist, who collected on the British Polar 
Expedition (1875/6) and in Palestine (1883- 1884). {Hart). 

HERBARIUM and types: DBN (partly); British Polar Expedition plants at BM and K, 
Palestine Exploring Expedition plants at BM, K and MO. - Letters at K. 
Ref: Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(3): 333. i975- 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 132; BB p. 140- 141; BJI i: 24; BM 2: 789, 6: 

437; BL i: 31-32, 299, 2: 280, 284, 287, 288, 289, 290, 665; CSP7:9ii, 10: 147-148, 15: 657- 

658; Desmond p. 290; IH 2: 257; Kew 2: 592; Jackson p. 248; NI 797; Rehder 5: 367; 

Tucker i : 320-321. 

Anon., Ann. Rep. Proc. Belfast Naturalists Field Club ser. 2. 6: 626. 1913. 

Barrington, Irish Natural. 17(12): 249-254. 1908 (portr., bibl.). 

Britten J., J. Bot. 49: 121-122. 191 1 (portr.). 

Colgan, N., Fl. County Dublin xxx. 1904. 

Polunin, N., Bot. Canad. Eastern Arctic, i: 13, 18. 1900 (Natl. Mus. Canada, Bull. 92). 

Praeger, R. L., Proc. R. Irish Acad. ser. 3. 7: cxxii-cxxiii. 1901 (Irish topographical botany; 

lists papers by Hart); Bot. Ireland 78. 1934. 
Scully, R. W., Fl. Country Kerry xvi. 1916. 

eponymy: Hartia Dunn (1902) is dedicated to Sir Robert Hart, "Inspector-General of the 
Chinese Maritime Customs"; Hartiella Massee (1910) is dedicated to John Hinchley Hart 
(1847- 1 91 1), British botanist, working in Trinidad. 

241 1. The flora ofHowth. With map and an introduction on the geology and other features of 
the promontory . . . Dublin (Hodges, Figgis & Co.) 1887. Oct. {Fl. Howth). 

Publ. :Oct 1887 (Nat. Nov. Nov i887;J. Bot. Nov 1887; Bot. Zeit. 27jan 1888), p. [i-iii], [i]- 
137, [138, err.], map. Copies: MO, NY, USDA. 

2412. Some account f the fauna and flora of Sinai, Petra and Wddy 'Arabah. London. (Published for 
the Committee of the Palestine Exploration Fund by Alexander P. Watt) 1 89 1 . Qu. {Account 

fauna fl. Sinai). 

Publ.: 1891 (Bot.Jahrb. i5Sep 1891), p. [i]-x, [i]-255, 2 maps,/;/. /-// (uncol. liths. by W. H. 
Fitch). Copies: G, MO. - Botany p. [jg]-i20, pi. i-g. 

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2413- i'l'Ora of the County Donegal, or list of the flowering plants and ferns with their localities 
and distribution. DubUn (Sealy, Bryers and Walker), London (David Nutt, . . . ) 1898. Oct. 
[Fl. Donegal). 
PwW.iJul-Sep 1898 (p. [vii]: Mai 1898; J. Bot. Oct 1898; Bot. Zeit. 16 Nov 1898; Nat. Nov. 

Oct(i) 1898), p. [i]-xxiv, [i]-39i, [392, err.], err. slip, map. Copy: HH. - For further 

details see BL. 
Ref.: Britten, J., J. Bot. 29: 32. 1891, 36: 288, 408, 504. 1898, 37: 39-41. 1899. 

Hartig, Theodor (1805- 1880), German forester; from 183 1- 1838 lecturer and professor of 
forestry at Berlin; ultimately Forstrath and professor of forestry at the forestry college in 
Braunschweig. [Hartig) . 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 4: 439; Ainsworth p. 343 [index]; Andrews p. 275; 

Barnhart 2: 132; BM 2: 790, 6: 438; CSP 3: 194-195, 7: 912, 12: 314, 15: 662, Frank 
3(Anh.) : 41 ; Hortus 3: 1194 ("T. Hartig"); Kew 2: 593-594; Jackson p. 556 [index]; KR 
p. 266; LS 1 1 428- 1 1435; Moebiusp. 170, 451 ; NI 798; PR 3791-3796 (ed. i : 4 156-4 162); 
Ratzeburg p. 228-231 (!) ; Rehder 5: 370; Tucker i : 322-323. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1881: 39; J. Bot. 18: 160. 1880; Leopoldina 16: 70-71. 1880 (bibl.). 

Bergdolt, E., Karl von Goebel ed. 2. 33. 1941. 

Blasius, Jahresber. Ver. Naturw. Braunschweig 1886/87: 132-145. 1887 (bibl.). 

Katter, Entomol. Nachr. 6(13/14): 151-152. 1880. 

Klebs, Bot. Zeit. 38: 632-635. 1880. 

eponymy: Hartigia Miquel (1845). - Note: Hartigiella P. Sydow (1900) is dedicated to 
Heinrich Julius Adolph Robert Hartig ( 1839- 1 901), German phytopathologist; Hartighsea 
A. H. L.Jussieu (1830) and Hartigsea Steudel (1840, or^A. var.) are dedicated to Dirck Hartog 
(or Hartighs) [fl. 16 16), Dutch navigator, who was the first to explore Western Australia. 

2413a. Abhandlung uber die Verwandlung der polycotyledonischen Pflanzenzelle in Pilz- und Schwamm- 
gebilde, und der daraus hervorgehenden sogenannten Faulniss des Holzes . . . Berlin (Im 
Verlage von C. G. Liideritz) 1833. Oct. [Verwandl. Pfl.-^elle). 
Publ.: 1833, p. [i]-vii, [viii, cont.], [i]-46, /)/. 1-2 (uncol. auct.). Copy: Teyler. 

2414. Neue Theorie der Befruchtung der Pflanzen. Gegriindet auf vergleichende Untersuchung 
der wesentlichsten Verschiedenheiten im Baue der weiblichen Geschlechtstheile. Braun- 
schweig (Druck und Verlag von Friedrich Vieweg und Sohn) 1842. Oct. {JVeue Theorie 
Befrucht.Pfl.). 

Publ.: 1842 (p. [viii] 15 Nov 1841), p. [i-x], [i]-44, [i, err.], i pi., uncol. steel engr. Copy: 
MICH. 

2415. Vollstdndige Naturgeschichte der Jorstliclien Culturpjlanzen Deutschlands . . . Mit 120 in 
Kupfer gestochenen und colorirten Tafeln. Berhn (A. Forstner'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung 
(P. Jeanrenaud)) [i842-]i85i. Qu. [Vollst. Naturgesch. Culturpfl. Deutschl.). 

Publ.: In twelve parts, 1 842-1 851, p. [3]- 10, [1-4, Synopsis A], Synopsis [i]-xvii, [i i]-58o, [4, 
ind.], ErklarungKupfertafeln: [Hefte 1-6, 18 p.], [Hefte 7-8:] [i]-8, [Hefte9-io: i, + i 
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Neue wohlfeile Ausgabe: Leipzig (Arthur Felix) [1886], with coloured plates, published in 4 
"Hefte". Copy: G. 

/: [i]-xvii, [i]-i44, /?/. i-jo, publ.Jun 1886 (Nat. Nov., Bot. Zeit.). 

2: 145-306, J&/.5/-5J, 44-53, 10J-120, publ. ]u\ 1886 (Nat. Nov.; Bot. Zeit.). 

j: ^o'j-/\.^2, pi. 36-4J, 54-y4, publ. Oct 1886 (Bot. Zeit.). 

4' 453-5^o, j&/. 75-104, publ. Oct 1886 (Bot. Zeit.). 

Harting, Pieter (1812-1885), Dutch biologist, and microscopist; Dr. med. Utrecht 1835; 
practicing physician at Oudewater 1 835-1 841, from 1841-1843 at Franeker; from 1843 
professor of natural philosophy, later of zoology at Utrecht University. [Harting). 

HERBARIUM and types: NBV. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: i32;BL2:435, 665;B.V[ 2: 791 ; CSP3: 195-197, 
7: 913-914, 10: 149, 12: 314, 15: 663; De Toni i : Ix, 2: Ixiii; Frank 3(Anh.) : 41 ; IH 2: 258; 
Jacksonp. 152, 395;JW i : 433, 2: 191, 3: 353; Kew2: 594; LS 1 1436-1 1438; Moebiusp.434, 
439;NI:sub W. H. de Vriese; NNB\V9: 322; Oudemansser. 2. 2: 253; PR 3797-3798 (ed. i : 
4163-4166); Quenstedt p. 188; Rehder 5: 370; Tucker i: 323. 
Anon., Leopoldina 21 (23-24) : 215. 1885; Album studiosorum Acad, rheno-trai. 1806-1886, 

xxxi-xxxii. 1886; Bot. Zeit. 44: 56. 1886. 
Buys Ballot, Levensber. afgest. Medeleden Maatsch. Nederl. Letterk., Bijlage Handelingen 

1887: 149-187 (bibl.). 
Deby, J., Bibl. microsc. microgr. Stud. 3, Diat. 31. 1882. 
Prison, E., Henri Ferdinand Van Heurck 105 [index]. 1959. 
Hubrecht, Jaarb. Kon. Ned. Akad. Wet. 1888: (36)-(6o). (bibl.). 
Jonkman, H. F., in Mannen van Beteekenis in onze dagen (n.v.). 
Kanitz, A., Magy. bot. Lap. 10: 11-16. 1886. 
Meesters, Ronald, List 15, nos. 67-70. 1977. 
Sirks, M. J., Ind. natuurond. 41, 156. 19 15. 

COMPOSITE works: (i) Editor oi Album der Natuur 1857- 1885. 

(2)W. H. de Vriese en P. Harting, Monographic des Marattiacees, 1853, see Vriese, W. H. de. 

2416. De magt van het kleine zigtbaar in de vorming der korst van onzen aardbol, of overzigt 
van het maaksel, de geographische en de geologische verspreiding der polypen, der fo- 
raminiferen of polythalamien en der kiezelschalige bacillarien of diatomeen. Utrecht (bij 
van Paddenburg & Comp.) 1849. Oct. (Magt kleine). 

Ed. r. 1849 (p. [ix]: 8 Mar 1849), p. [i-x], [i]-2i8. Copy: U. 

Ed. 2: Amsterdam (C. L. Brinkman) 1866 (p. [vi] : 15 Oct 1866), p. [i-vii], [i]-258. Copy: U. 

Hartinger, Anton (1806- 1890), Austrian botanical artist. {Hartinger) . 

original drawings: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 132; BM 2: 791-792; DTS i : 54, 103; GFp. 58; 
Hortus 3: 1 194 ("Hartinger"); Jackson p. 417, 488; Kew 2: 594; LS 11439; NI 799-802; 
Pleschp. 250-251 ; PR 3799-3801 (ed. i: 4176); Rehder 5: 371; Sotheby 323; Tucker i; 323. 
Nissen, G., Philobiblon 6(8): 302. 1933. 

2417. Endlicher's Paradisus vindobonensis, Abbildungen seltener und schonbliihender Pflan- 
zender Wiener undanderer Garten und .Vluseen von Anton Hartinger . . . erlautertvon Dr. 
Berthold Seemann . . . Illustrations of rare and ornamental plants of the Viennese and other 
gardens and museums by Anton Hartinger described by Berthold Seemann . . . Band i. 
Volume I. 1 844- 1 860. Wien (Wallishauser Buchhandlung [Joseph Klemm]), Leipzig 
(J. G. Schrag's Verlag [A. G. Hoffmann]), London (Trubner & Comp.), Paris (Fr. 
Klincksieck), New York (VVestermann & Comp.) 1844-1860. Fol. [Parad. vindob.). 

Publ.: In 20 parts (a 2iste part was published separately) 1844- 1860 (preface i Jan i860) p. 
[i], [iii-v], [i]-48, [i, dedic. hth. ],/)/. 1-80, partly coloured hths. Copy: MO. 

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volume 2 then started with fasc. 16. The title of the first Lieferung reads: Auswahl der 
seltesten und ausgezeignetsten Blumen in naturgetreuen Abbildungen. This was later changed to the 
title as cited above. Endlicher prepared manuscript for six of the plates. Fenzl, although 
cited in the title of the Lieferungen, contributed nothing. In 1858 B. Seemann continued 
the publication with the 20th Heft as the final Lieferung of Band I (originally scheduled to 
contain 15 Lieferungen) and changed the title to that given above. Seemann published 
another fascicle (21) in i860, with three plates (81/82, 83 and 84) but publication then 
ceased. In the "new" make-up the collation is Band i, pp. [ii], 48, [ij with 78 coloured 
plates, numbered 1-80 and Band 2 part i, pp. 4 with 3 coloured plates, numbered 81-84. 
Re/.: Anon., Flora 30: 51 1. 1846, 31 : 179. 1847, 35: 552. 1850. 

Haidinger, Ber. Mitt. Freund. Naturw. VVien i: 78. 1846, 2: 21, 190, 403. 1847, 5: 16. 

2418. Die essbaren und giftigen Schwdmme in ihren wichtigsten Formen. Als Erlauterung der 
von Anton Hartinger nach der Natur gezeichneten und in Farbendruck ausgefuhrten, von 
M. A. Becker, k.k. Schulrath, unter obigem Titel herausgegebenen Schulwandtafeln. Im 
Auftrage des k.k. Ministeriums fur Kultur und Unterricht beschrieben von Johann Georg 
Bill, . . . Wien (Im k.k. Schulbiacher-Verlage) 1858. Oct. {Essb. gift. Schwdmme) . 

Author of text: ^ohunn Georg Bill (181 3-1870); publisher of the Wandtafeln: Moritz Alois 
Baron von Becker (i8o8?-i887). 

Publ. (text only): 1858, p. [i]-vi, [i]-i50, [1-4, table]. Copy: NY. - For Becker's plates see his 
Die essbaren und giftigen Pilze in ihren wichtigsten Formen . . . Olmiitz 1855, fol. (n.v.) and his 
Die Schwdmme in ihren wichtigsten Formen . . . Wien 1858. fol. {n.v.),6pl. without text (cf BM 
2: 791 ; NI 802). Hartinger is the artist who painted for Becker. Bill published the above 
text. For ed. 2 of this text and later editions of the plates see 2419 and 2420. 

2419. Die essbaren und giftigen Schwdmme in ihren wichtigsten Formen. Als Erlauterung der von 
Anton Hartinger, k.k. Hofchromolithographen, nach der Natur gezeichneten und in 
Farbendruck ausgefuhrten, von M. A. Becker, k.k. Landesschuhnspector, zur Forderungdes 
Schulunterrichtes angeordneten Wandtafeln. Im Auftrage des k.k. Ministeriums fur Cultus 
und Unterricht beschrieben von Johann Georg Bill, Doctor der Medecin, o. o. Professor der 
BotanikundZoologieamst.st.JoanneozuGraz.Wien(Verlagderk.k.Hofchromolithogr.und 
artist. Verlagsinstitute von Ant. Hartinger & Sohn) 1875. Oct. {Essb. gift. Schwdmme). 

Ed. i: 1858 see no. 2418. 

Ed. 2: 1875, p. [i-iv], [i]-59. Copies: USDA, WU. 

2420. Die essbaren und giftigen Schwdmme in ihren wichtigsten Formen. Nach der Natur 
gezeichnet und lithografirt von Anton Hartinger k.k. Hof-Chromolithograf Zur Forderung 
des Schulunterrichtes angeordnet von M. A. Becker kais. Schulrath. 12 Tafeln. Zweite 
verbesserte und vermehrte Ausgabe. Wien (Druck und Verlag des artistisch-hthografischen 
Institutes von Anton Hartinger und Sohn . . . ) 1870. {Essb. gift. Schwdmme). 

Ed. I (two issues) : Olmiitz 1855 (NI 802) and Wien 1858, 6pl., n.v., see 2418. 
Ed. 2: 1870, 12 pi. without text, 53, 5 x 35.5 cm. Copy: WU (inf. W. Gutermann). 
Ed. 3: 1893, 12 pi, accompanied by text, n.v. (Nat. Nov. Mai 1893). 

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2421. Atlas der Alpenflora. Herausgegeben vom Deutschen und Oesterreichischen Alpen- 
verein. Nach der Natur gemalt von Anton Hartinger . . . mit Text von Dr. K. VV. v. Dalla 
Torre. Wien (Eigenthum und Verlag des Deutschen und Oesterr. Alpenvereins in Salzburg) 
[1881-] 1884, 4 vols. {Atlas Alpenfl.). 
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Text: Wien (. . . Alpenvereins in Wien) 1882, Oct., p. [i], [i]-249, [250, abbr., 251, err.]. 
Copies (text and plates) : G, MICH, NY, US. 

Companion vol. : K. W. v. Dalla Torre, Worterbuch der botanischen Fachausdriicke. Erganzung zu 
dem vom Deutschen und Oesterreichischen Alpenverein herausgegebenen Atlas der 
Alpenflora. Salzburg (id.) 1884 (p. iv: Jul 1884) p. [i]-iv, [i]-94. Oct. Copies: G, U. 

Ed. 2: Atlas der Alpenflora. Herausgegeben vom Deutschen und Oesterreichischen Alpen- 
verein. H. neubearbeitete Auflage. VVissenschaftlicher Redacteur: Dr. Palla, . . . Ausfiih- 
rung der Farbentafeln nach Naturaufnahmen und Originalvorlagen von A. Hartinger. 
Photolithographic nach eigenem Verfahren von Nenke & Ostermaier, Kunstanstalt, 
Dresden. Graz 1897. Eigenthum und Verlag des Deutschen und Oesterreichischen 
Alpenvereines. In Commission der J. Lindauer'schen Buchhandlung. Miinchen. 5 vols. 
Oct. 



i: p. [i*], [iii*], contents [i]-xv, /)/. i-ioo. Apr 1896-Aug 1896. 
2: p. [i], [iii],/*/. /0/-200. Jan-Oct 1897. 
3: p. [i], [iii],///. 20/-JOO. Jan-Oct 1897. 
4: p. [i], [iii],/)/. jo/-^oo. Jan-Oct 1897. 
5: p. [i], [iii], pl. 401-500. Oct 1897. 

Copies: U, USDA. - Accompanied by K. VV. v. Dalla Torre, Die Alpenflora der osterreichischen 
Alpenldnder, Siidbaierns und der Schweiz. Nach der analytischen Methode zugleich als 
Handbuch zu dem vom D.u.O. Alpenvereine herausgegebenen "Atlas der Alpenflora" 
(ii Auflage). Miinchen (J. Lindauersche Buchhandlung) 1899. Oct., p. [i]-xvi, [i]-270, 
[i, abbr.]. Copy: U. 

Hartman, Carl (1824- 1884), Swedish botanist; high school teacher at Gavle (1852- 1859); 
lecturer at the teacher's college of Orebro; son of C.J. Hartman. (C Hartm.). 

HERBARIUM and types: UPS; other material at B, C and H. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2 : 132; BL 2: 475, 520, 534, 665; BM 2: 792-793; 
GR p. 490; IH 2: 258; Ktvj 2: 594; Jackson p. 331, 332; KR p. 266-268; PR 3805- 
Rehder 5: 371; SO 184, 185, 186, 3457, 3462; Tucker i: 323. 

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Anon., Leopoldina 20(17-18): 166. 1884; Bot. Not. 1852: 192, 1858: 102; 1884: 104-105. 
Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 59, 939. 1963. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(3): 14., pi. 102. 1905 (portr.). 

COMPOSITE works: Edited editions 6-1 1 of C.J. Hartman, Handbok i Skandinaviens flora, q.v. 
(TL 2/2426). 

2422. Flora gevaliensis sen enumeratio plantarum circa Gevaliam sponte crescentium, quam 
venia ampliss. facult. philos. Upsal. praeside Elia Fries . . . p.p. Carolus Hartman Gestricio 
Helsingus in audit, [handwritten: Gust, min.] die xiii nov. mdcccxlvii. h.p. [handwritten] 
m.s. Gevaliae [Gavle] (excudebat A. D. Landin) s.d. [1847]. Oct. {Fl. geval.). 

i: p. [i]-i8, resp. C. Hartman, 13 Nov 1847. 

2: p. [i], 19-34, resp. R. W. Hartman, 7jun 1848 (Robert Wilhelm Hartman, 1827-1891 ; co- 
author) . 
5: p. [i], 35-57, auctor C. Hartman, 7 Jun 1848. 

Copies: G (with t.p. of part i only), L (all 3 t.p.'s), NY (id.). 

Swedish version: Gefle-traktens vexter, enl. Prof Fries' naturliga system. Gefle (A. P. Landin) 
1848. Oct., p. [i-iii], 15-57, ^-^-^ fide KR. (ed. 2, by R. W. Hartman, ib. 1863, see 2430). 

2423. Annotationes de plantes scandinavicis herbarii linnaeani, in musaeo societ. linnaeanae 
Londin. asservati. [Stockholm (P. A. Norstedt & S.) 1852]. Oct. {Annot. pi. scand.). 
Publ.: 1852 (KR), cover, p. [i], [i]-262. Copy: NY. - Partly reprinted from Sv. Vet.-Akad. 

Handl. 1849: 145-191, 1851 : 21 1-246 ("Anteckningar vid de Skandinaviska vaxterna i 
Linnes herbarium"). See also Wallich, in W.J. Hooker, Kew J. Bot. Kew Card. Misc. 4: 
217-220, 252-254. 1852, 5: 25-29. 1853. 

2424. Skandinaviens forndmsta dtliga och giftiga Svampar. 82 figurer a 8 planscher i fargtryck 
utgifnaafC. Hartman, . . . Texten med forfattarens medgifvande hemtad fran "J. W. Smitts 
Skandinaviens atliga och giftiga svampar" och ofversedd at utgifvaren. Stockholm (pa Em 
Girons Forlag) 1874. Oct. {Skand. dtl. gift. Svamp.). 

Publ.: Apr-Dec 1874 (p. vii: Apr 1874), [i]-vii, [i]-7i, [72, bibl. ],/*/. 1-8, col. liths. Copy: 
Stevenson. - Third ed. of Johan Wilhelm Smitt ( 182 1 -1904), Skandinaviens fornamste 
atliga och giftiga svampar. Stockholm 1863, ed. 2, 1867, KR p. 655. 

Hartman, Carl Johan ( 1 790-1849), Swedish physician and botanist, pupil ofThunberg at 
Uppsala, ultimately government physician in Gastrikland. [Hartm.). 

HERBARIUM and types: UPS. - Hartman's considerable private herbarium went first to his 
son Carl (1824-1884) and is now incorporated in the general herbarium of UPS. Other 
material in C, H and in the Thunberg herbarium (UPS). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : AG 2 ( I ) : 212-213; Barnhart 2 : 133; BL 2 : 475, 665 ; BM 2 : 
793;Bossertp. i65;CSP3: 200, 7:915, 10: 151, 15: 666; Hortus 1 194 ("Hartm."); IF p. 701 ; 
IH 2: 258; Kew 2: 594-595; Jackson p. 331 ; KRp. 268-270; NAFser. 2. 3: 36; PR 3802-3804 
(ed. 1 : 4168-41 71); Rehder 5: 371 ; SBC p. 121 ("Hartm.") ; SO 848, 850a; Tucker i : 323- 
324; Zander ed. 10, p. 669. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1843: 31, 32, 1849: 148, 1882: 164; Bot. Zeit. 7: 808; Generalreg. Bot. Not. 

29-30- 1939; J- Bot. 21: 64. 1883. 
Collander, R., Hist. bot. Finland 96. 1965. 

Hartman, C, in C.J. Hartman, Handb. skand. Fl. ed. 5, p. xii-xxii. 1849 (portr.). 
Scheutz, N.J. W., Bot. Not. 1863: 69. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2) : 40. 1903, 3(3) : 14. 1905. 

2425. Genera graminum in Scandinavia indigenorum recognita. Quae consensu experientiss. 
facult. med. Upsal. praeside C. P. Thunberg . . . p.p. auctor Carolus Joh. Hartman Gestric. 
Helsingus, stipend, reg. in auditor, botanico d. xxvii nov. mdcccxix. h.a.m.s. Upsaliae 
(Regiae Academiae Typographi) s.d. [1819]. Qu. {Gen. gram.). 

Publ.: 27 Nov. 1819, p. [i], [i]-io. Copies: G, USDA. - Even though in many cases the 

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promotor (C. P. Thunberg) was responsible for the text of academic dissertations de- 
fended at Uppsala, this dissertation should be attributed to the defendant, C.J. Hartman, 
who is identified as "auctor" on the title page. 

2426. Handbok i Skandinaviens flora, innefettande Sveriges och Norriges vexter, till och med 
mossorna. Med inledning, athandlande grunderna lor Botanikens studium, samt tvanne 
plancher . . . Stockholm (Zacharias Haeggstrom) 1820. Oct. {Handb. Skand.fl.). 

Ed.r.^ Oct 1820 (SYp. 63), p. [i]-32, [i]-lxiii, [11-489 ["488"], [i, err.],j&/. 1-2. Copies: G, 
MO, NY, USDA. -P. Isoviita informed us (1977) that a complete set of all editions of the 
Handbok is at H. 
Ed. 2: ^'Handbok . . . mossorna. Med en ofversigt af vextlaran och botanikens studium i 
allmanhet . . . andra upplagen, omarbetad och forokad." Stockholm (Zacharias Haegg- 
strom) 1832. Oct. 

PubL: 1832, p. [i]-xxviii, [i]-cliv, [i]-^o8, pi. 1-2. Copies: NY, USDA. 
Ed. j: "Handbok . . . mossorna; med ett utkast till botanologien eller vextlaren i allmanhet 
. . . tredje upplagen, ratted och forokad ..." Stockholm (Zacharias Haeggstrom) 1838. 
Fo'rra delen: Botanologien. Med 2 'V'ei^ov,publ. 1838, p. |;ij-iv, [ij-clxxix, [clxxx, err.],/?/, i- 

2. Copies: G, NY, USDA. 
Sednare delen: Floran. Med 2 Taflor, j)m/)/. 1838, p. [i]-xxxii, [i]-350,j&/. 1-2. Copies: G, NY, 
USDA. 
Ed. 4: "Handbok . . . mossorna . . . Fjerde upplagan, ratlad och forokad. Med tvanne taflor." 
Stockholm (Zacharias Haeggstrom) 1843. Oct. 
PubL: ]an-M.di\ 1843, P- [i]-xxxiii, [\]-^82,pl. 1-2. Copy: NY. 
Ed. 5: "Handbok . . . mossorna; ordnade efter Prof Fries' system . . . femte upplagan, rattad 
och forokad. Med fbrfattarans portrait." Stockholm (Zacharias Haeggstrom) 1849. Oct. 
PubL: Dec 1849 or Jan 1850 (p. vi: Dec 1849; Bot. Not. Feb 1850) portr. of author, p. [i]- 
xxiv, i-cxx, [i]-503. Copies: G, NY, USDA. 
Ed. 6: "Handbok . . . Norges vexter, till och med Mossorna; ornade efter Prof Fries' system 
. . . sjette upplagan, utgiven med rattelser och tillagg af Carl Hartman ..." Stockholm 
(Zacharias Haeggstrom) 1854. Oct. 
Editor: Carl Hartman (1824- 1884). Edited eds. 6-1 1. 

Pm^/.: Jun-Oct 1854 (pref Jun 1854; Bot. Not. Nov-Dec 1854), p. [i*-iv*], [i]-cxxiv, [i]- 
536. Copies: G, MO, NY, USDA. 
Ed. y: "Handbok .... sjunde upplagan, utgiven med rattelser och tillagg af Carl Hartman 
..." Stockholm (Zacharias Haeggstrom) 1858. Oct. 

PubL:}vin 1858 (p. iv; i Jun 1858;' Bot. Not. Jul 1858), p. [i*-iv*], [i]-cviii, [i]-494. Copies: 
G, NY. 
Ed. 8: "Handbok . . . attonde upplagan, utgifven med rattelser och tillagg af Carl Hartman 
..." Stockholm (Zacharias Haeggstrom Forlag) 1861. Oct. 

PubL: 14-igJun 1861 (p. iv*: Mai 1861 ; date inf P. Isoviita from letters to Hartman), p. 
[i*-iv*], [i]-cviii, [ij-518, [i, err.]. Copy: NY. 
Ed. g: "Handbok . . . nionde upplagen, utgifven med rattelser och tillagg af Carl Hartman 
..." Stockholm (Zacharias Haeggstrom Forlag) 1864. 2 vols. Oct. 
Forra delen: Phanerogamer och Ormbunkar,/'M^/. : Sep- Dec 1864 (p. v: Sep 1864) p. [ii*- 

V*], [i]-lxiv, [i]-322. 
Sednare delen: Mossor, /)m^/. : Sep-Dec 1864, p. [i]-xii, [i]- 120. A copy with an 1866 imprint 
is reported by GroUe (copyJE; seeFeddes Repert. 87: 223 andinlitt. to P. Isoviita); we 
have not found such a copy, but Saelan also mentions "1866". 
Copies: NY, Steere (pars 2); USDA. 
Ed. 10: "Handbok . . . tionde upplagan, utgifven med rattelser och tillagg af Carl Hartman 
..." Stockholm (Zacharias Haeggstroms Forlag) 1870. 2 vols. Oct. 
Forra delen: Phanerogamer och Ormbunkar, pubL: Mai 1870 (p. vi*: Mar 1870), p. [i*- 

vi*], [i]-lxx, [i]-343. Copies: G, NY. (Inf date P. Isoviita). 
Sednare delen: Mossor, pubL: Sep 1871 (p. iv: Mai 1871; Bot. Not. Nov 1871), p. [i]-xxviii, 
[i]-i79, [180, err.]. Copies: G, NY, Steere (pars 2); USDA. (Inf date P. Isoviita). 
Ed. 11: "C.J. Hartmans Handbok . . . elfte, belt och ballet omarbetade upplagan, utgifven af 
Carl Hartman ..." Stockholm (Zacharias Haeggstroms Forlag) 1879. Oct. 
Forra delen: Fanerogamer och ormbunkar, /?m^/. : Mai-Jun 1879 (p. [iv*]: Mai 1879. Nat. 
Nov. Jun 1879), p. [i*-iv*], [i]-lxxxiii, [i]-626. Copies: G, NY, USDA. 

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HARTMAN, R. W. 

Ed. 12: "C. J. oeh C. Hartmans Handbok i Skandinaviens flora, innefattande Sveriges, 

Norges, Finlands och Danmarks ormbunkar och fanerogamer. Tolfte upplagan, utgifven 

af Th. O. B. N. Krok . . . (Medearbetare: Lekt. S. Almquist; lekt. Hj. Hjelt; Doc. O. 

Kihlman; Koll. N. G. W. Langerstedt; Doc. E. Ljungstrom; Doc. A. N. Lundstrom; 

Rekt. L. M. Neuman; Dokt. N. Hj. Nillsson; Distriktslak. L. Schlegel; Telegraflcomm. F. 

Svanlund och Prof. V. B. Wittrock.)" Stockholm (Hjalmar Kinbergs Forlagsexpedition) 

s.d. [1889]. Oct. t 

Main author: Thorgny Ossian Bohvar Napoleon Krok ( 1834-192 1). 

Collaborators: Sigfrid Oscar Immanuel Almquist (1844- 1923). Albert Hjalmar Hjelt 
(1851-1925). Alfred Oswald Kihlman (after 1906: Kairamo) (1858- 1938). Nils Ger- 
hard Wilhelm Kagerstedt (1847- 1925). Ernst Leopold Ljungstrom (1854- 1943) (see 
Bot. Not. 1944: 367-378). Axel Nicolaus Lundstrom (1847- 1905). Leopold Martin 
Neuman (1852- 1922). Nils Hjalmar Nilsson (1856- 1925) (see Sv. bot. Tidskr. 20: 72- 
76. 1926). Henrik Adolf Leonard Schlegel (1845-1901). Johan Fredrik Eberhard 
Svanlund (1832- 1902). Veit Brecher Wittrock (1839-1914). 

Puhl. (F6rstaHaftet):Jun 1889 (Nat. Nov. Jul 1889; see also J. Bot. Dec 1889), p. [i-iv], 
[i]-i28. Unfinished. Of the collaborators mentioned above Almquist, Lagerstedt and 
Svanlund contributed to this first and only part. Copies: G, MICH, NY. - For a 
continuation see no. 2947. 

2427. Svensk och norsk excursions-flora. Phanerogamer och ormbunkar. Stockholm (Zacharias 
Haeggstrom) 1846. Duod. {Sv. norsk exc.fl.). 

Ed. /: Jun-Jul 1846 (p. iv: i Jun 1846; Bot. Zeit. 28 Aug 1846), p. [i]-xvi, [ij-igi. Copy: NY. 

Ed. 2: ''Svensk . . . Andra upplagan med rattelset och tillagg af Carl Hartman ..." Stock- 
holm (Zacherias Haeggstrom) 1853. Duod. Publ.: Mai-Jun 1853 (p. iv: i Mai 1853; Bot. 
Not. Jun-Jul 1853), p. [i]-xvi, [i]-i9i, [192, err.]. Copy: NY. 

Ed. j: ''Svensk . . . Tredje upplagan med rattelser och tillagg af Carl Hartman, lector." 
Stockholm (Zacharias Haeggstroms Forlag) i860. Duod. Publ.: Sep-Dec i860 (p. iv: i 
Sep i860), p. [i]-xvi, [i]-20i, [202, err.]. Copy: NY. 

Ed. 4: "Svensk . . . Fjerde upplagan med rattelser och tillagg af Carl Hartman ..." Stock- 
holm (Zacharias Haeggstroms Forlag) 1866. Duod. Publ.: Mai-Dec 1866 (p. iv: Mai 
1866), p. [i]-xv, [i]-i99. Copies: G, NY. 

Hartman, Carl Vilhelm (i 862-1 941), Swedish botanist, ethnographer and archeologist, 
son of Carl Hartman; curator at the Carnegie Museum at Pittsburgh 1903- 1908, later at the 
Stockholm Riksmuseum. (C. V. Hartm.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown; possibly Costa Rican coll. at CM. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Bamhart 2 : 133; BL 2 : 509, 665 ; CSP 1 5 : 666 ; Kew 2 : 594 ; 

KR p. 270; Langman p. 351. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1894: 133. 

Hartman, C. V., Carnegie Mus. Pittsburgh, Ann. Rep. 1904: 25-28, 1909: 10. 

2428. Handbok i svenska tragardskotseln. Nionde afdelingen (Tillaggshafte.) Vdxtnomenclatur 
innefattande de i Sverige vilda och odlade Vaxternas slagt- och artnamn, samt vanligare 
botaniska termer, deres betydelse och betoning, jemte forklaring af forkortade autorsnamn 
. . . Stockholm (Sigfrid Flodins Forlag) [1884]. Oct. {Vdxtnomenclatur) . 

Publ.: Aug-Sep 1884 (p. v: Aug 1884; Nat. Nov. Oct 1884; Bot. Zeit. 31 Oct 1884), p. [i]-v, 
[i]-i78. Copy: Bo Peterson. - Constitutes the ninth part of E. Lindgren, A. Pihl och G. 
Lowegren, "Handbok i svenska tradgardsskotseln." 

Hartman, Robert Wilhelm (1827-1801), Swedish botanist, son of C.J. Hartman; teacher 
at Gavle; Dr. phil. Uppsala 1854. (R. Hartm.). 

HERBARIUM and types: UPS. - Exsiccatae: Bryaceae Scandinaviae exsiccatae (fasc. 1-15, nos. i- 
450, Gevaliae [Landin; 14-15: Lindholm] 1857-1874, 450 nos. fasc. 14-15 edited by A.J. 
Lindholm), complete sets at BM, LD, S, UPS and W, other sets at B, BM, BR, C, CU, FH, 
FJ, GB, H, K, L, MANCH, PC. - Most sets were noticed by Bot. Not. 

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HARTMAN, R. W. 

Ref.: Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19: 210. 1971. 

Hartman, C, Handb. Skand. fl. ed. 10, 1871 (lists exsiccatae). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : i33;BL2: 520, 524, 665; BM 2: 793; GRp. 490; 

IH 2: 258; KR p. 270-271 ; PR 3809; Rehder 5: 371 ; Tucker i : 324. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1872: 188; 1891: 173. 

Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(3) : 15,/)/. 102. 1905 (portr.). 

2429. Helsinglands Cotyledoneae och Heteronemeae . Academisk Afhandling, med vidtberomda 
Philos. Facultetens tillstand, under inseende af Mag. Elias Fries, . . . for philosophiska 
graden fbrfattad och utgifven af Rob. Wilh. Hartman . . . och till offentlig granskning 
framstalld pa Gustav. Auditorium den 31 Maj 1854. p.v.t.f.m. Gefle (A. P. Landin) 1854. 
Oct. (in fours). {Helsingl. Cotyl. Heteronem.). 

PubL: 31 Mai 1854, p. [i]-35. Copy. NY. - Hartman is identified as author ("forfatted . . . 
af"). 

2430. Gefle-traktens vdxter, med vaxtstallen for de sallsyntare, uptecknade af Rob. Hartman. 
Andra upplagan. Gefle (A. P. Landin) 1863. Oct {Gefle-tr. vdxt.). 

PubL: 1863 (p. 4: i8Jun 1863), p. [i]-6o. Coj^: GB. -Second edition of C. Hartman, Gefle- 
traktens vexter, 1848 (see no. 2422). 

Hartmann, Frans Xaver, Ritter von (i 737-1 791), Austrian botanist. (F. Hartmann). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 133; BFM 1354, 1679, 1360; BM 2: 794; 
Dryander3: 21 ; Laseguep. 289; Moebiusp. 352; PR 3810 (ed. i : 4172); Rehder 5: 371 ;TL- 
2/1266. 

COMPOSITE works: See Crantz, Inst, rei herb., add. 1767, TL 2/1266. 

eponymy: Hartmannia Spach (1835) is dedicated to Emanuel Friedrich Hartmann (1784- 
1837), German cryptogamist, later working in Louisiana ;//ari»2aH?2za A. P. de Candolle 1836 
is dedicated to Jos. Adolph Hartmann {fl. 1739), . . . traveller in California. 

2431. Primae lineae institutionum botanicarum clarissimi viri Crantz quas authoritate et con- 
sensu illustrissimorum, perillustrium, magnificorum, spectabilium, clarissimorum virorum 
reverendissi ac magnifici domini universitatis rectoris reverendissimi, illustrissimi, ac am- 
plissimi domini universitatis cancellarii illustrissimi, magnifici, ac clarissimi inclytae facul- 
tatis medicae domini praesidis perillustris, ac magnifici inclytae facultatis medicae domini 
vice-praesidis perillustris, magnifici, ac spectabilis inclytae facultatis medicae domini decani 
d.d. sacrae caesareoregiae apostolicae majestatis consiliariorum & archiatrorum, nee non 
clarissimorum dd. professorum venerabilis domini senioris, atque totius amplissimi d.d. 
medicorum collegii pro doctoratus laurea, summisque in medicina honoribus & privilegiis 
legitime impetrandis pubhcae disquisitioni submittit Franc. Xaver. Hartmann silesius aa. 
II. et phil. magister pro suprema doctoratus laurea candid. Disputabitur in palatio uni- 
versitatis die mensis [ ] mdcclxvi. Vindobonae [Wien] (typis Joannis Thomae de 
Trattern) s.d. [1766]. Oct. [Primae lin. inst. bot.). 

Ed. r. 1766, p. [i]-6o, [1.2, theses], />/. 1-4, uncol. copper engr. Copy. NY. 

Ed. 2: Primarum linearum institutionum botanicarum clarissimi viri Crantizii editio altera 

continens characteristicas omnium classium icones, additamenta novorum generum et 

specierum. In necessarium institutionem rei herbariae supplementum auctore Franc. 

Xaver. Hartmanno . . . Lipsiae [Liepzig] (impensis Joannis Pauli Kraus) 1767. Oct. 

PubL: 1767, p. [i-viii], [i]-94, [1-2, index],/)/. 1-4., uncol. copper engr. by Aug. Cipps. 
Copies: M, MO. 

Hartmann, Max (1876-x), German algologist. (M. Hartmann). 

herbarium and types: Unknown. 

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HARTWEG, A. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 133; Kew 2: 595; LS suppl. 10850-10853. 

2432. Autogamie bet Protisten und ihre Bedeutung fur das Befruchtungsproblem . . . mit 27 
Abbildungen im Text. Jena (Gustav Fischer) 1909. Oct. {Autogam. Protist.). 

Pm^/. : Jan-Jun 1909 (J. Bot. Jul 1909), p. [i]-72,/^. i-sy. Copy: G. - Reprinted from Archiv 

fiir Protistenkunde 14(2), 1909. 
Ref.\ S.G., J. Bot. 47: 282-283. 1909. 

Hartmann, Wilhelm (fi. 1794) (= Gottfried Wilhelm Hartmann, ± 1770- 1823?). [W. 
Hartmann) . 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIBLIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 134; CSP3: 201 ; MWp. 161 ; PR 3823 (ed. i : 
4i94);Rehder5: 371. 

2433. Dissertatio inaugurahs sistens observationes botanicas de discrimine generico Betulae et 
Alni. Quam consensu gratiosae facultatis medicae in Academia Carolina stutgardiana 
constitutae pro gradu doctoris medicinae proponit auctor Guilelmus Hartmann, stutgar- 
dianus. Die [ ] Febr. mdccxciv. Typis Academicis [Stuttgart I7q4]. Qu. {Discr. Betul. 
Aln.). 

Publ.: Feb 1794, p. [i], [i]-38. Copy: M. 

Reprint: in Roemer, Arch. bot. 2: 350-378. Mar-Dec 1801. 

Hartung, C. A. F. A. Heinrich {fi. 18 12), German physician. [Hartung). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BM 2: 795; PR 3824 (ed. 1 : 4196); Rehder 3: 721. 

note: We have no biographical information on this author. 

2434. De Cinchonae speciebus, atque medicamentis chinam supplentibus : dissertatio quam pro 
summis in arte medica consequendis honoribus, coram illustri facultate medica argentora- 
tensi, die 29 februarii 1812, hora tertia pomeridiana, pubhce, defendere conabitur C. A. F. 
A. Henricus Hartung, -mayenensis, ex praef. rheno. mosellana. Argentorati [Strasbourg] 
(typis Levrault, almae facultatis medicae typographi) 181 2. Qu. {Cinchon. sp.). 

Publ.: 29 Feb 1812, p. [i-iv], [i]-39. Copy: G. 

Hartweg, Andreas (x-1831), German botanist, director of the Karlsruhe botanical Gar- 
den. {A. Hartw.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown; bought 1832 by the Grand Duke of Baden. 
Ref.: Anon., Flora 14(2) Int. Bl. i: 5-6. 1831, 16: 64. 1833 (sale herb.). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 134; BM 2: 795; Jackson p. 425; PR 3825 (ed. i : 
4197); Rehder 5: 371 ; Tucker i : 324; 
Anon., Flora 14: 303. 1831. 

eponymy: Hartwegia C. G. D. Nees (1831). 

2435. Hortus carlsruhanus oder : Verzeichnis sammtlicher Gewachse welche in dem grossher- 
zoglichen botanischen Garten zu Carlsruhe cultivirt werden nebst dem geschichtlichen der 
botanischen und Lustgarten von 1530- 1825. Und einem Situationsplan im Grund- und 
Aufriss und im Durchschnitt von sammtlichen Gewachshausern. Herausgegeben von Gar- 
teninspector Hartweg. Carlsruhe (gedruckt bei P. Macklot) s.d. [1825]. Oct. (in fours). 
{Hort. carlsruh.). 

Publ.: Apr-Dec 1825 (p. vi: Mar 1825), p. [i]-xlvii, 2 charts, [i]-303, [i]-7, [8], err.], / uncol. 

copper engr. Copies: NY (i chart), Regensburg. 
Re/.: Anon., Flora 9: 142 (rd.), 343-347 (rev.) 7 Mar & 14 Jun 1836. 

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HARTWEG 

Hartweg, Carl Theodor (1812-1871), German botanist ; son of Andreas Hartweg ; botani- 
cal collector for the Horticultural Society of London in North, Central and South America 
1 836- 1 843 and 1 845- 1 847; afterwards inspector of the ducal gardens at Schwetzingen 
(Baden). {Hartw.). 

HERBARIUM and types: K (first set of Hartweg's own collections), LD (orig. herb.). Sets of 
plants collected by Hartweg are in many herbaria, see IH. Letters and reports in library. 
Royal Horticultural Society, London. Hartweg's plants were described by Bentham [PL 
Hartw.), see TL 2/424. 

Ref.: McVaugh, R., in G. Bentham, Plantae hartwegianae, facsimile ed. (see e.g. for 
itinerary) (TL 2/424). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 3: 49; Backer p. 255; Barnhart 2: 134; BB p. 141 ; Clokie 
p. 179; CSP 3: 203; Desmond p. 291-292; Hemsley 4: 126-127; Hortus 3: 1194 ("Hart- 
weg"); IH 2: 259; Jackson p. 556; Kew 2: 596; Langman p. 351, 927-928; Lasegue p. 
207-209; ME 1 : 192, 3: 592; PR (s.n.); Rehder 5: 371 ; TL-2/424. 
Alden and Ifft, Occ. Papers Calif Acad. Sci. 20: 47-48. 1943. 

Anon., J. Hort. Soc. London i: 169-170. 1846 (prel. report on 1 845- 1 846 trip to Mexico and 
California) ; Bull. Soc. bot. France 18: 189. 1871 ;J. Bot. 9: 224. i87i;Gard. Chron. 1871 : 

3i3>904- 
Brewer, W. H., in S. Watson, Bot. Calif. 2: 556. 1880. 
Coats, A. M., Quest for plants 317-319, 344-346. 1969. 
Cox, J. Roy. Hort. Soc. 80: 275-276. 1955. 
C.S., Gartenflora 7: 360. 1858. 

Eastwood, A., California hist. Soc. Quart. 18: 342-343. 1939. 
Ewan, J., in: Cent. Progress nat. Sci. 51. 1955. 
Gray, J. L., Letters A. Gray 150. 1893. 
Hartweg, J. Hort. Soc. London i: 180-185. 1846, 2: 121-125, 187-191. 1847, 3: 217-228. 

1848 ("journal of a mission to California in search of plants") ; Trans. Hort. Soc. London 

ser. 2. 3: [i 1 5] -162, pi. 3. 1848 (Notes of a visit to Mexico, Guatemala, and Equatorial 

America . . . 1836-1843). 
Howell, J. T., Marin flora 29. 1949; see also Leafl. West. Bot. 1(15): 180-181. 1935 (note on 

Hartweg from the memoirs of Theodor Cordua, in Quart. Calif hist. Soc. 12: 279-31 1. 

1933)- 

James, The trees of Bicton 109. 1969. 

Jepson, W. L., Erythea 5(3): 31-35, 51-56. 1897 (explorations in America). 

Linden, J. etj. E. Planchon, Troisieme voyage dej. Linden i: Ix. 1863. 

McKelvey, S. D., Bot. Expl. Trans-Mississippi West 1790- 1850, 961-980. 1955. 

McVaugh, R., Introduction to the facsimile reprint of George Bentham's Plantae Hartweg- 
ianae (Hist. nat. class. 3o),Lehre (J. Cramer) 1970,1!, 102 p., map3; seealso Contr. Univ. 
Mich. Herb. 9: 243-244. 1972 (itin. Mexico). 

Reinikka, M. A., Hist. Orchid. 187-188. 1972. 

Sargent, C. S., Silva 2: 34. 1891. 

Thomas, J. H., Contr. Dudley Herb. 5(6): 155. 1961. (Santa Cruz coll.). 

Urban, I., Symb. ant. i : 10. 1898, 3: 57-58. 1902. 

Weberbauer, A., Pflanzenw. peruan. Anden 11. 191 1 (Veg. Erde 12). 

eponymy: Hartwegia]. Lindley (1837); Hartwegiella O. E. Schulz (1933). 

Harvey, William Henry (181 1-1866), Irish botanist; colonial treasurer at the Cape 1836- 
1841 ; curator of TCD 1843; professor of botany Dublin 1856; traveller in the United States 
(1849- 1 850), South Africa (i 835-1 841), and Australia, New Zealand and Fiji (1853- 1856). 

{Harv.). 

HERBARIUM and types: TCD. - Duplicates in many herbaria. Exsiccatae: 
(i) Australian algae, nos. 1-601. Sets at BM, DWC, FH, FMC, L, MEL, NY. 

(2) Ceylon algae, nos. 1-106. Sets at FH, FMC, L, NY. 

(3) Friendly Island Algae, no?,. 1-124. Sets at FH, G, L, NY (collected at Tongatabu, Lifukaor 
Hapai, and Vavan). Important sets of Harvey's Australian algae are also e.g. at BM, 
DWC, MEL, NSW and STA; for further details see Ducker (1977), Blackler (1977) and 

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May (1977) . The main part of the Sender herbarium used for the Flora Capensis is at S (at 
least 60.000 specimens, fideB. Nordenstam in htt.); Gandoger (1913) claimed to have a 
large share of the Sonder/Fl. cap. originals (now at LY). See also under Sender. A 
Harvey manuscript and 10 original plates is at FH. Letters at BM. 
Ref.: Gandoger, M., Bull. Soc. bot. France 60: 415. 1913. 

Lindman, C. A. M., Riksmuseets uppkomst och utveckling 103. 1916. 

Womersley, H. B. S., Austral. J. mar. freshw. Research 7(3): 346. 1956. 

Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19: 77. 1969; Bryologist 80: 509. 1978. 

Gordon, R. B., Taxon 24: 628. 1975. 

Ross, R. R., Taxon 25: 525-526. 1976. 

Ducker, Sc. C., Taxon 26: 166-168. 1977 (extensive details on Austral, alg.). 

Blackler, H., Taxon 26: 495-496. 1977. 

May, v., Taxon 26: 496. 1977. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Bamhart 2 : 135; BB p. 1 4 1 - 1 42 ; BL i : 54, 300, 2 : 280, 665 ; 
BM 2: 795-796; Bossert p. 166; Clokie p. 1 79; CSP 3: 205-207, 7:917, 12: 315; Dawson p. 
794; Desmond p. 292; DeToni i : Ix-lxi, 2: Ixiii; DNB25: 180; Frank 3 (Anh.) : 41 ; GRcat.p. 
64 ("Harv."); Hortus 3: 1194 ("Harv."); HR; IH 2: 259; Kew 2: 598; Jackson p. 556; KR 
p. 271-272; Lasegue p. 327, 448, 504, 545; Lenley p. 459 (Torrey cor..) ; ME i: 192,3:592 
[index]; Moebiusp. 67, 86, 88; MWp. i6i;NAF 1 1(1) : 89, ser. 2. 2: 159, 4: 43, 6: 64, 8: 47; 
NI 803-807; PR 3827-3835 (ed. i: 4198-4200); Rehder 5: 372; RS p. 86; SBC p. 122 
("Harv.") ; TL-2/239, see index; Tucker i : 324-325; Urban-Berl. p. 264, 353; Zander ed. 10, 
p. 667. 

Allen, M., The Hookers of Kew 1 785-191 1. London 1967, p. 153, 155, 202, 204, 210, 224. 
Anon., Flora 49: 336. 1866; Bot. Zeit. 24: 216. 267-268. 1866; [Fisher, Lydiajane], Memoir 

of W. H. Harvey, London 1869, xvi, 372 p. (portr. ; mainly autobiographical) ; Bull. Soc. 

bot. France i: 43. 1854 (voyage to the East), 3: 736. 1857 (coll.), i3(bibl.): 190. 1866; 

Bonplandia 7: 104. 1853 (on the projected journey to Australia) ; Proc. Roy. Soc. London 

16: xxii-xxiii. 1868; Proc. Linn. Soc. London 1865/66: Ixi-lxv. 1866; Gard. Chron. 1866: 

537-538. 
Bailey, Proc. R. Soc. Queensland 1890/91 : xxviii. 1891. 
Baker, H. A. and E. G. H. OHver, Ericas in S. Afr. ix-x. 1967. 
Burkill, L H., Chapt. hist. bot. India 183, 184. 1965. 
Coats, A. M., Quest for plants 264-265. 1969. 
Diels, L., Pflanzenw. West-Austral. 55, 71. 1906 (Veg. Erde 7). 
Dixon et al., Brit, phycol. Bull. 3(1) : 11 5- 11 6. 1966. 
Ewan, J. et al., Short hist. bot. U.S. 9, 42, 74, 75, 77. 1969. 
Fletcher, H. R., Roy. Bot. Gard. Edinburgh 125, 185. 1970. 
Geary, Veld en Flora 61(1): 8-10. 1975 (portr.). 
Gray, A., Ann. Rep. Smiths. Inst. 22: 131-134. 1867; Amer. J. Sci. 92: 129, 273-277. 1866; 

Sci. Pap. 2: 337-342- 1889. 
Green, J. R., Hist. bot. 437-442. 1914. 
Harvey-Gibson, R. J., Outlines hist. bot. 172. 1914. 
Hooker, J. D., Fl. Tasm. cxxvi. 1859. 

Huxley, L., Life letters J. D. Hooker 538 [index; many references] 1918. 
Jessop, J. P., Suid-Afrik. biogr. Woordenb. i: 367-369. 1968. 
Lucas, Vict. Natural. 50: 186. 1933 (corr. in "a pioneer botanist in Victoria"). 
MacOwan, Trans. S. Afr. philos. Soc. 4: li-iiii. 1887. 
Maiden,J. H.,J. Proc. Roy. Soc. N.S.W. 42: 69-71. 1908; J. West Austral, nat. Hist. Soc. 6: 

18, 29-31. 1909; Pap. Proc. Roy. Soc. Tasmania 1909: 19. 
Marloth, R., The flora of South Africa i : ix. 191 3 (portr.). 
Merrill, E. D., Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 30(1); 144. 1947 (Pacific Isl. bibl.). 
Milner, J. D., Cat. Portr. Kew 58. 1906. 

Mitchell, M. E., in C. C. Gillispie, DSB 6: 162-163. 1972 (bibl.). 
Perceval Wright, Notes Bot. School Trinity College, DubHn i : (5)-(8). 1896. 
PhiHps, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 247, 364. 1963. 
Praeger, R. L., in F. W. Oliver, Makers Brit. bot. 202-224, 328,/)/. ly. 191 3; Proc. R. Irish 

Acad. 7: cxxxiii. 1901; Irish NaturaUst 27(10,11): 162-163. 1918 (on H. and Charles 

Darwin). 
Rodgers, A. D-, John Torrey 342 [index]. 1942. 

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Seemann B., J. Bot. 4: 236-238. 1866. 

Verduyn de Boer, J. H., Die Huisgenoot 6 Mai 1926. 

Webb, D. A., Hermathena 103: 32-45. 1966 (H. and the tradition of systematic botany, 

portr.). 
Willis, J. H., Vict. Natural. 66: 108. 1949. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 93. 1903, 3(3): lii, 79, j6/. 6g. 1905 (portr.). 

COMPOSITE works: (i) See J. W. Bailey, U.S. Explor. Exped., Lower Crypt. 1862, TL-2/239. 

(2) W.J. Hooker, British flora, vol. 2(1), Confervoideae, p. 322-385, Gloiocladeae, p. 385-401. 
1833; reprinted 1844, TL-2/3000. 

(3) Mackay, J. T., Flora hibernica vol. 2, 1836, Algae. 

HANDWRITING :Bartonia 28 :/>/. 5. 1957; Candollea3o: 387-388. 1975; see also frontisp. portr. 
in Harvey, Man. Brit. mar. alg. ed. [2], 1849. 

eponymy: Harveya W.J. Hooker (1837); Harveyella Schmitz & Reinke (1889). 

2436. The genera of South African plants , arranged according*to the natural system. Cape Town 
(A. S. Robertson) 1838. Oct. {Gen. S. Afr. pi.). 

Ed. /: Aug-Dec 1838 (p. 420: 23JUI 1838), p. [i]-lxvi, [i]-429. Copies: G, MICH, MO, NY; 

IDC 5133. 
Ed. 2: Oct 1868 (rd. Flora 21 Apr 1869, "just publ." J. Bot. Nov 1868; Trimen received his 

copy, now at MICH, Oct 1868), p. [i*]-i2*, [i]-iii, [11-483. Copies: G, MICH, MO, U, 

USDA; IDC 61 10. - "Edited by J. D. Hooker ..." Cape Town (J. C. Juta), London 

(Longman, Green, Reader, and Dyer). 

Reprint ed. 2: Announced by Asher, Amsterdam (1974). 

2436a. A manual of the British algae: containing generic and specific descriptions of all the 
known British species of sea-weeds, and of Confervae, both marine and fresh-water . . . 
London (John van Voorst, . . .) 1841. Oct. {Man. Brit. alg.). 
Publ. :}u\-Oci 1841 (p. Ivii: 5 Oct 1840; Hooker, J. Bot. Jul 1841 "advancing"; 3 Nov 1841 

rd. by Boston Nat. Hist. Soc), p. [i]-lvii, [i]-229. Copies: MO, NY, USDA; IDC 6371. 
[Ed. .2] : Jul-Dec 1849 (p. v: 3oJun 1849; Torrey received his copy, at NY, Apr 1850), portr. 

author, p. [i]-lii, [i]-252,/)/. 7-27, with [54 p.] text, handcol. hths. by author. Copies: G, 

NY, US. - "A manual . . . sea-weeds. With plates to illustrate all the genera ..." London 

(John van Voorst, . . . ) 1849. Oct. 

2437. Algae antarcticae, being characters and descriptions of the hitherto unpublished species 
of algae, discovered in Lord Auckland's Group, Campbell's Island, Kerguelen's Land, 
Falkland Islands, Cape Horn and other southern circumpolar regions, during the voyage of 
H.M. discovery ships "Erebus" and "Terror"; by Dr. J. D. Hooker and W. H. Harvey, Esq. 
M.D. [London 1845]. Oct. {Alg. antarct.). 

Co-(2M^Aor: Joseph Dalton Hooker (1817-1911). 

Publ.: Mai-Jun 1845, p. 1-32. Copies: FH, MO. - Reprinted with independent pagination 
from London J. Bot. 4: 249-276. Mai 1845, 293-298. Jun 1845. 

2438. Algae Novae Z^landiae; being a catalogue of all the species of Algae yet recorded as 
inhabiting the shores of New Zealand, with characters and brief descriptions of the new 
species discovered during the Voyage of H.M. discovery ships "Erebus" and "Terror", and 
of others communicated to Sir W. Hooker by Dr. Sinclair, the Rev. W. Colenso, and M. 
Raoul. By Dr. Hooker, and W. H. Harvey, Esq. [London 1845-1848]. Oct. {Alg. Nov. Zel-)- 
Publ.: Oct 1845-Aug 1848, (in journal), p. [i]-3i. Copy: FH.- Reprinted from London J. Bot. 

4: 521-551- Oct 1845 and 7: 443-445. Aug 1848. 

2439. Phycologia britannica: or history of British sea-weeds, containing coloured figures, 
generic and specific characters, synonymes, and descriptions of all the species of algae 
inhabiting the shores of the British Islands. In three volumes. London (Reeve Brothers) 
1 846- 1 85 1, 3 vols. {Phycol. brit.). 

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Publ.: Published in 60 parts or 6 plates at monthly intervals from Jan 1846 until June 1849 
with some irregularity after this (Dixon). Originally the work was delivered in three 
volumes with their own title pages and the plates in numerical order. Copies: Teyler, US 
(signatures of 8 p. accompanied by 4 pi.). 

/: 1846 (t.p.), p. [i]-xv, [i]-viii, plates with text 1-120. 1846 (preface 3 Dec 1845); 

2: 1849 (t-P-)) P- [i*]' [i]"^'i' plates with text 121-240. 1849; 

j: 1851 (t.p.), p. [i]-xxxix [or-xlv], [i-xiv] or [i-x], plates with text ^^/-^fo. 1851 (pref 30 Jul 

1850- 
Barnhart, in an unpublished memoir at NY provided the following tentative data on 
publication (compiled 4 Aug 1932). 

fasc. plates dates fasc. plates dates 

1 1-6 Jan 1846 31 18 1- 186 Jul 1848 

2 y-i2 Feb 1846 32 i8y-ig2 Aug 1848 

3 13-18 Mar 1846 33 igj-ig8 Sep 1848 

4 19-24 Apr 1846 34 igg-204 Oct 1848 

5 25-30 Mai 1846 35 20J-210 Nov 1848 

6 3^-36 Jun 1846 36 211-216 Dec 1848 

7 37-42 Jul 1846 37 217-222 Jan 1849 

8 43-48 Aug 1846 38 223-228 Feb 1849 

9 49-54 Sep 1846 39 22g-234 Mar 1849 

10 55-60 Oct 1846 40 235-240 Apr 1849 

11 61-66 Nov 1846 41 241-248 Mai 1849 

12 6y-y2 Dec 1846 42 24g-252 Jun 1849 

13 73-78 Jan 1847 43 253-258 

14 yg-84 Feb 1847 44 25g-264 

15 85-go Mar 1847 45 265-270 

16 91-96 Apr 1847 46 271-276 

17 97-102 Mai 1847 47 277-282 

18 103-108 Jun 1847 48 283-288 

19 iog-114 Jul 1847 49 28g-2g4 

20 1 15-120 Aug 1847 50 2g5-3oo 

21 1 21-126 Sep 1847 51 301-306 

22 127-132 Oct 1847 52 307-312 1850 

23 ^l?--fj'9 Nov 1847 53 ^^J-^^-^ 

24 139-144 Dec 1847 54 5^5-^^^ 

25 ^^j'-fjo Jan 1848 55 325-330 

26 151-156 Feb 1848 56 331-336 

27 ^57-'f6"2 Mar 1848 57 JJ/'J^ 

28 163-168 Apr 1848 58 343-348 

29 /^5-^7^ Mai 1848 59 J^p-JJ^ 

30 175-180 Jun 1848 60 355-360 1 85 1 

Subsequently the plates were issued in four volumes with new title-pages (all four " 1 846-5 1 ", 
see below). The later issues appear to have contained the plates in systematic order, they 
came out on two paper formats. 

The Teyler and US copies have the plates numbered 1-360 with no numbers missing or 
double. Nissen (no. 806) reports, that the four volume issue has 382 plates of which 148, 264, 
328, 348, 352, 357 and 385 are missing and 24, 114, 141, i6g and 207 double. 
Ed. 1846-1851: reissue in four volumes, published by 1863: "In four volumes ..." London 

(Reeve and Benham) 1846-1851 (on each of the four title-pages). Copies: G, Dale E. 

Johnson, MO, NY, USDA. 

Vol. i: p. [i]-xlv, [iii*, dedic], [v*], vi*-viii*, [ix*], x*-xv*, index [i**], -viii**,/*/. 1-40, 
42-g7, with text. 



Vol.2 
Vol. 3 
Vol. 4 



[i*-iii*], index [i]-vi, pi. g8-i8g, id. 
[i-vii],j&/. igo-27g {231, 241 double), (id.). 
[i*], [i]-iv,/)/. 280-360 (255, J5<9 double), (id. 



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Mew edition: "In four volumes . . ." Ashford, Kent (L. Reeve & Co., Ltd.) 1 871. Oct. All four 
volumes dated 1871, plates in systematic order. Copies: BR, MICH. 
Vol. i: [i*], [i]-xli, gy pi. with text, (numbers mixed). 
Vol. 2: [i],g2 pi. id. 
Vol. j: [i, ni], go pi. id. 
Vol. 4: [i], logpl. id. 
Copies: BR {388 pi. in all) ; MICH (plates see below) ; NY (360 pi). 

The MICH copy has the following plates: 

Vol. r.pl. I, 4, 8, II, 14, 17, ig, 22, 25, 28A,3i, 33,37, 41 A, 45, 47, 4g,52,56, 60, 64, 66, 70, 72, 75, 
78, 7g, 82, 87, 8g,gi,g8, loi, 103, 107, log, iii, 115, 124, 126, 128, 132-133, 138, 142-143, i4g, 
1^3, 1^6, ij8, 162, 176, 178, 182-183, i8g, ig4, ig7, 200, 204, 223, 22g, 233, 237, 240-241, 248, 
2^7-2^8, 260-261, 26^, 270-271, 273, 280, 28^, 28g, 2g^, 312, 318, 323-324, 326, 32g-330„332, 

33^-339, 341, 343^ 348-349, 359- 

Vol. 2: pi. 2, 7,g-io, 13, 23, 26,32,34, 40, 42, 44, 48,50-51,55, 61, 65, 73-74, 83, 85, 102A, 114, 116, 
118, 121, 127, 134, 145-148, 151-152, 155, 157, 166-170, 172, 175, 177, ig5, ig8, 201-203, 205, 208- 
210, 217-218, 220-222, 224-225, 227-228, 234-236, 247, 250, '252-253, 25g, 264, 267, 277-278, 283- 
284, 2gi-2g3, 301-303, 307, 3ig-320, 345-346, 347 A, 347B, 358 A. 

Vol. 3 : pi. 5, 13, 16, 20-21, 27, 36, 38, 46, 53, 57, 5g, 63, 67, 6g, 71, 77, 80-81, 88, go, g4, g5, g7, 100, 
104, 106, 108, no, 112, 117, 120B, 123, 125, i2g, 131, 136-137, i3g-i4i, 144, i5g, 161, 163-165, 
i7g, 181, 184-185, 187-188, igi, ig3, igg, 206, 2og, 212, 214-215, 2ig, 230-232, 242, 244, 255, 262, 
266, 26g, 272, 274, 276, 27g, 281, 287-288, 2g6-2g7, 308, 310, 313-314, 325, 331, 334, 337, 357. 

Vol. 4:3,6, 12, 18, 24,30,358, 43,54A,58A, 62, 68, 76, 86,g2-g3,g6,ggA, 105 A, 113 A, iig, 124, 
130, 135, 150A, 154, 160, 171, 173A, 174, 180, 186A, igo, ig6, 207, 211, 213, 216, 226, 236, 238- 
23g, 243, 245-246, 24g, 251 A, 254, 256, 263, 268, 275, 282, 2go, 2g4, 2g8, 300, 304-306, 3og, 311, 
315-317, 321-322, 327-328, 333, 335-336, 340, 342, 344, 350-353, 354A, 355A, 356. 

Two extracts of the Phycologia appeared (BM 2: 795): 

( 1 ) Synopsis of British Seaweeds, compiled from Prof Harvey's Phycologica Britannica, see no. 

2445- 

(2) Catty, Mrs. Alfred, British Sea-Weeds. Drawn from Prof Harvey's "Phycologia britan- 
nica," 2 vols. London (Bell and Daldy) 1872. Qu. [vol. i: [i] -xlix, j6/. 7-^7, with text; w/. 2: 
\i\, pi. 38-80, id., plates as in original. Copy: MICH). 

Ref.: Dixon, P. S., Brit, phycol. Bull. 3(1): 115-116. 1966. 

2440. Algae tasmanicae: being a catalogue of the species of algae collected on the shores of 
Tasmania by Ronald Gunn, Esq. Dr. Jeanneret, Mrs Smith, Dr. Lyall, and Dr. J. D. 
Hooker; with characters of the new species, by J. D. Hooker; M. D., and W. H. Harvey. 
[London 1847]. Oct. [Alg. tasman.). 

Publ. : Aug 1847, p. [ i]-20. Copy: FH. - Reprinted from London J. Bot. 6 : 397-41 7. Aug 1847. 

2441. Nereis australis, or algae of the Southern Ocean: being figures and descriptions of 
marine plants, collected on the shores of the Cape of Good Hope, the extra-tropical 
Australian colonies, Tasmania, New Zealand, and the antarctic regions; deposited in the 
herbarium of the DubHn University . . . London (Reeve, Brothers, . . . ) 1847, 2 parts. Qu. t- 
[Nereis austral.). 

i: 1848 (t.p.: i847;p. viii: 24 Mai 1847; orig. cover dated 1848), p. [i*-iii*], [i]-viii, [i]-64, 

pi. 1-25. 
2: 1849, before Nov (date on cover; Am J. Sci. Nov 1849), p. 65-124,/)/. i'6'-jo,/?/. ^5 double. 

Copies: G (has covers of parts), L, NY. - The book was never completed; the advertisement 
on the back cover of the wrapper of part one announces four parts, each containing 25 plates. 
The text ends abruptly on p. 124. Harvey continued the subject with his Phycologia australica 
(no. 2446) (1858- 1 863). The plates are handcoloured liths., by the author. 
Facsimile ed.: Weinheim (J. Cramer) 1965, Hist. nat. class. 40, ISBN 3-7682-0261-5. Copies: 

FAS, MICH, J. Norris. - See also Taxon 17: 82. 1968. 
Ref. : Pocock, M. A., Taxon 17: 725. 1968. 

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2442. The sea-side book: being an introduction to the natural history of the British coasts . . . 
New edition. London (John van Voorst, . . .) 1849. Oct. [Sea-side book). 

Ed. r. 1849, n.v., see note in BM 2: 795. 

Mew edition: 1849, p. [i]-viii, [i]-256. Copy: FH. 

Eds. 2 and 4: 1854, 1857, with W. Jarrell. (n.v.). 

2443. Nereis boreali-americana; or, contributions towards a history of the marine algae of the 
atlantic and pacific coasts of North America. Washington (published for the Smithsonian 
Institution), London (John van Voorst) 1851-1858. Qu. [Nereis bot.amer.). 

First issue: "Washington-London", t.p. part i dated 1851. Copy: MICH. 

Part I : ioNov-31 Dec 1851, or possibly Jan 1852 (t.p. 1851, p. [v, vii]: 10 Nov i85i),p. [i- 

vii], [i]-i49, /^/. 1-12. 
Part 2: Mar 1853 (p. 258), p. [i-ii], [i]-258, /;/. 13-36. 
Part 3: Feb 1858 (t.p.), p. [i-ii], [lyi^o, pi 37-50. 

The plates in this and following issues are coloured liths. (some handcol. parts) of drawings 
by the author. - Part 3 with headline "Smithsonian contributions to knowledge". 
Second issue: Mai 1858 (in this combination); Washington-City (Published by the Smith- 
sonian Institution) New York (D. Appleton and Co.). 

General part: Mai 1858, p. [i]-iv, [i]-viii. 
Part /: Jan 1852 (p. 150), p. [i-ii], [i]-i50, /)/. i-xii. 
Part 2: Mar 1853 (p. 258), p. [i-ii], [i]-258, /?/. 13-36. 
Part 3: Mar 1858 (p. 140), p. [i-ii], [i]-i/\.o, pi. 37-50. 

Copies: MO, NY, US, USDA. Plates as in first issue. Parts 1-3 each with a headline 
"Smithsonian Contribution to knowledge" on t.p. Part 3 of second issue identical with 
part 3 of first issue. 
Third issue: In Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge (Mai 1858?): 
Part i: in vol. 3, art. 4 (this designation on t.p.). 
Part 2: in vol. 5, art. 5 (id.). 
Part 3: as in first and second issues. 

Facsimile reprint: 1976, J. Cramer (Inder A. R. Gantner Verlag Kommanditgesellschaft) FL 
9490 Vaduz, ISBN 3-7682-1063-4, Bibliotheca phycologica vol. 20. Based on third issue. 
Copy: FAS. - See also Taxon 26: 119. 1977. 

Ref.: Gray, A., Am. J. Sci. ser. 2. 14: 1-8. i Jul 1852. 

Hooker, W. J., J. Bot. Kew Gard. Misc. 4: 126-128. 1852, 5: 192, 221-224. 1853. 
Anon., Bonplandia i: 119. i5jun 1853. 

2444. Short characters of some new genera and species of algae discovered on the coast of the 
colony of Victoria, Australia. [London 1855]. Oct. [New gen. sp. alg.). 

Publ.: Mai 1855, p. [i]-5,/'/. viii. Copy: FH. - Reprinted with independent pagination from 
Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. 15: 332-336./)/. viii. Mai 1855. 

2445. Synopsis of british seaweeds, compiled from Professor Harvey's Phycologia britannica. 
London (Lovell Reeve, . . .) 1857. Oct. [Syn. brit. seaweeds). 

Publ.: Aug-Sep. 1857 (p. vi: 21 Jul 1857; BSBF Oct-Dec 1857; Lit. Gaz. 10 Apr 1858), p. [i]- 
viii, [i]-2i9. Copies: MICH, NY, USDA. 

2446. Phycologia australica; or, a history of Australian seaweeds; comprising coloured figures 
and descriptions of the more characteristic marine algae of New South Wales, Victoria, 
Tasmania, South Australia, and Western Austraha, and a synopsis of all known Australian 
algae . . . London (Lovell Reeve, . . .) 1858-1863, 5 vols. Qu. [Phycol. austral.). 

Publ.: 300 plates with accompanying text, published in 50 parts of 6 coloured plates each. 
Each plate accompanied by 2 p. text. Full details still wanting. Plates not dated. - Copies: 
G, MO, NY, US,; IDC 451. 

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/: [i]-xi, j&/. 1-60, with text, index [v]-viii. 1858. 

2: [i, iii], j&/. 61-120, with text, index [v]-viii. 1859. 

j: [i, iii],/)/. 121-180, with text, index [v]-viii. i860. 

4: [i, \u\,pl. 181-240, with text, index [v]-viii. 1862. 

5: \i\-\\, pi. 241-300, with text, index [vii]-x, synoptic catal. [v]-lxxiii. 1863 (dedic. i Sep 

1863). 
Plates: lithographs by W. H. Harvey. 

Ref.: Harvey, W. H., Bull. Soc. bot. France 2: 218-221. 1855 (on his Australian collections) . 

2447. Thesaurus capensis: or, illustrations of the South African flora, being figures and brief 
descriptions of South African plants, selected from the Dublin University Herbarium. 
Dublin (Hodges, Smith, and Co.), London (John van Voorst), Capetown (A. S. Robertson) 
1 859- 1 863, 2 vols. Oct. (in fours). {Thes. cap.). 

Vol. i: [i]-68, pi. i-ioo {61 1 62 comb.). 

Vol. 2: [i-iii], [i]-68, pi. 101-200 {ijyl ij8 and i8j j 188 comh.). 

Plates: lithographs by W. H. Harvey. 

Copies: G, MICH, MO, NY; IDC 5948. -According to the preface and the review of "Vol. i, 
no. i" inBonplandia 7: 201 (i Aug 1859) this book was published in "quarterly" parts of 25 
plates. Part i contained 16 pages and 25 plates. Volume i was finished in i860 (fide 
Schlechtendal, Bot. Zeit. 18: 356-357. 9 Nov i860). It may be assumed that the contents of 
the parts of vol. i were as follows : i (p. 1-16, pi. 1-25) publ. before i Aug 1859, 2 (p. 17-32,/)/. 
26-^0), 3 (p. 33-48, pi. 51-75), 4 (p. 49-68, pi. y6-ioo) ; a similar division is possible for vol. 2. 
Information on exact dates, however, is still lacking. "The impression is limited to 250 copies, 
of which 150 are reserved for colonial sale." (Preface). The plates are uncol. liths. by the 
author. 

2448. Flora capensis; being a systematic description of the plants of the Cape Colony, 
Caffraria and Port Natal . . . Dublin, London, Capetown (imprints see below) 7 vols. 1860- 
1933. [Fl.cap.). 

Vol. parts pages dates reprints editors 

Harvey & Sonder 
Harvey & Sonder 
Harvey & Sonder 
W. T. Thiselton-Dyer 
VV. T. Thiselton-Dyer 
W. T. Thiselton-Dyer 
W. T. Thiselton-Dyer 
A. W. Hill 

W. T. Thiselton-Dyer 
W. T. Thiselton-Dyer 
W. T. Thiselton-Dyer 

Original issue: Copies: MICH, NY, US, USDA; IDC 5949. 

Vol. i: 10-31 Mai i860, p. [i*]-2i*, [i]-xxxviii, [i]-546, Dublin (Hodges, Smith, and Co.), 
Capetown (A. S. Robertson), by W. H. Harvey and Otto Wilhelm Sonder (181 2-1 881). 

Vol. 2: 15-31 Oct 1862, p. [i]-ix, [i]-62i, imprint and authors as in vol. i. 

Vol. 3: 24Feb-3oJun 1865, p. [i]-ix, [i]-633, Dublin (Hodges, Smith, and Co.), Capetown 
(I. C. Juta), by W. H. Harvey and O. W. Sonder. 

Vol. 4, section i: Mai 1905-Feb 1909, p. [i]-xvi, [i]-i 168. London (Lovell Reeve & Co., Ltd.) 
"by various botanists. Edited by Sir WiUiam T. [Turner] Thiselton-Dyer" (1843-1928). 

part i: 1-192. Mai 1905. part 4: 481-672. Nov 1907. 

part 2: 193-336. Aug 1905. part 5: 673-864. Mar 1908. 

part 2: 337-480. Oct 1906. part 6: 865-1 168. Feb 1909. 

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10-31 Mai i860 


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2 


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[i]-ix, [i]-62i 


15-31 Oct 1862 


1894 


3 


- 


[i]-ix, [ 1 1-633 


24 Feb-30 Jun 1865 


1894 


4(1) 


1-6 


[i]-xvi, [i]-ii68 


1 905- 1 909 


see 1973 


4(2) 


7-9 


[i]-viii, [i]-48o 


1904 


below 1973 


5(0 


1-4 


[i]-xvi, [i]-747 


1901-1912 


see 1973 


5(2) 


5-8 


[i]-viii, [i]-6o6 


1915-1925 


below 1973 


5(2) 


suppl. 


[i]-vi, [i]-46 


28 Mar 1933 


- 


5(3) 


9-10 


[i]-xi, [i]-332 


1912-1913 


1973 


6 


1-3 


[i]-xi, [ 1 1-563 


1 896- 1 897 


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7 


1-4 


[i]-viii, [i]-792 


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Vol. 4, section 2: Feb 1904-Oct 1904, p. [i]-viii, [i]-479, [480], London (Lovell Reeve & Co., 
Ltd.) "by various ... [as 4(1)]" 

part i: 1-192. Feb 1904. part 2: 385-479. Oct 1904. 

parts: 193-384. Jul 1904. 

Vol. J, section /: Jun 1901-Jun 1912, p. [i]-xvi, [i]-747. Authorship as in vol. 4. 

part 1 : 1-224. Jun 1901- j&ar; 5: 449-640. 16 Jan 1912. 

parts: 225-448. Mai 1900. part 4: 641-747. Jun 191 2. 

Vol. J, section 2: Apr 1915-Jan 1925, p. [i]-viii, [i]-6o6, London (L. Reeve & Co., Ltd.) "by 
various ... [as 4(1)]" 

part i: 1-192. Apr 1915 part 3: 385-528. Mai 1920. 

part 2: 193-384. Oct 1915. part 4: 529-600. Jan 1925. 

Vol. J, section 2 (supplement) : 28 Mar 1933 (slip in copy US), p. [i]-vi, errata slip, [^]-4:&,fig. i- 
8. Ashford, Kent (L. Reeve & Co., Ltd.), "by various botanists. Edited by Sir Arthur 
William Hill ... " (1875-1941). 

Vol. 5, section 2'- Oct 1912-Mar 1913, p. [i]-x, [xi], [i]-332. London (L. Reeve & Co.). 
Authorship as in vol. 4. 

part i: 1-192. Oct 1912. part 2: 193-332. Mar 1913. 

Vol. 6: Apr 1896-Jun 1897, p. [i]-x, [xi-xiv], [i]-563. London (L. Reeve & Co.). Authorship 
as in vol. 4. 

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Anon., Flora43: 624. 21 Oct i860 (rd.), 44: 31-32. 1861 (rev.), 46: 160. 13 Apr 1863 (vol. 

2 rd.); 19: 48. 31 Jan 1866 (vol. 3 rd.); Bull. misc. Inf. Kew 1909: 151-156 (history of 

publ. of vol. 4). 
Thiselton-Dyer, W. T., Bull. misc. Inf Kew 1909: 21, 24-25, 1925: 289-293. 
Marshall, J. Soc. Bibl. nat. Hist, i: 195-196. 1939. 
Stafleu, F. A., Taxon 23(1): 197-198. 1974. 

2449. Index generum algarum: or a systematic catalogue of the genera of algae, marine and 
fresh-water: with an alphabetical key to all the names and synonyms . . . London (John van 
Voorst) i860. Oct. {Index gen. alg.). 

Publ.: ]\i\- Aug i860 (p. [v] June i860; Harvey sent a copy to Berkeley on St. Bartholemew 
i860 [24 Aug], p. [i-v], [i]-22 one-sided, index [i]-8, 500 copies printed. Copies: L, MO, 
NY, USDA. 

Harvey-Gibson, Robert John (i860- 1929), Scottish marine algologist; at Edinburgh 
1 882- 1 883; at Liverpool 1 883-1 921 (professor of botany 1894-192 1 ; organizer of the Hartley 
Botanical Laboratory) . {Harv.-Gib.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown; if any at LIV. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BL 2: 219; CSP 15: 674; Desmond p. 292; Kew 2: 598-599; 

Plesch p. 251 ; SO 3096c. 

Anon., Gard. Chron. 85: 453. 1929; Nature 124: 64-65. 1929; North-Western Natur. 4(3): 

141-142. 1929; The Times 19 Jul 1929. 
Bower, Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh 49(4): 384-385. 1930. 
Dixon, P. S., et al., Brit, phycol. Bull. 3(1): 116. 1966 (bibl.). 
Druce, G. C., Bot. Soc. Exch. CI. Brit. Isl. Rep. 9(1): 92-93. 1930. 
Rendle, A. B., J. Bot. 67: 240, 262. 1929. 

eponymy: Gibsonia Massee (1909). 

2450. Outlines of the history of botany . . . London (A. & C. Black, Ltd. . . .) 1919. Oct. {Outlines 
hist. bot.). 

Publ.: 1919, p. [i]-x, 1-274. Copies: HH, MO, NY. 
Ref: A.H.C., J. Bot. 58: 91-93. Mai 1920. 

Harz, Carl [Karl] Otto (1842- 1906), German pharmacist, seminologist and mycologist; 
at Miinchen with Niigeli ( 1 87 1 ) ; lecturer (1873) and professor ( 1 880) of botany and zoology 
at the Vetinary College and tKe Technical University of Miinchen. (C Harz). 

HERBARIUM and types: M; other material at GB, L, MANCH, SL 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: i36;BM 2: 796; Bossert p. 166; CSP 7: 917, 10: 
154, 12: 315-316, 15: 675; De Toni i : Ixi; IH 2: 259; Jackson p. 170, 171, 173, 302; Kew 2: 
599; KR p. 272; Langman p. 352; LS 11474-11495, 34248; Rehder 5: 372; Stevenson p. 
1244 ("Harz"); TR 515; Tucker i : 325. 

Albrecht, Wochenschr. Tierheilk. Viehzucht 1906: 981-984; also Bayr. Industr. Bl. Miin- 
chen 93: I. 1907 (fide LS 34247). 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1907: 168. 

Kraenzle, Ber. bayer. bot. Ges. 11: 7-12. 1907 (portr., bibl.). 
Lehmann, E., Schwabische Apotheker 143-144. 1951. 

COMPOSITE works: See Schlechtendal, Flora von Deutschland, ed. 5, vol. 4. 

eponymy: Harzia Costantin (1888); Harziella O. Kuntze (1891); Harziella Costantin & 
Matruchot (1899). 

2451. Einige mm Hyphomyceten Berlin's und Wiens nebst Beitragen zur Systematik derselben. 
Moskau [Moskva] (in der Buchdruckerei der kaiserlichen Universitat) s.d. [1871]. Oct. 
[Neue Hyphomyc. Berlin Wien) . 

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Pub L: J an-Jun 1871 (Hedwigiajul 1872), p. [i], [i]-6o, pi /-j, uncol. liths. Copies: NY, 
Stevenson. -Reprinted from Bull. Soc. imp. Nat. Moscou 44(1): [88]- 147./?/. /-j. 1871. 

2452. Landwirthschaftliche Samenkunde. Handbuch fiir Botaniker, Landwirthe, Gartner, Dro- 
guisten, Hygieniker . . . Mit 201 in den Text gedruckten Originalholzschnitten . . . Berlin 
(Verlag von Paul Parey . . .) 1885, 2 vols. Oct. {Landw. Samenk.). 

PubL:]zin 1885 (Bot. Zeit. 27 Feb 1885; Nat. Nov. Feb(i) 1885). Copies: L, M, NY, USDA. 

Vol. i: p. [i]-ix, [i]-552; vol. 2: p. [i-v], 555-1362. - Illustrations in text (201) woodcuts. - 

See ICBN Art. 63.3 (example). 
ReJ.: Karsten, Flora 68: 207-209. i Apr 1885. 

Harz, Kurt [fl. 1 9 1 4) , German botanist, high school teacher at Bamberg and Miinchen. [K. 
Harz). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BFM 653; BM 6: 440. 

2453. Flora der Gefdsspflanzen von Bamberg. Von Dr. Kurt Harz, Kgl. Professor, Miinchen. 
Bamberg (C. C. Buchner's Verlag) 1914. {Fl. Bamberg). 

Publ.: 1914, p. [iJ-327. Copies: B, G. — "Sonderausgabe aus dem xxii Bericht der natur- 
forschenden Gesellschaft zu Bamberg 1914. - The t.p. of the B copy has no imprint and 
simply "1914" under the author's name. 

Harzer, Carl August Friedrich (1784- 1846), German naturalist and artist at Dresden; 
initiator and co-founder of the Dresden society "Isis". [Harzer). 

HERBARIUM and TYPES : All Harzer's collections and further possessions were destroyed by fire 
in 1845. Seven autographs still at LZ (University Library). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : 136; BM 2 : 796 ; LS 11 496- 1 1 498 ; NI 8 1 1 ; PR 

3836 (ed. i: 4201); Stevenson p. 1244 ("Harzer"); Tucker i: 325. 

Anon., Neuer Nekrolog der Deutschen 24(2): 1045. 1846 [n.v.); Flora 29: 352. 1846; Bot. 

Zeit. 4: 719. 1846. 
Helm, J., f« Festschrift Glaus Nissen 359-361. 1973. 
Pritzel, G. A., Linnaea 19: 454. 1847. 

Rautenberg, Beitr. Entomologie 6: 180-190. 1956 (on H's entomol. ills.). 
Sachse, Allg. deut. naturhist. Zeit. 2: 207-210. 1847. 

Thieme-Becker, Allg. Lex. bild. Kiinstler 36: 95. 1923 (see also 32: 566. 1938). 
Zaunick, in Festschr. Feier looj. Bestehen Naturw. Ges. Isis, Dresden 1934, p. 29-35. 

COMPOSITE works: Harzer contributed plates to: 

(i)H. G. L. Reichenbach, Iconographia botanica 1823-1832 (see NI 1602). 

(2) id., Iconographia botanica exotica 1827-1830 (see NI 1603). 

(3) id., Icones florae germanicae et helveticae 1837-x (see NI 1604). 

(4) id., Illustratio Specierum Aconiti generis 1823- 1827 (see NI 1605). 

(5) H. B. Geinitz, Charakteristik der Schichten und Petrefacten des Sachs.- bohm.- Kreidegebirges 1 839- 
1842 {pi. 1-24) (TL-2/1984). 

2454. Maturgetreue Abbildungen der vorziiglichsten essbaren, giftigen und verddchtigen Pilze, mit 
besonderer Riicksicht auf die verschiedenen Altersstufen von der ersten Entwickelung bis 
zum ausgebildeten Wachsthume. Nach eigenen Beobachtungen gezeichnet und beschrieben 
von Carl Aug. Friedr. Harzer, . . . Bevorwortet von Dr. Ludwig Reichenbach . . . Dresden 
(Eduard Pietzsch und Co.) 1842. Qu. [Naturgetr. Abbild. Pilze). 

First issue (imprint as above) : In 16 parts, with 5 pi. each, between Jan 1842 and Feb 1845, p. 

[i]-iv, [i]-i36, [1-2, index], [v]-x,j&/. 1-80 (hand-col. hths., by author) and / unnumbered 

plain "Erlauterungstafel." Copies: G, Stevenson. 
Second issue imprint: Dresden (Verlag von Adler & Dietze, sonst Eduard Pietzsch & Comp.) 

1842-45. Qu. Publ.: idem, p. [i-iv], [1-2, index], [v]-x, [i]-i36,/)/. 1-80 (id.). Copy: NY. 

91 



Ref.: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 3: 683-684. 1845. 
Rautenberg, Beitr. Entomologie 6: 189. 1956. 

Hassall, Arthur Hill (181 7-1894), British public analyst, sanitary specialist, and phycol- 
ogist; from 1877 at San Remo. {Hassall). 

HERBARIUM and types: BM; dupl. K, W. ~ Letters at BM (Berkeley corr.) and K. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : BB p. 1 42 ; CSP 3 : 208, 7:918, 15:678; Desmond p. 293 ; De 
Toni i: Ixi, 2: Ixiii; GR cat. p. 64 ("Hassall"); IH 2: 259; Jackson p. 242; Nordstedt p. 17. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1895: 37; Nature 49: 581. 1894; Trans. Penzance nat. Hist. Soc. 1890/91 : 

231-232. (n.y., fide Desmond); The Analyst 1 894( May): 97-98; J. Bot. 32: 190-191. 1894. 
Cupp, E. E., Mar. plankton diatoms W. Coast Amer. 215. 1943. 
Hassall, A. H., The narrative ofa busy life. An autobiography. London 1893, P- vi, iii, 166, i, 

82. 
Koster, J. T., Taxon 18: 553. 1969. 

eponymy: Hassallia Trevisan (1848); Hassallia Berkeley ex Bornet & Flahault (1887). 

2455. A history of the British freshwater algae, including descriptions of the Desmideae and 
Diatomaceae. With upwards of one hundred plates, illustrating the various species . . . 
London (S. Highley; H. Bailliere), Edinburgh (Sutherland & Knox), Paris Q. B. Bailliere), 
Leipzig (T. O. Weigel). 1845. 2 vols. Oct. [Hist. Brit, freshwater alg.) . 

/: Jul-Dec 1845 (p. vi: Jul 1845), p. [i]-viii, [i]-462, [i, err.]. 

2: Jul-Dec 1845, p. [i]-24, pi. i-ioj (55 as 'Ivi'), monochrome hths. drawn by Hassall 

(Nordstedt (1896) notes that Hassall copied, imprecisely, several figures of desmids from 

Ralfs and Ehrenberg.). 

Copies: G, MO, NY, Teyler, US. 

Reissue: 1852, London (Taylor, Walton, and Maberly, . . . ), 2 vols. Oct. Copies: MICH (vol. 

2), NY, UC. - /: [i]-viii, [i]-462, [i, err.]; 2: [i]-24, /)/. i-ioj (id.). 
Reissue: 1857, London (Longman, Brown, Green, Longmans, and Roberts), 2 vols. Oct. 

Copy:\JC.-i: [i*, h.t.], [i]-viii, [i]-462, [i,err.];2: [i]-24,/>/. /-/oj (id.). 
Ref: Anon., Bot. Zeit. 2: 424-425. 1844, 5: 111-115. 1847. 

Hasse, Hermann Edward (1836- 191 5), German-born physician and botanist who stu- 
died at St. Louis and settled again in the United States in 1861 ; Dr. med. Wiirzburg 1861 ; 
serving as a surgeon during the Civil War; practicing medicine in Wisconsin, Arkansas and, 
ultimately (from 1879) in California, surgeon to the Soldier's Home near Santa Monica 
1 889- 1 905. {Hasse). 

HERBARIUM and types : FH ; 4500 lichens at NY ; duplicates in many herbaria, see IH. Lichenes 
exsiccati ex herb. Dr. H. E. Hasse relicti, distributed for the Sullivant Moss Society by C. C. Plitt. 
Fasc. i-io,nos. 1-250, Baltimore, Md., 1916-1918 (Charles Christian Phtt, 1869-1933); sets 
at BPI, CM, LIV, NY, O, OC, S, US, WELC. Hasse also collected flowering plants: a set of 
his early collections (Arkansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Wisconsin) is at NY. 
Ref: Phtt, Bryologist 19(3): 48-49. 1916, 19(6): 96. 1916. 
Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19: 131. 1969. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 137; CSP 15: 679; GR p. 17-18,/)/. [/^], cat. p. 

64 ("Hasse");Hawksworthp. 183; IH 2: 26o;Kew2: 6oi;Lenleyp. 216; LS 11 506- 11 51 3, 

34251-34254, suppl. 10903-10912; NW p. 48; Pennell p. 609; SBC p. 122 ("Hasse"); 

Stevenson p. 1244 ("Hasse"). 

Collins, Bull. S. Calif Acad. Sci. 15(1): 8-9. 1916. 

Crum, H. A., The Bryologist, index to volumes 1-60, p. 93. 1959 (bibl.). 

Ewan, J. et al., Short hist. bot. U.S. 93, 95. 1969. 

Fink, Mycologia 8(5): 243-248. 1916 (portr., bibl.). 

Jennings [O.E.J.], Bryologist 20(4) : 66. 191 7. 

Plitt, Bryologist 19(2): 30-33. 1916 (portr., bibl.). 

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HASSELQUIST 

Rickett, H. W., Index Bull. Torrey bot. Club 45. 1955. 

eponymy: Hassea A. Zahlbruckner (1902); Hasseanthus J . N. Rose (1903). 

2456. Lichens of Southern California by H. E. Hasse. Second edition. Los Angeles (B.R. 

Baumgardt & Co.) 1898. {Lich. S. Calif). 

PubL: Dec 1898 (pref. Mai 1898; TBC 16 Jan 1899; Bot. Gaz. 18 Mar 1899; Nat. Nov. 
Apr(i) i899),p. [ I ]- 18, [ I, err.]. Co/)z>,?:G,xMICH, MO, NY(2),USDA.- The indication 
"second edition" might refer to the treatment of the lichens in McClatchie, Seedless plants of 
California (1897). A note by E. S. Steele in the USDA copy states that "Dr. Hasse" in a 
letter states that "second edition" in this work is a printers blunder, there was no "first 
edition." The list was preceded by a series of papers {Lichens of the vicinity of Los Angeles) in 
the journal Erythea: 



in Erythea 3: 41-44. 1895 (several named by Stizenberger). 

in 4: 96-98. 1896 (id.). 

in 4: 106-108. 1896 (id.). 

in 4: 1 50-15 1. 1896 (mostly named by W. G. Farlow). 



See also Hasse, Bull. Torrey bot. Club 24: 445-449. 1897, 25: 632-633. Dec 1898 (id. 
determined by Nylander) and Hasse, Bull. S. California Acad. Sci. 2: 23-26, 32-35, 54-55, 
58-60, 71-73. 1903 as well as 4: 123-125. 1906, 5: 38-45. 1906 for further additions. 

2457. Smithsonian Institution, United States National Museum. Contributions from the 
United States National Herbarium volume 1 7, part i . The lichenflora of Southern California . . . 
Washington (Government printing office). 1913. Oct. {Lich.fl. S. Calif). 
PubL: 9jun 1913 (p. ii), p. [i]-v, [i]-i32, [vii]-xii. Copies: BR, MO, NY, Stevenson, US. 
Precursor papers and additions: 11 papers in the Bryologist 11: 6-7, 55-57 1908; 12: 101-104. 

1909; 13: 60-62, 111-112. 1910; 14: 2-4, 100-102. 191 1 ; 15: 45-48. 1912; 16: 1-2. 1913; 17: 

61-63, 92- 1914; 18: 22-23, 76-78, 92-94- 1915- 

Hasselquist, Fredric (1722- 1752), Swedish explorer of the Levant, pupil of Linnaeus at 
Uppsala 1 741-1749, travelled in the Orient 1 749-1 752, died at Smyrna. [Hasselq.). 

HERBARIUM and types: UPS. - Dupl. LINN, S[?], SBT. - Hasselquist's collections were 
confiscated at his death by his creditors but bought by Queen Louisa Ulrika, who kept them 
at Drottningholm, but put deplicates at the disposal of Linnaeus. These duplicates (often 
Linnaean types) are in the Linnaean herbarium (LINN), and the main collection is now at 
UPS, given to the University in 1803. They form the basis of Thunberg's Museum naturalium 
Academiae Upsaliensis part 25, Uppsala 1804. Thunberg supplied the annotations on the 
herbarium sheets: originally there were none. Juel gives a summary of Linnaean species 
based on Hasselquist specimens. A few Hasselquist speciinens are also in Bergius herbarium 
(SBT) but certainly not the original collection as erroneously stated in IH. 
/?«/!: Juel, H. O., Sv. Linne-Sallsk. Arsskr. 1:95-125. 1918, see also J. Bot. 56: 357. 1918. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2: 137; BM 2: 797-798,6: 440; Dryander i : 124, 2: 

30,90, 123, 539, 3: 336,447; IH2: 260; Kew2: 601 ; Jackson p. 394; KRp. 272-273; Lasegue 

P- 344>57o; PR 3841 (ed. i: 4207); Rehders: 372; SO 302, 1279, 1461-1468, 3577-3586; 

TL-2/see Bergius; Tucker i : 325; Zander ed. 10, p. 667. 

Baeck, A., Aminnelsetal ofver Fredric Hasselquist. Stockholm 1758 [n.v.]. 

Bodenheimer and Uggla, Sv. Linne-Sallsk. Arsskr. 35: 18-30. 1952 (on H's "Album itineris" 

with autographs of well-wishers). 
Eriksson, G., Bot. hist. Sverige 247, 262, 288. 1969. 
Fries, Th. M., Brefoch Skrifv. Linne 1(1) : 58, 141. 1907; 1(2) : 370 [index]. 1908; 1(3) : 25, 

234. 1909; 1(4): 361 [index]. 1910; i (5) : 6, 18, 20, 40, 165. 191 1 ; i (6) : 206, 215. 191 2; 

1(7): 1-68. 191 7 (corr. Linnaeus). 
Hasselquist, Hamburg. Magaz. 7(2): 160-208. 1751 (letters H. to Linnaeus; see also Iter 

palaest. p. 569-593). 
Hulth, J. M., Bref Skrifv. Linne 1(8): 84, 86, 1922; 2(1): 2, 3, 6, 277, 288. 1916; 2(2): 92. 

1943- 

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Jourdan [A.L.-JJ.], Diet. Sci. med. 5: 98-100. 1822. 

Scheutz, N.J. W., Bot. Not. 1863: 69. 

Schildt, Resenarer i Floras rike. Reseber. Linnes larjungar. Stockholm p. 73-98. i960. 

Schildt, Pehr Kalm, Fredrich Hasselquist . . . Stockholm i960. 

Stafleu, F. A., Linnaeus and the Linnaeans 144, 149. 1971. 

Uggla, Sv. Linne-Salsk. Arsskr. 35: 5-17. 1952 (memorial address). 

eponymy: Hasselquistia Linnaeus (1755). 

2458. B.c.D. Vires plantarum, dissertatione academica, cum cons, ampliss. facult. medicae in 
regiae academia upsaliensi sub praesidio viri experientissimi et celeberrimi, Dr. Doct. Caroli 
Linnaei, . . . examini publico subjectae a Friderico Hasselquist, O-Gotho, stipendiar. regio. 
in auditor, gustaviano, die [xx] junii anni mdccxlvii horis ante meridiem solitis. Upsaliae 
[1747]. Qu. {Vires pi.) . 

Publ.: 20 Jun 1747, p. [i]-37, [38-40]. Copies: MICH, NY. - For later pubHcations see SO 
1461-1468. This is one of the Linnaean dissertations of which Krok (KR) assumes that the 
defendent (here Hasselquist) had a major share in the drafting of the text. 

Reprint{i) : in Linnaeus, Amoen. Acad, i : 389-428. 1749. 

2459. Fredric Hasselquists . . . Iter palaestinum eller resa til heliga landet, fbrratad ifran ar 1 749 
til 1752, med beskrifningar, ron, anmarkningar,,ofver de markvardigstaste naturalier, . . . 
utgiven av Carl Linnaeus. Stockholm (Trykt pa Lars Salvii kastnad) 1757. Oct. {Iter 
palaest.). 

Publ.: 23 Mai 1757 (Larda Tidningar 1757 (40): 157) p. [i-xvi], [i]-6i9, [620cont.]. Copies: 
HU, MICH, MO, NY, USDA; IDC 2586. For full bibliographical details of original 
publication and further editions and translations see SO 3577-3586. - Botanical infor- 
mation (in 1757 ed.) on p. 451-506, 511,512, 513-515, 516-517,518. 

German: }u\ 1762 (NZgS; p. 606: printed 1761), p. [i-xviii], [i]-6o6. Copies: G, MO, NY. - 
"D. Friedrich Hasselquists . . . Reise nach Paldstina in den Jahren von 1749 bis 1752. Auf 
Befehl Ihrer Majestat der Koniginn von Schweden herausgegeben von Carl Linnaus. Aus 
dem Schwedischen." Rostock (verlegts Johann Christian Koppe) 1762. Oct. - German 
translation of itinerary on p. 1-180, followed by letters by H. to Linnaeus and by the 
materia medica of the area. {Reise Paldstina). 

English: Jan 1766 (Gent. Mag.), p. [i*-ii*], map, [iii*-viii*], [i]-viii, [i]-456. Copies: G, NY. 
-" Voyages and Travels in the Levant; in the years 1749, 50, 51, 52. Containing observations in 
natural history, physick, agriculture, and commerce: particularly on the Holy Land, and 
the natural history of the Scriptures. Written originally in the Swedish language, by the 
late Frederick Hasselquist, M. D. Fellow of the Royal Societies of Upsal and Stockholm. 
Published, by order of her present Majesty the Queen of Sweden, by Charles Linnaeus, 
..." London (printed for L. Davis and C. Reymers, . . .) 1766. Oct. {Voy. Trav. Levant). 

French: 1769 (p. 203,priv. 21 Nov 1768), p. [i-iii], [i]-20i, [202-20'3,^, Copy :G.~" Voyages dans 
le Levant, dans les annees 1749, 50, 51 & 52. Contenant des observations sur I'histoire 
naturelle, la medecine, I'agriculture & le commerce, & particulierement sur I'histoire 
naturelle de la Terre Sainte. Par Frederic Hasselquist . . . publics par ordre du Roi de 
Suede, par Charles Linnaeus . . . traduit de I'Allemand par M.***". Paris (Chez 
Delalain) 1 769. - N.B. this is a translation based on the German translation. ( Voy. Levant) . 

Dutch: Vol. i: 1771, p. [i]-lx, [i]-3i5 (err. "i 15"). Vol. 2: 1771, p. [i], [iii], [i]-426, /?/. /-j. 
Copy: U.-Dr. Fred. Hasselquist's Reize naar Palestina, of hetH. Land ; op hoog bevel van de 
Koninginne van Zweeden Louisa Ulrika. In 't licht gegeven, door den beroemden 
Hoogleeraar Carolus Linnaeus, in twee deelen met fraaije koperen plaaten versierd. 
Amsterdam (Jacobus Loveringh) 1771. Oct. 2 vols. {Reize Palestina). 

Hasselt, Arend Ludolf van (1848- 1909), Dutch soldier and later civil administrator on 
Java and Sumatra, leader of the Central Sumatra Expedition of 187 7- 1879. {A. Hasselt). 

HERBARIUM and types: L. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Backer p. 255; Barnhart 2: 137; BL i : 129, 300; BM 2: 798; 
CSP 15: 680; IH 2: 260; Kew 2: 601 ; NI 175-178, 227; NNBW i : 1033; Rehder 5: 372; SK 
i: 218-219 (many details) ; Tucker i: 325. 

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Anon., Indische Gids 1927, portr. facing p. 990. 

Beekman et al (ed.), Tijdschr. K. Ned. aardr. Genootsch. ser. 2. 26: 893-895. 1909, 27: 389. 

1910. 
Embacher, F., Lexik. Reisen 141. 1882. 
Gresshoff, M., Album der Natuur 1903: 1-88. 
Sirks, M. J., Ind. natuurond. 167-168. 1915. 

2460. Bijdragen tot de kennis der flora van Midden Sumatra. Leiden (E.J. Brill) 1884. [other t.p. :] 
Midden-Sumatra. Reizen en onderzoekingen der Sumatra-Expeditie, uitgerust door het 
Aardrijkskundig Genootschap, 1877-1879, beschreven door de leden der Expeditie onder 
toezicht van Prof. P. J. Veth. Vierde deel. Natuurlijke historic. Tweede gedeelte. Flora. 
Leiden (E.J. Brill) 1884. Qu. {Bijdr. Fl. Midd. Sumatra). 

PubL: Nov-Dec 1884 (p. v: 30 Sep 1884, Nat. Nov. Jan 1885), p. [ii-vi],Afd. [A]: [i]-^o, pi. 
[/-/], Afd. i3B,Botanie, lijst: [i]-42, Afd. 13 C, [i]-3, register: [i]-5. Copy: U. -Botanical 
contributions by P. J. Veth, J. G. Boerlage, W. F. R. Suringar, C. M. van der Sande 
Lacoste, H. F. Jonkman, A. L. van Hasselt, D. de Loos. For a description of the expedition 
see volumes i and 2 of " Midden-Sumatra . . . Eerste gedeelte, beschreven door A. L. van 
Hasselt en Joh. F. Snelleman." Leiden (ib.) 1881 and "Tweede gedeelte" I.e. 1882. 

Hasselt, Johan Coenraad van ( 1 797- 1823), Dutch surgeon and biologist, member of the 
"Natuurkundige Commissie" for the Dutch East Indies together with Kuhl. {J. Hasselt). 

HERBARIUM and types: L; some duplicates in K and U. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Backer p. 255; Barnhart 2: 137; BM 2: 798; CSP3: 209-210; 
IH 2: 260; JW 1 : 443, 2: 191, 3: 353, 5: 241 (many details) ; Rehder 5: 372; SK i : 219-221, 
604, 8: xlii (many details) ; TL-2/728, see index. 

Anon., Alg. Konst. Letterbode 1825(1): 198-202, 212-218, 230-233; 1829(1): 369-370. 
Sirks, M. J., Ind. natuurond. 99-106, 298 [index]. 1915. 

COMPOSITE works: See Breda, Gen. Sp. Orchid. Asclep. 1827, TL 2/728. 

eponymy: Hasseltia Humboldt, Bonpland & Kunth (1825); Hasseltia Blume (1827); Hassel- 
tiopsis Sleumer (1938); Kuhlhasseltia ]. J. Smith (1910, also dedicated to Heinrich Kuhl 
(i796-i82i),q.v.). 

Hasskarl, Justus Karl (1811-1894), German botanist; studied in Bonn; in Java 1837- 
1843 and 1 846 at the Bogor garden; from 1852- 1856 involved in introducing CzkcAoka into the 
Netherlands East Indies; Dr. phil. h.c. Greifswald 1858; from 1856 as private scientist at 
Cleve, Germany. (Hassk.). 

HERBARIUM and types: L (donated by H. in 1892) ; other material at B, BO, H, K and NY. 

bibliography and bibliography: Backer p. 255-256; Barnhart 2: 137; BM 2: 798; BL i : 

1 12, 3oo;Bossertp. 167; CSP3: 21 1-213,6: 682, 7:919, 10: 156, 15: 681 ; Frank3(Anh.): 42; 

Hortus 3: 1 194 ("Hassk."); IF p. 701-702; IH 2: 260; Kew 2: 601-602; Jackson p. 556 

[index]; JW i : 443, 2: 191-192, 3: 353, 4; 388, 5: 241 ; Langman p. 352; Moebius p. 421 ; 

MW p. 161, suppl. p. 90; Plesch p. 251; PR 3842-3850 (ed. i : 4208-4210); Rehder 5: 372- 

373; RS p. 86; SBC p. 122 ("Hassk.") ; SK i : xxv, 221 (ext. det.), 4: clxxv; Sotheby p. 324; 

Tucker i : 325; Zander ed. 10, p. 667-668. 

Anon.,Ber. Ver. Naturk. Kassel39: 8-10. 1894; Leopoldina 30 (19-20) : 55. 1894; Nature 49: 
296. 1894; Flora 28: 341. 1845,40: 194-202. 1857; Het Nieuws van den Dag no. 4244, 19 
Dec 1884 (German transl. DS-Engler coll.) ; Bot. Zeit. 52(2): 28. 1894; Bot. Gaz. 19: 127. 
1894 (from Miinch. allg. Zeit.), Bot. Not. 1888: 207, 1895: 38. 

Boerlage, J. G.,Teysmannia 3/4: 129-148. 1894; Ned. Kruidk. Arch. ser. 2. 6: 384-385. 1894. 

Embacher, F., Lexik. Reisen 141. 1882. 

Gorkom, De Indische Mercuur 17(2): 13-14. 1894 (portr.). 

Gresshoff, M., De Indische Gids 16(1): 290-299. 1894 (portr.). 

Stafleu, F.A., Wentia 16: 40. 1966; Regn. Veget. 71 : 314, 338. 1970. 

Sirks, M. J., Ind. natuurond. 298 [index]. 191 5. 

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Weberbauer, A., Pflanzenw. peruan. Anden 14. 191 1 (Veg. Erde 12). 

Wit, H. C. D. de, in Steenis, C, G. G. J., v., Fl. males, ser. i. 4(2): xcvii. 1949 (portr.). 

Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(3): 1^3, pL 132. 1905 (portr.). 

COMPOSITE works: (i) In Miquel, Plantae junghuhnianae, p. 123-155, Polygalaceae - Com- 
melinaceae; see Hasskarl's "Verslag" in Nat. Tijdschr. Ned. Ind. 8: 461-551. 1855. 

handwriting: Fl. males ser. i. i : cl. 1950. 

eponymy: Hasskarlia C. F. Meisner (1843); Hasskarlia Walpers (1849); Hasskarlia Baillon 
(i860); Hasskarlinda O. Kuntze (1891). 

2461. Caroli i{^s,?,ca.r\ plantarum rariorum vel minus cognitarum horti bogoriensis decades. [Leiden, 
S. en J. Luchtmans, 1842]. Oct. 

Publ. : Aug-Sep 1842, p. [i]-66. Copy: KNAW. - Reprinted from Tijdschrift voor natuurlijke 
Geschiedenis en Physiologic 9: [i 15]- 180. 1842. - A /)^<:a.y/»n>nfl was published in the same 
journal 5: 255-271. Dec 1838; see also Ann. Sci. nat. Bot. 14: 54-60. 1840 and Miquel, 
Bull. Sci. phys. nat. Neerl. 1839: 62-70. To be cited from journal. 

2462. Catalogus plantarum in horto botanico bogoriensi cultarum alter. Bataviae (Typis ofRcinae 
publicae) 1844, [second t.p.:] Tweede catalogus der in 's Lands Plantentuin te Buitenzorg 
gekweekte gewassen. Batavia [Djakarta] (Ter Lands-Drukkerij) 1844. Oct. [Cat. hort. bot. 
bogor.). 

Publ.: Oct 1844, p. [ii-iii, t.p.'s], [i]-3Qi. Copies: FAS, G, KNAW, MO, NY, U, US, USDA. 

- The word "alter" refers to Blume's Catalogus of 1823 (TL 2/560). 
Ref.: Vriese, W. H. de, Tijdschr. nat. Gesch. Physiol. 12 (Boekbesch.): 60-68. 1845. 

Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 3: 350-351. 23 Mai 1845. 

Kostermans, A.J. G. H., Fl. males. Bull. 10: 363. 1953. ^ 

Stafleu, F. A., Regn. veget. 71 : 314. 1970. 

2463. Deplanten, door den heer Noronha, onder het bestuur van den gouverneur gen. Alting in 
de Jakatraschen Bovenlanden opgespoord, en vermeld in de Verhandelingen van het Bata- 
viaasch Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen, Ve deel. bladz. 64-86. opgehelderd 
door J. K. Hasskarl s.l.n.d. [Amsterdam 1844]. Oct. 

Publ.: Mai 1844, p. [i]-20. Copy: G (sent by H. tode Candolleon 15 Oct 1844). -Reprinted 
from Tijdschr. nat. Gesch. Physiol. 1 1 (i) : 209-228. Mai 1844 - Provides modern names 
for Francisco Noronha, Relatio plantarum javanensium . . . 1 790. - To be cited from journal. 

2464. Papilionacearum (\mirund?Lm javanic arum descriptiones accuratiores. Auctore J. Carolo 
Hasskarl. s.l.n.d. [Amsterdam 1844]. Oct. 

Publ.: Mai 1844 (publ. in journal; Flora rd.Jun 1844, p. 63 dated "id. Mart." 1844, reprint 
WU with dated dedic. by author 25 Aug 1844), p. [i]-63. Copy: WU. - Reprinted from 
Tijdschr. nat. gesch. Physiol. 1 1 : 49-1 12. Mai 1844. See also Natuurk. Arch., Batavia, 2: 
58-71, 183-199, 341-361. 1845. To be cited from journal. 

2465. Aanteekeningen over het nut, door de bewoners van Java aan eenige planten van dat eiland 
toegeschreven, uit berigten der inlanders zamengesteld . . . Amsterdam (bij Johannes Miiller) 
1845. Oct. {Aanteek. nut Java pL). 

Publ.: prob.Jun-Jul 1845 (see Flora Sep-Oct 1845), p. [i*], [i]-viii, [i]-i36, [i, err.]. Copies: 

L, M, NY, USDA. 
Re/.: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 3: 885-887. 26 Dec 1845. 

2466. P/awtojaMwzcflerflnorejadjectisnonnullisexoticis, injavaehortiscultisdescriptae, . . . 
Berolini [Berlin] (sumptibus A. Foerstner) 1848. Oct. {Pl.jav. rar.). 

Pm^/. : Jan-Feb 1848 (p. viii: 6 Dec 1847; Hinrichs 16-19 Feb 1848; Gersdorf 14 Apr 1848; 

Bot. Zeit. 17 Mar 1848; publishers's announcement Borsenblatt 1847: 16 10 "Anfangjan 

1848 fertig"), p. [i]-xiv, [i]-554, [i, err.]. Copies: G, KNAW, MO, NY, U, US, USDA; 

IDC 5500. 
Ref.: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 6: 218-219. 17 Mar 1848. 

Anon., Flora 31 : 168. 14 Mar 1848, 524-525. 28 Aug 1848. 

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2467. Allgemeines Sack- und Namen-Register zu den ersten xxv Jahrgdngen der Flora oder allge- 
meinen botanischen Zeitung von 1818-1842. Bearbeitet von J. K. Hasskarl . . . Mit einer 
Vorrede von Dr. A. E. Fiirnrohr . . . Regensburg (G. Joseph Manz) 1851. Oct. {Register 
Flora) . 

Publ.: 1851 (p. viii: 4 Sep 1851), p. [i]-xvi, [i]-884. Copies: FAS, U, Teyler. - An index to 
vols. 26-100 was published by J. Christian Bay, Jena 1910. 

2468. Beitrdge zur Flora von Java und Sumatra, s.l. 1852. Oct. 

Publ. : 28 Feb 1852, p. [i]-6. Copy: U. - Reprinted with independent pagination from Flora 
35: 1 1 3- 1 18. 28 Feb 1852. To be cited from Flora. 

2469. Retzia sive observationes botanicae, quas in primis in Horto Botanico Bogoriensi 
mensibus Februario ad Julium 1 855 fecit J. K. Hasskarl . . . Pugillus primus. Batavia (Lange 
& Co.) 1855. Oct. (Retzia). 

Pugillus i: Aug-Oct 1855 (rd. Akad. Amsterdam Dec 1855), p. [i, iii], [i]-252, preprinted 

from Nat. Tijdschr. Ned. Indie 10: 1-252. 1856. 

Copies preprint: KNAW, NY; journal art.: LC, MO. 
Pugillus 2: 1856, p. [i-iii], [i]-54. Copy: MO. - Reprinted from Verh. Kon. nat. Ver. Ned. 

Indie i (8) : [i]-54. 1856. Copies: KNAW, LC, U. - ''Retzia, sive observationes botanicae, 

quas de plantis Horti Botanici Bogoriensis annis 1855 & 1856 fecit J. K. Hasskarl. Pugillus 

2." Batavia 1856. Qu. 

Other edition, Amsterdam, Bonn 1858 : Hortus bogoriensus descriptus: see 247 1 . - The title Retzia 
was chosen because Retzius was Hasskarl's "cognomen" as a member of the Leopoldina. 

Ref.: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 15: 373-374. 19 Mai 1857. 
Anon., Bull. Soc. bot. France 4: 197-198. 1857 (post 17 Aug) (Pug. i). 

2470. Filicesjavanicae seu observationes botanicae, quas de filicibus horti bogoriensis nee non 
ad montem Gedeh aliisque locis sua sponte crescentibus annis 1855 et 1856 . . . Bataviae 
[Djakarta] (Typis Lange & Co.) 1856. Qu. [Fil.jav.). 

Pugillus primus (imprint as above) : 1856, p. [i-iii], [i]-64. Copies: MO, NY; also as Verh. nat. 

Ver. Ned. Indie 1(7): [i]-64. 1856. Copy: KNAW. - Qournal publ. as Observationes 

botanicae . . .). 
Pugillus secundus, no copy seen with independent publication; published as idem 3: [i]-32. 

1858. Copy: U, (title Observationes botanicae . . .). 

2471. Hortus bogoriensis descriptus sive Retziae editio nova valde aucta et emendata . . , Pars 
prima. Amstelodami [Amsterdam] (sumptibus F. Giinst), Bonnae [Bonn] (apud Adolphum 
Marcum) 1858. Oct. f [Hort. bogor. descr.). 

Publ.: I -1 2 Oct 1858 (archives KNAW; Hasskarl sent a copy to Miquel on 12 Oct 1858 
stating that it had just been published (letter at U)), p. [i]-xi, [xii, err.], [ i]-37 6. Co/?z>j: G, 
KNAW, NY, U. - The publisher could not fulfill his promise to publish a second part. 
Hasskarl published the continuation of the text in Bonplandia 7; 170-174, 254-274. 1859 
and 8: 90-100. i860 (see also his letter to Miquel of 25 Jul 1859 at U). 

Ref.: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 17: 167-168. 1859. 
Anon., Bull. Soc. bot. France 6: 73-74. 1859 (post 6 Mai). 

2472. Horti malabarici clavis nova {Kegtmhwrg {M.dLnz) 1861-1862]. Oct. 
Publ.: In Flora (Regensburg) as follows: 



44: 401-408. 1 4 Jul 1 86 1, 44 

44: 481-488. 21 Aug 1861, 44 

44: 545-552- 21 Sep 1 86 1, 44 

44: 577-,584- 7 0ct 1861, 44 

Nachtrdge und Verbesserungen : 

45: 41-48. 14 Feb 1862, 45: 153-160. 3 Apr 1862, 

45: 73-80. 28 Feb 1862, 45: 187-192. 16 Apr 1862. 

45: 121-128. 21 Mar 1862, 



609-616. 21 Oct 1 86 1, 
641-648. 7 Nov 1 86 1, 
705-712. 7 Dec 1 86 1, 
739-745- 21 Dec 1861 



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Reprint: with original pagination, as above. Copy: U. - To be cited from journal. 

2473. JVeuer Schliissel zu Rumph's Herbarium amboinense von Dr. J. K. Hasskarl. Besonders 
abgedruckt aus den Abhandlungen der Naturf. Gesellschaft Bd. ix. Heft 2. Halle (H. W. 
Schmidt) 1866. Qu. [Neu. Schliiss. Rumph.). 

Publ.: 1866 (BSBF rd. Oct-Dec 1866; p. 146: 15 Oct 1864, p. vi [err.]: 17 Oct 1866; slip 
"novissima additamenta" 23 Oct 1866), p. [i]-247, add. [i]-vi. Copies: G, U. - Abh. 
naturf Ges. Halle 9(2): [1431-389, [i]-vi, err. slip 23 Oct 1866; reprint with original 
pagination but with a modified t.p.: MICH, MO, NY, USDA. 

2474. Commelinaceae indicae, imprimis archipelagi indici, adjectis nonnuUis hisce terris alienis 
auctore Carolo Hasskarl . . . (propriis expensis c.r. societatis zoologico-botanicae). Vindo- 
bonae [Wien] (Typis Caroli Ueberreuter (M. Salzer).) 1870. Oct. (in fours). {Commelin. 
ind.). 

PubL: Apr 1870 (rd. at Utrecht; Bot. Zeit. 8 Jul 1870; Flora 8 Mai 1870), p. [i], [i]-i82, [1-2, 
err. loose if]. Copies: G, KNAW, MICH, NY, MO, U, US, USDA. - Pubhshed as Beilage 
to the Verb. zool. bot. Ver. Wien 20, 1870. 

Hassler, Emile (1861-1937), Swiss botanical collector and physician who settled in 
Paraguay (1885- 1937) with several prolonged stays in Europe; Dr. phil. h.c. Ascunsion 1930. 

(HassL). 

HERBARIUM and types: Paraguay herbarium (35.000) at G; second largest set of collections at 
K (7075), other major sets at B (no longer extant), P, S and W. Hassler issued various sets of 
exsiccatae, some collected by T. Rojas: 
(i) Plantae paraguarienses (1898-1913, distributed in various series by year). 

(2) Plantae a custode herbarii mei T. Rojas in chaco septentrionali lectae. 

(3) Florula Cordillerae villaricensis . 

(4) Comision argentino-paraguaya de limites (1906). 

(5) Plantae pilcomayenses a . . . Theodore Rojas lectae. 

(6) Itinera in Paraguaria septentrionali (T. Rojas leg.). 
Re/.: Verdoorn, F., Chron. bot. 4: 170. 1938. 

Stafleu, F. A., Monogr. Vochysiac. 532. 1948. 
Miege & Wuest, Saussurea 6: 133. 1975. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Backer p. 652; Barnhart 2: 137; BJI 2: 70; BL i : 234, 252, 

253, 300; BM 2: 799, 6: 440; Bossert p. 167; Hortus 3: 1 194 ("HassL") ; IH 2: 260; Kew 2: 

602; Pleschp. 251 ;TL-2/303-304; Tucker i : 325, 335; Urban-Berl. p. 354; Zander ed. 10, p. 

668. 

Hassler, E., Bibhografia del Dr. E. Hassler ofrecida a la Universidad nacional de Ascuncion 

al entregarsele et primer diploma de "doctor honoris causa" otorgado por la misma. 

Ascuncion, 26de octubre de 1934. Buenos Aires (Casa Coni), 1934, 6 p. {n.v.), reprinted 

Darwiniana 3(1) : 82-87. I937- 
Hochreutiner, B. P. G., Boissiera 3: [11 p.]. 1939 (portr., bibl.). 
Molfino, J. F., Physis 5: 332-337. 1922 (bibl.); Anal. Soc. ci. Argentina 113(3): 138-140. 

1932- 
Vischer, Verh. naturf ges. Basel 49: 197-199. 1938 (portr.). 

handwriting: Candollea 30: 389-390. 1975. 

eponymy: Hasslerella Chodat (1908); Hassleropsis Chodat (1904). 

2475. Universite de Geneve - Institut de botanique. Plantae Hasslerianae soit enumeration 
des plantes recoltees au Paraguay par le dr. Emile Hassler, d'Aarau (Suisse) et determinees 
par le prof dr. R. Chodat avec I'aide de plusieurs coUaborateurs . . . Geneve (Imprimerie 
Romet, . . .) [1898-1907], 2 vols. Oct. [PL HassL). 

Main author of text: Robert Hippolyte Chodat (1865- 1934). 

/: 1902, p. [i]-8, [i]-203; 2: 1907, p. [i], [i]-7i2, and index. Copy: NY. - Consohdated 
reprint with continuous pagination of a series of papers in Bulletin de I'Herbier Boissier as 
follows : 



HATTORI 



vol. 



pages 


Bull. Herb. Boissier 




daes 


reprint 


ser. vol. 


pages 




1-42 


I 6, App. I 


1-42 


I Apr 1898 


43-88 


7, App. I 


43-88 


I Mai 1899 


89-136 


2 I 


395-442 


31 Mar 1 90 1 


137-152 


2 


297-312 


28 Feb 1902 


153-174 


2 


382-403 


27 Mar 1902 


175-189 


2 


733-747 


31 Jul 1902 


190-203 


2 


811-824 


31 Aug 1902 


1-17 


3 


50-66 


30 Nov 1902 


18-34 


3 


239-255 


28 Feb 1903 


35-48 


3 


342-355 


31 Mar 1903 


49-83 


3 


387-421 


30 Apr 1903 


84-98 


3 


538-552 


31 Mai 1903 


99-128 


3 


612-641 


30jun 1903 


129-160 


3 


701-732 


31 Jul 1903 


161-192 


3 


780-811 


31 Aug 1903 


193-228 


3 


906-941 


30 Sep 1903 


229-261 


3 


1 007- 1 039 


31 Oct 1903 


262-292 


3 


1097-1127 


5 Dec 1903 


293-324 


4 


61-92 


31 Dec 1903 


325-352 


4 


169-196 


31 Jan 1904 


353-388 


4 


257-292 


29 Feb 1904 


389-403 


4 


475-489 


30 Apr 1904 


404-419 


4 


548-563 


31 Mai 1904 


420-425 


4 


688-693 


3oJun 1904 


426-441 


4 


824-839 


31 Jul 1904 


442-472 


4 


879-909 


31 Aug 1904 


473-490 


4 


1051-1068 


30 Sep 1904 


491-508 


4 


1155-1172 


31 Oct 1904 


509-524 


4 


1273-1288 


5 Dec 1904 


525-550 


5 


65-90 


30 Dec 1904 


551-568 


5 


228-305 


28 Feb 1905 


569-594 


5 


481-506 


30 Apr 1905 


595-605 


5 


603-613 


31 Mai 1905 


606-634 


5 


671-699 


3oJun 1905 


635-652 


7 


279-296 


31 Mar 1907 


653-680 


7 


597-624 


29jun 1907 


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7 


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31 Jul 1907 


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7 


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30 Sep 1907 



For Hassler's publications on Paraguay and Argentina see Darwiniana 3(1) : 82-87. i937- 

2476. Contribuciones a la flora del Chaco argentino-paraguayo. Primera parte florula 
pilcomayensis por el Dr. Emilio Hassler. Buenos Aires ("La Semana medica", imp. de obras de 
E. Spinelli) 1909. Oct. [Fl. pilcomay.) 

Publ.: 1909 (p. 8: 15 Mar 1908), p. [i, cover]- 154, [i]-iiierr. Copy: US. -Trabajosdel Museo 
de Farmacologia de la Facultad de Ciencias medicas de Buenos Aires no. 21. 

Hattori, Hirotaro (1875- 1965), Japanese botanist. {Hatt.). 

HERBARIUM and types: TI. 

note: Dr. H. Hara informed us that H. Hattori was born on i Mai 1875 ^^^ died on 30 Sep 
1965. Obituary notes are not available. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : 1 39 ; BM 2 : 800 ; CSP 1 5 : 684; IH 2 : 260 ; Kew 2 : 
603; LS 1 1522, suppl. 19022; MW p. 161-162, suppl. p. 90; Rehder 5: 373. 
Diels, F. L. E., Bot. Jahrb. 42(Lit.): 32. 1908. 

99 



eponymy: Hattoria Kamimura (1961), Hattoria R. M. Schuster (1961), Hattoriella H. Inoue 
(i960), and Neohattoria Kamimura (1962), are dedicated to Sinske Hattori ( 19 15-x), Japa- 
nese hepatologist, whose name also occurs in the Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory. 
Miyazaki (Japan). Vol. i-x. 1947-x. (The foundation which supports the laboratory was 
established in 1946 by Shinji Hattori, father of Sinske Hattori). 

2476a. Myxomycetes of Nasu district by H. Hattori s.l. 1935. Oct. (size). {Myxomyc. Nasu). 
Publ.: 1935 (Mycologia i Jun 1936), p. [i-xvi, Japanese texts], 1-280, pi. i-2j, [1-2]. Copy: 

Stevenson. 
Ref: Anon., Mycologia 28: 296. 1936. 

Hattori, H.,Nasusanhenkeikinruizusetsu. Sosetsu zoho, p. [i], 1-21, [i]. 1939 (fide MW 
suppl. p. 90, supplement to main work). 

Haub, Peter Ferdinand (1804-1867), German high school teacher; from 1833 at the 
Konitz (Marienwerder) Gymnasium. {Haub). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BM 2: 800; PR 3851. 
Caspary, R., Lebensbeschr. ost-westpreuss. Bot. 210. 191 2. 

2477. Album plantarum, quae circa Conicium sponte crescunt, phanerogamarum. Praemit- 
titur famiharum dispositio naturalium. Scripsit P. F. Haub. Conicii [Konitz (Marien- 
werder)] (typis F. F. Harichii) 1847. Qju. {Album pL). 

Publ. -.Jul- Aug 1847 (p. 4: pridiePentecostena. 1847), p. [i], [ i]-8 7, followed by Schulnach- 
richten [i]-22. Copy: MO. - ' Jahresbericht iiber das konigliche katholische Gymnasium 
in Conitz in dem Schuljahre 1846- 1847 mit welchem zu der offenthchen Priifung am 23 
August und zu den Schlussfeierlichkeiten am 24 August c. ergebenst einladet der Director 
des Gymnasiums Dr. F. Briiggemann. Inest: Album plantarum . . . Haub." 

Hauck, Ferdinand (1845-1889), Austrian algologist (born at Briinn, Brno); post office 
official stationed at Trieste 1866- 1889; Dr. phil. h.c. Ziirich 1883. {Hauck). 

HERBARIUM and types: L (via herb. Weber-van Bosse) ; further material at W and WRSL. 
Exsiccatae (with Paul Richter) : Phykotheka universalis (Fasc. 1-15; P. Richter from fasc. 7 on; 
750 nos., Leipzig (Kummer) 1885- 1896), complete sets at B, BM, C, FH, HAL, KBG, K, L, 
LD, NY, S, STR, UPS, W, WRSL. Fryxell (1975) refers to Hauck diatoms at S, Hauck and 
Richter id. at W. - Diagnoses in Hedwigia. - Hauck also contributed specimens to V. 
Wittrock and O. Nordtstedt, Algae aquae dulcis exsiccatae and to P. T. Cleve and J. D. Moller, 
Diatomeen. 
Ref.: Dodel, Bot. Centralbl. 42: 362-367. 1890 (on Phykotheka) . 

Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19: 78. 1969. 

Koster, J. T., Blumea 2(3): 231. 1936, Taxon 18: 553. 1969. 

Fryxell, G., Nova Hedwigia Beih. 35: 361. 1975. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 139; BM 2: 800; Bossert p. 167; Clokie p. 179; 
CSP 10: 159, 12: 317, 15: 685; DeToni i : Ixi-lxii, cxxxviii, 2: Ixiii, 4: xxix; DTS i : 103-104; 
Frank3(Anh.): 42; IH 2: 260; Kew 2: 604; KR p. 273-274; Moebiusp. 90; Nordstedt p. 35; 
Rehder 5: 373; Saccardo i : 88, 2: 57; Urban-Berl. p. 264. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1890: 45; Leopoldina 26(5-6): 54. 1890; Bot. Zeit. 48: 15. 1890; Hedwigia 

29(1): 45-48. 1890; Bot. Gaz. 15: 48. 1890; Botanik und Zoologie in Osterreich 1850- 

1900. Wien 1 90 1 (unnumbered portrait). 
Beck, G., Vegetationsverh. lUyr. Lander 13, 34-35. 1901 (Veg. Erde 4) (bibl.). 
Cesati, V. de, Saggio bibl. algol. ital. 185-189. 1882. 

DeToni, G. B., Nuova Notarisia i: 58-61. 1890 (bibl.), Bot. Centralbl. 41: 234-237. 1890. 
Levi Morenos, Notarisia 5(18): 941-953. 1890 (portr., bibl.). 
Marchesetti, Ann. Bot. 3: 464. 1890 (bibl.). 
Richter, Hedwigia 29: 45-48. 1890 (bibl.). 
S.Z., Osterr. bot. Z. 37(1): 1-6. 1887 (portr., bibl.). 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 81, pi. 2j. 1903 (portr.), 3(3): 67. 1905. 



HAUMAN 

COMPOSITE works: Contributed to H. W. Reichardt, Flora der Insel Jan Mayen, 21 p., in vol. 
3(7a) o{ Die internationale Polaijorschung 1882-1882, Wien, 1886; see under Reichardt. 

eponymy: Hauckia A. Borzi (1880). 

2477a. Eine neue Flondee [MdiVchtsenidi] [(Separat-Abdruck aus "Hedwigia" 1882. Nr. 9)]. 

Oct. 

Publ.: Sep 1882, p. [1-2]. Copy: FH. - Hedwigia 21 : 140- 141. 1882. To be cited from journal. 

2478. Die Meeresalgen Deutschlands und Oesterreichs. Leipzig (Verlag von Eduard Kummer) 
1885. Oct. [Meeresalg. Deutschl. Oester.). 

Publ.: 1882-1885, in 10 parts. Copies: U, US. - Second t.p. [ii] : Dr. L. Rabenhorsf s Kryptoga- 
men-Flora von Deutschland, Oesterreich und der Schiveiz. ed. 2, vol. 2, § plates (/-j). 



part 


pages 


dates 


part 


pages 




dates 


I 


[i]-64 


Nov 1882 


6 


273-320 




Nov 1883 


2 


65-112 


Dec 1882 


7 


321-384 




Jan 1884 


3 


113-160 


Jan 1883 


8 


385-448 




Jul 1884 


4 


161-224 


Apr 1883 


9 


449-512 




Oct 1884 


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225-272 


Apr 1883 


10 


513-575, 
pref. [ii]- 
[xxiv] 


[576] 
-xxiii, 


Jan 1885 
Jan 1885 



Facsimile ed.: 1971, New York, London (Johnson Reprint Corporation). Copy: B. 
Ref.: Engler, A., Bot. Jahrb. 4: 71. 1883 (Lit.): 12, 34. 1884, 6(Lit.): 99. 1885. 
Murray, J. Bot. 25: 253-254. 1887. 

Haughton, Samuel (1821-1897), Irish clergyman, physician and palaeobotanist at Dub- 
lin; professor of geology at Trinity College 1851-1881 ; M. D. Dublin 1862, D.C.L. Oxford 
1868, L.L.D. Edinburgh 1884. {Naught.). 

collections: Possibly at TCD. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Andrews p. 275; Barnhart 2: 139; BB p. 142; BM 2: 801; 
CSP 3: 220-223, 7: 923-924, 6: 683, 10: 160-162, 15: 687; Dawson p. 401 ; Desmond p. 294; 
DNBsuppl. 2: 398. 
Anon., Notes bot. School Trinity Coll. Dubhn 3: 126-127. 1898; Dublin J. Med. Sci. 104: 

535- 1897. 
C, Nature 57: 55-56. 1897. 
Close, Irish Natural. 7: 1-3. 1898 (portr.). 
D.J.C., Proc. Roy. Soc. London 62: xxix-xxxvii. 1898. 
E.H., Geol. Magaz. ser. 2. dec. 4. 4: 573-575. 1897. 
Hicks, Quart. J. Geol. Soc. London 54: Ixvi. 1898. 
Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 301, 567. 1963. 

COMPOSITE works: (i) Editor of The Natural History Review, vols. 4-7, 1857- 1860. 
(2) Edited The Dublin Quarterly Journal of Science, vols. 1-6, 1 861-1866. 

Hauman, Lucien (1880- 1965), Belgian botanist; educated at Gembloux; pupil of Leo 
Errera ; at the Faculty of Agronomy in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from 1 904- 1 926 ; professor of 
botany at the Universite hbre de Bruxelles 1928- 1950; Dr. agron. h.c. Buenos Aires 1949. 

(Haum.). 

HERBARIUM and types: BRLU; dupl. B, BA, BR, G, NY, SI. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Backer p. 652; Barnhart 2: 139; BL i : 231, 234, 232, 253, 
255, 300, 2: 32, 666; Hirsch p. 116; Hortus 3: 1 194 ("Haum."); Langmanp. 352; LS 1 1523, 
suppl. 10932-10934; MW p. 162; Zander ed. 10, p. 668. 
Aubreville, Adansonia 6(1): 25-27. 1966. 



Balle, S., Mem. Soc. bot. Belgique 2: 43-46. 1966; AETFAT Bull. 17: lo-i i. 1966. 

Bouillenne, Bull. Seances Acad. r. Sci. Outre-Mer 1967(1): 129-133. (portr.). 

Burkart, A., Darwiniana 14(1): 250-251. 1966. 

Diels, F. L. E., Bot. Jahrb. 66(Lit.): 29. 1934. 

Homes et al., Mem. Soc. Bot. Belgique 2: [i]-73, [75, cont.]. 1966 (portr.; other papers by 

Exell, Parodi, Lawalree, Balle, Leonard, Tournay). 
Homes, Bull. cl. Sci. Acad. r. Belgique ser. 5. 51 : 1 131-1 133. 1965. 
Lawalree, A., Mem. Soc. Bot. Belgique 2: 39-42. 1966 (H. and Belgian floristics). 
Leonard, J., Mem. Soc. Bot. Belgique 2: 47-49. 1966 (on H's work on the Flore du Congo). 
Parodi, L. R., La obrabotanica del profesorLucienHauman. Buenos Aires 1925, 11 p. (repr. 

from An. Soc. Ci. Arg. C, 1925; see also Revista Centro Est. Agron. Buenos Aires 18(125- 

126): 617-624. 1925) (main bibl. of Argentine publ.). 
Robyns, W., Bull. Inst. R. Col. Beige 21(4): 1002-1004. 1951. 
Tournay, R., Mem. Soc. Bot. Belgique 2: 51-73. 1966 (main bibl.). 

COMPOSITE works: Many papers published in collaboration with other authors. For these 
and for H's contributions to the Flore du Congo see Tournay (1966) and Leonard (1966). 

EPONYMY (genera): HaumaniaJ. Leonard (1949); Haumaniastrum P. Duvigneaud et Plancke 
(1959) ; (journal) : Haumania, revista del Centro de Estudios agronomicos de Cuyo, Mendoza 
(Argentina), i-x, 1947-x. 

2479. Catalogue des phanerogames de V Argentine. Buenos Aires ( i : Coni freres; 2 : Imprimerie et 
editions "Coni") 1917-1923, 2 parts. ]. {Cat. phan. Argentine). 

Co-authors (i) : G. Vanderveken; (2) : Luis H. Irigoyen. 

/: 5 Feb 19 17, p. [i-iii], [i]-350, ii,index],err. sHp p. 345. Co/)2>j: MICH, MO, NY, US(2).- 

Anales del Museo nacional de historia natural de Buenos Aires, vol. 29. 
2: 14 Dec 1923, p. [i-iii], [i]-3i3, [i, index]. Copies: MICH, MO. - Anales [id.], vol. 32. 
Preliminary notice in: Primera Reunion nac. Soc. Arg. Ci. nat. Tucuman 279-286. 1919. 

2480. La vegetation des hautes Cordilleres de Mendoza. Buenos Aires (Impremerie et edition 
"Coni") 1918 (public en mai 1919). Oct. (size). [Veg. Cordill. Mendoza). 

Publ.: Mai 1919 (t.p.), p. [i]-i94,/)/. i-xxv. Copy: US. Repaginated reprint from An. Soc. Ci. 
Argent. 86: 121-188, 225-348. 1918, publ. 1919. 

2481. Catalogue des pteridophytes et phanerogames de la flore beige enumeration mise a jour et 
revisee au point du vue systematique et synonymique des especes et de leurs varietes . . . 
Gembloux (Imprimerie J. Duculot) 1934. Oct. {Cat.fl. belg.). 

Co-author: S. Balle. 

Publ. : 1934 (p. 1 1 : Oct 1933) , p. [ i]- 1 26. Copies: BR, NY. - Suppl. to Bull. Soc. Bot. Belg. vol. 
66. 

Hauptfleisch, Paul (1861-1906), German botanist; Dr. phil. Greifswald 1888; lecturer at 
the Technische Hochschule, Stuttgart. [Hauptfl.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : 139; BM 2 : 80 1 ; CSP 1 5 : 687 ; De Toni i : Ixii, 4 : 
xxix; LS 11525-1 1526, 34264-34265; Moebius p. 185; Nordstedt p. 17-18. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1907: 20; Nat. Nov. 28: 500. 1906. 

COMPOSITE works: (i) In EP, Die natUrlichen Pflanzenfamilien, die ah fossile Algen (und 
Bakterien) beschriebenen Pflanzenreste oder Abdriicke, 1(2): 515-569. Dec 1897 (TL- 

2/1710). 

2482. ZMmembran und Hiillgallerte der Desmidiaceen. Inaugural-Dissertation der hohen philo- 
sophischen Fakultat der Universitat Greifswald zur Erlangung der Doktorwurde, vorgelegt 
und nebst den beigefugten Thesen am 23 Juni 1 888, Nachsmittags 2 Uhr offenthch verteidigt 
von Paul Hauptfleisch aus Landsberg a.W. . . . Greifswald (Druck von F. W. Kunike) 1888. 
Oct. {^ellmembran Desmid.) . 



HAUSSKNECHT 

PmR: 23jun 1888, p. [i-iii], [i]-8o,pl. 1-3 (uncol., auct.). Copy: FH. -Preprinted from Mitt, 
naturw. Ver. Neuvorpommern 20: 57-136. 1889. 

Hausmann zu Stetten, Franz von (1810-1878), Austrian botanist, Freiherr zum Stein 
unter Lebenberg, Lanegg und Greiffenegg. {Hausm.). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG i: 47, 4: 148, 12(1): 147; Barnhart 2: 140; BL 2: 404, 
666; BM 2: 801; Bossert p. 167; CSP 3: 224; DTS i : xx, 104-106, 6(4): 23, 27, 34, 40, 41; 
Frank 3(Anh.) : 42; Hortus3: 1194 ("Hausm."); IH 2: 261 ; Kew2: 606; Jackson p. 269; PR 
3854-3855 (ed. i: 4217); Rehder i: 440; Saccardo i: 88, cron. p. xxiv; Tucker i: 326; 
Urban-Berl. p. 354. 
Fischnaler, Alpenfreund 11: 308-314. 1878 (portr.); Z. Ferdinandeums Tirol Vorarlberg, 

ser. 3. 23: 1-94. 1879 (portr.). 
Janchen, E., Catal. fl. austr. i : 42, 43, 46. 1956. 
Hausmann, F., Fl. Tirol 1 163. 1854. 
Kanitz, A., Magy. noven. Lapok 2: 141-142. 1878. 

eponymy: Hausmannia Dunker (1846) is dedicated to Johann Friedrich Ludwig Hausmann 
( 1 782-1859), German mineralogist. 

2483. Flora von Tirol. Ein Verzeichniss der in Tirol und Vorarlberg wild wachsenden und 
haufiger gebauten Gefasspflanzen. Mit Beriicksichtigung ihrer Verbreitung und ortlichen 
Verhaltnisse verfasst und nach Koch's Synopsis der deutschen Flora geordnet. [Heft 3 and 
1 854 general t.p. :] . Mit einem Anhange, enthaltend : Die Literatur der Flora des Landes und 
Notizen iiber die zu selber Bezug habenden Botaniker - zweifelhafte und irrige altere 
Angaben - Hohenmessungen - einen Vergleich mit den Nachbar-Floren in tabellarischer 
Uebersicht - einen Linneischen Schliissel - ein vollstandiges Synonymen-Register - und 
Nachtrage zur Flora . . . Innsbruck (Im Verlage der Wagner'schen Buchhandlung) 1851- 
1854. Oct. {Fl. Tirol). 

Heft pp. date Heft pp. date 

1 [i-viii], [i]-576 Jul-Sep 1851 3 [i]-xiv, [io85]-i6i4 Jun-Jul 1854 

2 [i-ii], 577-1084 1852 

Copies: B, G, L, M, MO, NY, USDA (Heft i until p. 548). 

Ref.: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 9: 764-765. 24 Oct. 1851; 12: 531-534. 28 Jul 
1854 (Heft 2, 3). 

Fiirnrohr, A. E., Flora 27: 665-668. 14 Nov 1854. 

Hausmann, F. von Verb. zool. bot. Ver. Wien 8: 371-380. 1858 (Nachtrage). 

2484. Gagea und Lloydia. Eine Monographic von Franz Hausmann. Wien (gedruckt bei Carl 
Ueberreuter) 1841. Oct. {Gagea Lloydia). 

Publ.: 1841, p. [i]-vi, [7]-58. Copy: WU. - The BM copy has the title Dissertatio inauguralis 
medico-botanica expo7iens species generum plantarum Gageae et Lloydiae . . . (see also PR) . The 
WU copy is the trade edition. 

Haussknecht, Heinrich Carl (1838-1903), German botanist of independent means at 
Weimar; botanical explorer of the Orient. {Hausskn.). 

HERBARIUM and types: JE ("Herbarium Haussknecht"). Duplicates in A, AK, B, BM, BB, 
CN, E, G, K, L, LE, LY, MANCH, MN, OXF, P, W. Exsiccatae: sets issued as e.g. IterSynaco- 
Armeniacum (1864- 1866), Iter kurdicum (1866- 1869), Iter graecum (1885), Iter orientale (1867- 
1868). - Haussknecht's library is also at JE. The "Herbarium Haussknecht" was originally 
housed in Weimar in a building, erected in 1895, designed to house H's collections. After H's 
death this institution was continued as an independent foundation managed by Joseph 
Bornmiiller under the auspices of the Thiiringische botanische Gesellschaft. Bornmiiller was 
succeeded by O. Schwarz in 1946 who transferred the collections to the new Institut fiir 
spezielle Botanik at Jena in 1949. 
Ref.: Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(3): 333-334- i975- 

103 



HAUSSKNECHT 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: AG i: 277, 5(2): 163, 5(2): 488; Backer p. 652; Barnhart 2: 
i4o;BM2:8o2;Bossertp. 167; CSP7:925, 10: 162, 12: 317, 15: 690; Clokiep. i79;DTS i: 
106-107, 6(4): 63, 70, 71, 148; GR p. 86; Hortus 3: 1 194 ("Hausskn."); IH 2: 261 ; Kew 2: 
606-607; Langm an p. 352;LS 11534-11535; Maiwald p. 117, 124; MW p. i62;NAFser. 2. 
5: 241; NI 813; Rehder 5: 373; Saccardo i : 88, 2: 57; TL-2/see K. G. Baenitz; Urban-Berl. 
p. 265, 301, 354; Zander ed. 10, p. 668. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1904: 46; Bot. Zeit. 61 (2) : 240. 1903; Bull. Soc. bot. France 16 (bibl.) : 46- 

47, 239. 1869. 
Beck, G., VegetaUonsverh. lUyr. Lander 35. 1901 (Veg. Erde 4). 
Prison, Ed., Henri Ferdinand Van Heurck 45. 1959. 
Hergt, Mitt, thiir. bot. Ver. ser. 2. 18: 1-14. 1904 (portr., bibl.);Ber. Deut. bot. Ges. 22: (31)- 

(39)- 1905- 
Meyer, F. K. und H. Manitz, in: Reichtiimer und Raritaten, Jenaer Reden und Schriften 

88-95. 1975 (o'^ ^^^^ "Herbarium Haussknecht"). 
Pax, F., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Karpathen 38, 42. 1898 (Veg. Erde 2(1)). 
Volkens, Verb. bot. Ver. Brandenburg 51 : (85). 19 10. 

eponymy: Haussknechtia Boissier (1872). 

2485. Monographic der Gattung Epilobium . . . Jena (Verlag von Gustav Fischer) 1884. Qu. 

[Monogr. Epilobium). 

Publ.:]un 1884 (p. viii: Mai 1884; Nat. Nov. Jun 1884; Bot. Zeit. 25JUI 1884; id. "soeben" 

27jun 1884; J. Bot. Jul 1884), p. [i]-viii, [i, cont.], [i]-3i8, 3 charts,/?/. 1-2J, uncol. hths. 

by author. Copies: B, BR, G, L, M, NY, U, USDA. 
Ref.: Murbeck, Bot. Not. 1884: 189-199. 18 Dec 1884. 

Roth, Bot. Jahrb. 6(Lit.): 3-6. 24 Oct 1884. 

Havaas (Havas), Johan Jonson (1864- 1956), Norwegian farmer and lichenologist at 

Bergen. [Hav.). 

HERBARIUM and types: BG; other material at DUKE and O. - Exsiccatae: 

(i) Lichenes exsiccati Norvegiae, a Museo Bergensi editi. Fasc. 1-23, nos. 1-725, Bergen 1901- 
1952, sets at BG, C, H, O, UPS. 

(2) Lichenes Norvegiae occidentalis exsiccati, a Museo Bergense editi. Fasc. 1-12, nos. 1-300. 
Bergen 191 2-1954. Sets at BG, FH, LD, LE, O, PC, S, UPS; for incomplete sets see IH. 

Index: Lynge, B., Index sp. var. lich. 241-248. 1915-1918; suppl. p. 234. 

Note (by P. M. Jorgensen) : Havaas was for a very long time "stipendiat" at BG, a position 
which allowed him to continue his lichenological studies at his farm at Granvin. Under this 
arrangement Havaas had to deliver the first set of his collections to BG and to keep only 
duplicates for his personal use. All specimens on which Havaas published are at BG. Upon 
Havaas' death his son sold the private herbarium kept at home to DUKE. This collection 
contained mainly duplicates of what was already at BG but also some material collected in 
later years which had not yet been identified. In addition to these main collections there are 
Havaas collections not necessarily duplicating the holdings at BG, at TUR (via Vainio), H 
(via G. Lang), UPS (through Magnusson), and at O (only few, mainly material sent to 
Lynge) . The location of regular sets of exsiccatae is mentioned above. 
Ref.: V.A., Rev. bryol. lichen. 34: 376. 1966 (on acquisition by DUKE of "the cryptogamic 
herbarium" of Havaas). 
Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19: 1 31-133. 1969. 

BiBLioGRAPHYand BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : 1 40 ; BL 2 : 448, 666 ; GR p. 7 1 2-7 1 3, j&/. [56] , cat. 

p. 64 ("Hav.") ; Hawsksworth p. 183; IH 2: 261 ; Kleppa p. 324; LS 1 1542-1 1543, 34270- 

34271, suppl. 1 0943- 1 0944; Rehder 5: 374; SBC p. 122 ("Hav."); Tucker i : 326. 

Dahl, Blyttia 14: 71-77. 1956. 

Faegri, K., Naturen 78: 354-360. 1954 (portr.); Univ. Bergen Arsmelding 1955-56: 23-24. 

Holmboe, J., Norsk, biogr. Leks. 5: 538-539. 1931. 

Stafleu, F. A., Taxon 6: 56. 1957. 

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2486. Beitrdge zur Kenntnis der westnorwegischen Flechtenflora [Bergen (A/S John Griegs Bogtryk- 
keri) 1909]. Oct. [Beitr. westnorw. Flecht.-FL). 

Pm^/. : Jan-Aug 1909 (Nat. Nov. Sep(i) 1909), p. [i]-39. Copy: KNAW. -Bergens Museums 

Aarbog 1909(1). 
Ref.: Riiggeberg, Bot. Zeit. 68: 15-16. 16 Jan 1910. 

Havard, Valery (1846- 192 7), French-born American physician and botanist; at Man- 
hattan College, New York 1865; at San Francisco 1869; surgeon U.S. Army 1 87 1 ; president 
of the Army Medical School 1906-1910. [Havard). 

HERBARIUM and types: Main set at US; duplicates B, F, GH, MICH, MO, NY, SPH. For 
travels see McVaugh 1957. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : 1 40 ; BL 1:216; CSP 10: 1 65, 15: 692 ; IH 2 : 26 1 ; 

Langman p. 352; Pennell p. 609; Tucker i : 326; Urban-Berl. p. 354. 

Anon., The World 15 Mar 1905 (captured 67 Japanese). 

Blankinship, J. W., Montana Agric. Coll. Sci. Stud. Bot. i : 8, 9, 20. 1905. 

Ewan, J., Rocky Mountain naturalists 224-225. 1950. 

Havard, V., Proc. U.S. natl. Mus. 8: 449-553. Sep 1885 (report on H's travels and collections 

made in Texas 1 881- 1884). 
Hulten, E., Bot. Not. 1940: 304. 
McVaugh, R., Asa Gray Bull. ser. 2. 3(2): 1 77-191. 1957. (autobiogr. notes; evaluation of 

bot. work). 
Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 937. 1963. 
Rickett, H. W., Index Bull. Torrey bot. Club 45. 1955. 
Sargent, C. S., Silva i: 81. 1891. 

eponymy: Havardia]. K. Small (1901). 

2487. List of plants found on the plains of western Dakota and eastern Montana during the 
summer of 1877 and spring of 1879, by V. Havard, . . . Washington (Government Printing 
Office) 1880. Oct. {List pi. west. Dakota). 

Publ.: 1880, p. [i]-20. Copy: NY. - Appendix SS of the Annual Report of the Chief of 
Engineers for 1880. (House exec. Doct. 1(2) vol. 2, 46th Congr., third session) p. 2513- 
2530. - A first account was given by Havard in Appendix QQ, House Exec. Doct. i (2), 
vol. 2, 45th Congress, third session, Ann. Rep. Engineers 1878: 1692-1687. 1878 (see p. 
1 672- 1 680 for a report on the march itself by L. R. Hare). 

Haworth, Adrian Hardy (i 768-1833), British gardener and entomologist, originally at 
Cottingham nr. Hull, in 1 792-1812 at Little Chelsea, London, from 1812-1817 again at 
Cottingham; from 181 7 or 1818 again at Chelsea; died of cholera; leading authority on 
succulent plants. [Haw.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Haworth's herbarium was bought by Fielding who used it for study 
and threw away most of the specimens. Some specimens of Aloe, Apicra, Gasteria and Haworthia 
labelled by Haworth are still in the Fielding herbarium (OXF). Haworth had a garden in 
Chelsea where he grew succulent plants (181 7-1 833). It may be assumed that, as was not 
unusual with botanists working with succulent plants, Haworth did not always make 
herbarium specimens of the new species he grew. Desmond mentions also Haworth plants at 
K. - Letters at K, LINN, Teyler. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 3: 69; Backer p. 256; Barnhart 2: 142; BB p. 143; Blunt 
p. 211 ; BM 2: 804; Bossert p. 168; Clokie p. 180; CSP 3: 235-236, 15: 694; Desmond p. 295 
(q.v. for further references) ; DNB 25 : 246-247 ; Dryander 3 : 288 ; Frank 3 ( Anh.) : 42 ; Henrey 
2: 389, 425, 434-435. 632, 429, 432-434, 720, 3: 52-53; Hortus 3: 1 194 ("Haw."); Kew 2: 
611; Jackson p. 556 [index]; Langman p. 354; MW p. 162; PR 3856-3861 (ed. i: 4218- 
4223) ; Rehder 5: 374; RS p. 87; TL-2/135; Tucker i : 327; Zander ed. 10, p. 668. 
Allan, M., The Hookers of Kew 35, 41. 1969. 

Faulkner, Th., An historical and topographical description of Chelsea and its environs ii, 
Chelsea 1829, P- ' 1-13 (fide Rauschenberg; contemp. view of H's later years). 

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Guillemin, A., Arch, de Bot. 2: 479-480. 1833. 

Herbert, W., Amaryllidaceae 293-296. 1837 (critique of H's taxonomy). 

J.D., Mag. nat. Hist. 6: 562. 1823. 

Loudon, J. C, Mag. nat. Hist. 9: 447. 1836. 

Pritzel, G. A., Linnaea 19: 454. 1847. 

Rauschenberg, R. A., in C. C. Gillispie, DSB 6: 184. 1972 (bibl.). 

Reynolds, G. W., Aloes of S. Africa 93, 227. 1950. 

Salm Dyck, Catalogue raisonne des especes et varietes d'Aloes decrites par Ms. Willdenow, 

Haworth, De CandoUe et Jacquin. [Diisseldorf 181 7], 8 and 72 p. (on H's Aloe species). 
Schultes, in W.J. Hooker, Bot. Misc. i : 69-70. 1830. 
Schumann, Monatschr. Kakteenk. 9(1): 1-2. 1899. 
Stafleu, F. A., Taxon 15: 274-276. 1966 (review of "Complete works"). 
Stearn, W. T., in Haworth's complete works on succulent plants, London 1965, vol. i, p. 9- 

80; also in Herre, Genera Mesembr. 42-43. 1971 (portr.). 

COMPOSITE works: Haworth wrote the text of Andrews' The botanisf s repository , vol. 6, pi. 361- 
432, Apr 1804-Mar 1805, TI-2/135. 

handwriting: Clokie, H., Account herb. Oxford 279. 1964. 

eponymy: Haworthia H. A. Duval (1809, mm. cons.). 

2488. Observations on the genus Adesembryanthemum, in two parts; containing scientific descrip- 
tions of above one hundred and thirty species, about fifty of which are new; directions for 
their management; new arrangements of the species; references to authors; and a great 
variety of critical, philosophical and explanatory remarks. London (Printed and sold for the 
author, by J. Barker, . . . also by B. and J. White . . .) 1794 [-1795], 2 parts. Oct. [Observ. 
Mesembryanthemum) . 

Part, i: p. [i, iii, v], [i]-io^, publ. after i Nov 1794 (preface i Nov 1794; t.p. 1794). 
Part. 2: p. [i05]-48o, j&m/»/. 1795 (mon. Rev., London Jan 1796). 

Copies: G, MO, NY. 

Facsimile ed.: Westmead (Gregg Press) 1965, in vol. i of Haworth, Complete works on 
succulent plants. Copy: FAS. 

2489. Miscellanea naturalia, sive dissertationes variae ad historiam naturalem spectantes. 
Londini [London] (Typis J. Taylor) 1803. Oct. (in fours). {Misc. nat.). 

Publ. :Jul-Dec 1803 (p. xi: Jul 1803), p. [i]-xiv, 15-204. Copy: US. - Issued with Lepidoptera 

Britannica, \o\. i, 1803. 
Reprint: Westmead (Gregg Press) 1965, in vol. 2 of Haworth, Complete works on succulent 

plants. Copy: FAS. 
Ref.: Griffin, Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. 10(2): 531. 1932. 

2490. Synopsis plantarum succulentarum, cum descriptionibus, synonymis, locis observationibus 
anglicanis, culturaque . . . Londini (typis Richardi Taylor etSocii) i8i2.0ct. {Syn.pl.succ). 
Orig. ed.: 1812 (p. vi: Nov 181 1), p. [i]-viii, [i]-334. Copies: G, MICH, MO, NY, USDA; 

IDC 5047. 

German ed.: ^'Synopsis plantarum succulentarum cum descriptionibus synonymis locis, observa- 
tionibus culturaque auctore A. H. Haworth F.L.S. Er. usui hortorum Germaniae acco- 
modata." Norimbergae [Niirnberg] (sumptibus J. L. Schrag) 1819. Oct. 
Publ: Oct 1819, p. [i]-viii, [i]-376. Copies: G, KNAW, M, MO, USDA. 
Editor: Franz von Paula von Schrank (1747- 1835), author of preface; English notes 
translated by Schell and Seitz. Abbreviations: K. (Kalt; orig. F for frame), C.H. 
(Caphaus, G.H. for Greenhouse), W (Warm, S for Stove). 

Facsimile ed. : Westmead (Gregg Press) 1965, vol. 3 of Haworth, Complete works on succulent 
plants. Copy: FAS. 

i?e/". : Junk, Rara 149. 1926. 

2491. Supplementum plantarum succulentarum, sistens plantas novas vel nuper introductas, sive 
106 



omissas in Synopse plantarum succulentarum: cum observationibus variis anglicanis . . . 

adjungitur Narcissorum revisio. Multum adhuc restat-multumque restabit. Londini (im- 

pensisj. Harding, . . .) 1819. Oct. [Suppl. pi. succ). 

Publ.: Mai 1819, p. [i]-xx, [i]-i6o. Copies: G, MO, NY, US, USDA. 

Facsimile ed.: Westmead (Gregg Press) 1965, in Haworth, Complete works on succulent 

plants vol. 4. Copy. FAS. 
Re/.: Stearn, W. T., J. Bot. 76: 1 14. 1938. 

2492. Saxifragearum enumeratio . . . accedunt revisiones plantarum succulentarum. Londini 
(veneunt apud Wood) 1821. Oct. {Saxifrag. enum.). 

[Part I -.^ 1 82 1 (MICH copy enscribed by author 15 Jan 1822) Saxifragearum enumeratio, p. 

[i]-xx, [i]-62. Copies: MICH (separately), MO (separately), MO (with part 2), NY, 

USDA; IDC 5950 (with part 2). 
[Part 2:] 1821. Revisiones plantarum succulentarum, p. [i*], [i]-ii, [3]-207, [208, err.]. 

Copies: MO (with part i), NY (id.); USDA; IDC 5950. 

Separate issue: Revisiones plantarum succulentarum. . . Londini (in aedibus R. et A. Taylor) 
1821. Oct., p. [i*], [i]-ii, [3J-207, [208, err.]. Copies: MICH, MO. 
Facsimile ed.: Westmead (Gregg Press) 1965, in Haworth, Complete works on succulent 

plants, vol. 4. 

2493. A monograph of the subordo V of Amaryllideae, containing the Narcissineae. In R. Sweet, British 
Flower Garden, vol. 1(25) appendix. Chelsea (TiUing) 1831. Oct. {Monogr. Narcissin.). 
Publ.: Jun 1831 (p. 16: 15 Mai 1831), p. [i]-[i6]. Copy: MO. - Issued as an appendix to the 

issue for i Jun 1831 of Sweet's British Flower Garden (ser. 2, no. 25). 
Second edtion: Nov-Dec 1835. "Narcissinedrum monographia . . . the second edition, with 
additions and improvements." London (James Ridgway . . .) i83i,j&m^/.: Nov-Dec 1831 
(p. vi: Nov 1831), p. [i]-vi, [7]-22, [i, note]. Copy: USDA. 

2494. Complete works on succulent plants. [Westmead, Farnborough, Hants.] (Gregg Press) 
1965, 5 vols. Oct. (size) {Compl. works succ. pi.). 

Publ.: Facsimile reprint, biographical and bibliographical introduction by William T. 
Stearn (i : 5-80). Copies: FAS, US. - Vol. i has a frontisp. portrait of H. 

Hay, George Upham (1844- 191 3), Canadian algologist and high school teacher at St. 
John, New Brunswick. (G. Hay). 

HERBARIUM and types: Algae partly at ACAD, partly destroyed. Further material at GH, 
MO, NBM. 

Ref : Taylor, W. R., Marine algae northeastern Coast N. America, Ann Arbor 1957 (part of 
herbarium destroyed by fire at the St. Andrews Biological Station). 

Colinvaux, L. H., Taxon 15: 166. 1966 (material at ACAD). 

Koster, J. T. Taxon 18: 553. 1969. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 142; BL i : 139; CSP 12: 318, 15: 696; DeToni 
I : Ixii; IH 2: 262; Kew 2: 61 1 ; LS 1 1545-1 1547; Tucker i : 327. 

Anon., Proc. Trans. Nova Scotia Inst. 1 3 : cxiv. 1 9 1 5 ; Proc. Trans. R. Soc. Canada ser. 3.7: 
xix-xxi. 19 1 3 (portr.). 

Hay, William Delisle (Jl. 1887), British popular science author. {W. Hay). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : BM 2 : 804 ; Kew 2:612; Langman p. 345 ; LS 1 1 548- 1 1 550. 



eponymy: Hayaster D. Bukry (1973), Hayella S. Gardner (1969), Hayella P. H. Roth (i; 
and Hayesites (1971) are dedicated to WiUiam W. Hay, American micropaleontologist. The 
etymology oi Haya I. B. Balfour (1884) could not be ascertained. 

2495. An elementary text-book of British fungi. Illustrated . . . London (Swan Sonnenschein, 
Lowrey & Co.) 1887. Oct. {Elem. text-book Brit, fungi). 

107 



PubL: Jan 1887 (possibly somewhat earlier) (p. vi: Oct 1886, Nat. Nov. Jan(2) 1887; Bot. 
Zeit. 25 Mar 1887), p. [i]-vii, [i]-238, [i, note],/)/, i-jg, with text, uncol. liths., 5 expl. 
tables. Copies: FH, Stevenson, USDA. 

2496. The fungus-hunter s guide, and field memorandum-book. With analytical keys to the 
orders and genera, illustrated, and notes of important species . . . London (Swan Son- 
nenschein, Lowrey & Co., . . .) 1887. Oct. {Fungus-hunter' s guide) . 

PubL: jan-Mai 1887 (Nat. Nov. Jun(i) 1887; Bot. Zeit. 29JUI 1887), p. [i]-i57. Copies: FH, 

NY, USDA. 
New ed.: 1906 (Nat. Nov. Aug(i) 1906), n.v. 

Hayata, Bunzo (1874- 1934), Japanese botanist at Tokyo. {Hayata). 

HERBARIUM and types: TI; fiirther material at A, C, K, P. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Backer p. 652; Barnhart 2: 143; BJI 2: 70-71 ; BM 6: 444; 
Bossertp. i68;Hortus3: 1194 ("Hayata"); IF suppl. i :8i, 2: 36,3: 210; IH i (ed. 6): 359,2: 
262;Kew2:6i2;Langmanp. 354; Moebiusp. 62; MW p. 162-165; NI 814; Tucker i: 327, 
775; Zander ed. 10, p. 668. 

Gagnepain, F., in Lecomte, H., Fl. gen. Indoch., vol. prel. 42. 194. (portr.). 
Merrill, E. D., ("Merill"), Trans, nat. Hist. Soc. Formosa 24(135)^ 389-390. 1934. 
Satake, Kimura et al., J. Jap. Bot. 35(2): 18-32. i960. 
Verdoorn, F., Chron. bot. i: 207. 1935 (portr.). 

eponymy: Hayataella Masamune (1934). 

2497. Flora Montana Formosae an enumeration of the plants found on Mt. Morrison, the 
Central Chain, and other mountanous regions of Formosa at altitudes of 3,000-13,000 ft. . . . 
Tokyo Journal College of Science, . . .) 1908. {Fl. mont. Formos.). 

PubL: 23 Jul 1908 (inside back cover; p. 3: 14 Mar 1908; Nat. Nov. Sep(2) 1908), cover, p. 
[ii, err.], [i]-26o, pi. 1-41 with text (uncol., auct.). Copies: BR, FH, NY, USDA. - 
Reprinted from J. Coll. Sci. Tokyo 25(19). 1908. - see also Matsumura and Hayata, 
Enum. pi. Formos. 1906 (sub Matsumura). 

2498. The vegetation of Mt. Fuji with a complete list of plants found on the mountain and a 
botanical map showing their distribution . . . Tokyo, Osaka & Kyoto (The Maruzen- 
Kabushiki-Kaisha . . .) 191 1. {Veg. Mt. Fuji). 

Publ.:]an-Apr 191 1 (Nat. Nov. Apr (i) 191 1), p. [i-viii], [i]-i25, [126, err.], pi. 1-8. Copies: 
BR, G, HH, MO, NY, US, USDA. 

2499. Icones plantarum formosanarum nee non et contributiones ad floram Formosanam. Or, 
icones of the plants of Formosa, and materials for a flora of the island, based on a study of the 
collection ofthe botanical survey ofthe Government of Formosa . . . Taihoku (Government 
of Formosa), vols, i-io, 1911-1921. Qu. {Icon. pi. formos.). 

vol. pages (covers inch, copy US) 

1 [i-v], [11-265, [i,jap.] 

2 [i*-vii*], [i]-ii, 1-156, [i,jap.] 

3 [i*-ix*], i-iv, 1-222, [i,jap.] 

4 [i*-ix*], [i]-vi, [i]-264 

5 [i*-vii*], [i]-vi, 1-358, [i,jap.] 

6 [i-viii], 1-168, [i,jap.] 
6suppl. [i*],i-vi, [i]-i55 

7 [i-viii], 1-107, [i, jap.] 

8 [i-ix], 1-164, [i,jap.] 

9 [i-ix], 1-155J1 Jap.] 

10 [i*-vii*], [i]-iv, 1-335, [i Jap.] 
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2 [i-vii], [i]-40 1-2 10 Mai 1926 

3 [i, 2 err. slips, iii-vii], [i]-48 1-2 10 Apr 1927 

4 [i-v], [i]-28 1-4 10 Apr 1928 

5 [i-v],i-ii, [i]-47> [i,jap-] 1-3 10 Apr 1932 

Copies: MICH, MO, NY, U, US, USDA. 

Plates: uncol. liths. of drawings by M. Ebina (i, 2),F. Hayami (3-9), Y. Yamamoto (suppl. i- 

5) . The. preface material shows minor variations from copy to copy. The covers (which carry 

the t.p. text) have been included in the analyses. 
Ref.: Diels, Bot. Jahrb. 48 (Lit.): 10. 1912(1); 49(Lit.): 62. 1913(2); 51 (Lit.): 64. 1914(3). 

Krause, Bot. Jahrb. 56 (Lit.): 34. 1921(4-7), 57 (Lit.): 1922. 26(1-10). 

2500. Materials for a flora of Formosa supplementary notes to the Enumeratio plantarum 
formosarum and flora montana formosae, based on a study of the collections of the botanical 
survey of the government of Formosa, principally made at the Herbarium, of the Royal 
Botanic Gardens, Kew. Reprinted from the Journal of the College of Science, Imperial 
University of Tokyo, vol. xxx, article i. 191 1. Qu. {Mat.fl. Formosa). 

Publ.: 20 Jun 191 1 (back cover), p. [i, iii], [i]-47i, back cover. Copy: US (E. D. Merrill's 
copy, rd at Manilla 18 Aug 191 1). See MW p. 163 for further references. 

Hayden, Ferdinand Vanderveer ( 1829-1887), American geologist and explorer; leader 
of the "Hayden Survey" of the U.S. Geological Survey in the Rocky Mountains, and of the 
Western U.S. Expedition (1871-1873); professor of mineralogy Univ. Pennsylvania 1856- 
1872; L.L.D.h.c. Univ. Rochester 1876, id. h.c. Univ. Penn. 1886, "the-man-who-picks-up- 
stones-running" (Sioux name). [Hayden). 

HERBARIUM and types: US; geol. coll. at PH.; further herbarium material at MO and PH. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : i43;BM 2: 804-805; CSP3: 237-238, 7: 927, 10: 

167, 12:318, 15: 698 (q.v. for many biogr. refs.) ; DAB (byG. P. Merrill); IH 2: 262; Jackson 

p. 189, 190, 358,498; Kew 2: 613; LS 1 155 1 ; ME i: 193, 3: 593 [index]; Merrill p. 585-606, 

699, 723,/)/. J/; Pennell p. 609; Quenstedt p. 192; Rehder 5: 374; SK 4: clxxxv; Tucker i : 

327; Urban-Berl. p. 354. 

Allison, Univ. Colorado Studies 6: 63. 1908. 

Anon., Amer. Natural. 21:1 134-1 135. 1887; Quart. J. Geol. Soc. London 44: 52-53. 1888; 

Nature 38: 325-326. 1888. 
Blankinship, J. W., Mont. Agric. Coll. Sci. Stud. 1(1): 7, 20. 1905. 
Clarke, J. M., James Hall of Albany 244, 341, 346, 472. 1923. 
Cope, Amer. Geologist 1(2): 1 10- 113. 1888. 
Embacher, F., Lexik. Reisen 142. 1882. 

Ewan, J., Rocky Mountain Nat. 225. 1950; Short hist. bot. U.S. 92. 1969. 
Kelly, H. A. and W. L. Burrage, Amer. med. biogr. 506-507. 1920 (graduated at Albany 

medical college in 1853, but never practiced medicine). 
Lesley, Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. 25: 59-61. 1888. 

Pax, F., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Karpathen 2: 275. 1908 (Veg. Erde 10). 
Peale, Bull. Philos. Soc. Washington 11: 476-478. 1892. 
Reveal and Hafen, in Hafen et al.. Western America ed. 3, 391-392. 1970. 
Reveal, J., in A. Cronquist et al., Intermountain flora i : 56. 1972. 
Richardson, Trans. Edinburgh geol. Soc. 5(4): 532-533. 1888. 

Rodgers, A. D., John Torrey 196, 257, 268. 1942; Amer. bot. 1873-1892, p. 329. 1944. 
Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(3): 334. i975- 
White, Biogr. Mem. Natl. Acad. Sci. 3: 397-413. 1895 (portr., bibl., main biography). 

COMPOSITE works: For palaeobotanical publications connected with the U.S. Geological 
Survey, see under Lesquereux. 

eponymy: Haydenia a. C. Seward (19 12) is dedicated to Henry Hubert Hayden (1869- 1923), 
British geologist and paleontologist, working in India. 

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Hayek, August (Edler) von (i 871 -1928), Austrian botanist and physician; dr. med. Wien 
1895; dr. phil. Wien 1905, from 191 2 at the Universitat Wien. {Hayek). 

HERBARIUM and types: GB (90.000) ; some types probably also in other herbaria from which 
Hayek used material. Exsiccatae: (i) Centaureae exsiccatae criticae (fasc. 1-4, 191 3-1924) sets at 
BM , C, G, GB, K, L, LAU, W. 

{2) Flora stiriaca exsiccata {{a.sc. 1-26, 1904-1912, nos. 1-129) sets at B, BM, G, GB, GH, GZU, 
KRAM, L, LAU, LE, MANCH, W. - For Schedae see no. 2502. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: AG 5(2): 134, 12(2): 39, 12(3) : 57; Backer p. 652; Barnhart 

2: i43;BFM889, 890, 1126, 1500, 2006; BJI 2: 7i;BM6: 444-445; CSP 15: 698-699; DTS 

i: 108,6(4): 148-150; GRp. 451 ; Hirschp. 116; Hortus3: 1 194 ("Hayek"); IH 2: 262; Kew 

2:613-614; KRp. 274; Langmanp. 354; LSsuppl. 10977; MWp. 165; Rehder 2: 288,305; 

TL-2/2571 ; Tucker i : 327; Urban-Berl. p. 354; Zander ed. ,10, p. 668. 

Adamovic, Vegetationsverh. Balkanlander 18. 1909 (Veg. Erde 11). 

Anon., J. Bot. 66: 244-245. 1928. 

Fritsch, Mitt. Naturw. Ver. Steiermark 64/65: xiii-xxii. 1929. 

Janchen, E. Richard Wettstein 184. 1933; Cat. fl. austr. i : 5, 7, 13, 21, 25, 27, 39, 44. 1956, 

888. i960 (bibl.). 
Tutin et al., Fl. eur. i : xxii, 404. 1964. 

Vierhapper, Verh. zool. bot. Ges., Wien 78: 1 36-151. 1928 (portr., bibl.). 
Wulff, E. v., Intr. hist. pi. geogr. 2, 208, 214. 1943. 

handwriting: Phyton 15: 266. 1974. 

2501. Die Centaurea-Arten Osterreich-Ungarm . . . Mit 1 2 Tafeln und 3 Textfiguren. Besonders 
abgedruckt aus dem Ixxii. Bande der Denkschriften der mathematisch-naturwissenschaft- 
lichen Classe der kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Wien (aus der kaiserhch- 
konighchen Hof- und Staatsdruckerei) 1901. Qu. (Centaurea Osterr.-Ung.). 

Publ: 1901 (Nat. Nov. Apr (i) 1902), p. [i], [i]-i89, j&/. 1-12, uncol. hths. by author, with 
text. Copy: M. - Reprinted from Denkschriften (see above). 

2502. Schedae adjioram stiriacum exsiccatam . . . Wien (Druck von OskarHensel) 1904-1912,26 
fasc. {Sched.fl. stiriac.). 

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Ref.: Widder et Teppner, Phyton 15: 267-269. 1974. 

2503. Flora von Steiermark eine systematische Bearbeitung der im Herzogtum Steiermark 
wildwachsenden oder im Grossen gebauten Farn- und Bliitenpflanzen nebst einer pflanzen- 
geografischen Schilderung des Landes mit Benutzung eines vom naturwissenschaftlichen 
Verein fiir Steiermark angelegten Standortskataloges bearbeitet von Dr. August von Hayek 
. . . Berlin (Verlag von Gebriider Borntraeger . . . ; 2(2) : Akademische Druck u. Verlags- 
anstalt, Graz) 1908- 1956. Oct. {Fl. Steiermark). 

Vol. i: 1908-191 1, p. [i-ii], [i]-i27i. 
Vol. 2{i): 1911-1914, p. [i-ii], [i]-87o. 
2{2): 15 Jul 1956, p. [i]-vi, [i]-i47. 

Copies: B, BR, G, HH, MO, NY (orig. covers), WU. 



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vol. pages dates vol. pages dates 

I 1-80 iJunigoS I 1121-1200 21 Dec 1910 

81-160 1 5 Jul 1908 1200-1271 isAprigii 

161-240 29Augi9o8 2(1) 1-80 15JUI1911 

241-320 10 Oct 1908 81-160 3 Nov 191 1 

321-400 14 Nov 1908 161-240 26Jan 1912 

401-480 30 Dec 1908 241-320 30 Mar 191 2 

481-560 20 Feb 1909 321-400 lyjun 1912 

561-640 20 Apr 1909 401-480 27 Nov 19 1 2 

641-720 i6Jun 1909 481-560 15 Mai 1913 

721-800 14 Aug 1909 561-640 20 Aug 1913 

801-880 18 Oct 1909 641-720 23jan 1914 

881-960 30 Dec 1909 721-800 31 Mai 1914 

961-1040 25 Mai 1910 801-870 I Dec 1914 

1041-1120 6Augi9io 2(2) 1-147 1 5 Jul 1956 

Ref.: Diels, F. L. E., Bot. Jahrb. 42 (Lit.): 11. 1908, 45 (Lit.): 23. 191 1, 46 (Lit.): 18. 1912. 
Lawalree, A., Nat. mos. 13(2/3): 50. i960. 

2504. Prodromus florae peninsulae Balcanicae, in Fedde, Rep. Sp. nov. Beihefte 30. Dahlem 
bei Berlin (Verlag des Repertoriums) 1924- 1933, 3 vols. Oct. 

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Copies: U; IDC 746. 

Editor vol. 3: Friedrich Markgraf (1897-x). 

Facsimile ed.: Koenigstein-Taunus (Otto Koeltz) 1970-1971, ISBN 3-87429-002-6. Copies: 

FAS, US. 
Re/.: Krause, Bot. Jahrb. 61 (Lit.): 103. 1928. 

Stearn, W. T., J. Soc. Bibl. nat. Hist, i : 1 17-1 19. 1937. 

Stafleu, F. A., Taxon 20: 365-366. 1971, 21: 196-197. 1972. 

Haynald, Stephan Franz Ludvvdg [Lajos], Cardinal (1816-1891), Hungarian botanist 
and clergyman, coadjutor, later bishop, of Siebenbiirgen ( 185 1 -1867); from 1867 arch- 
bishop of Kalocsa; cardinal from 1879. [Haynald). 

HERBARIUM and TYPES : BP (includes e.g. herb, von Heuffel, Schott, Kotschy and the Ecuador 
collections of P. Sodiro). Hayanald's botanical library is also at BP. 

Ref.: Knapp, Verh. zool.-bot. Ges. Wien 41 : 785-790. 1891 (biogr. incl. a list of collectors 
represented in his herb.). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 2( I ) : 32 1 , 4: 375, 5(2) : 685, 12(1): 276; Backer p. 256; 



HAYNALD 

Barnhart2: 144; Bossert p. 168; CSP 10: 169, 15: 700; DTS i : xx, 372; IH 2: 263;Jacksonp. 

7; Kew 2: 614; Rehder 5: 374; SK i : cxxix; TL-2/1920; Tucker i : 327-328. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1892: 47. 

Ascherson, Verh. bot. Ver. provinz Brandenburg 34: 1-lvi. 1893. 

C.R., Rev. mycol. 13: 206-207. 1891. 

Haeberlin, Leopoldina 27: 165-170, 180-184. 1891. 

Kanitz, A., Haynald Lajos bibornok mint botanikus. Pressburg (Bratislava) 1889, 15 p. 
(n.v., fide Nat. Nov. Dec 1889) ; Le cardinal Haynald archeveque de Kalocsa considere 
comme botaniste. Trad. E. Martens. Gand 1890, 45 p. (bibl.); Cardinal-Erzbischof Dr 
Ludwig Haynald als Botaniker, Budapest, 1890, 20 p. 

Lindemann, Bull. Soc. Natur. Moscou 59(1): 302. 1884. 

Pax, F., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Karpathen i: 24. 1898 (Veg. Erde 2(1)). 

Skofitz, Oesterr. bot. Z. 13: 1-7. 1863. 

Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 156, pi. 22. 1903 (portr.). 

eponymy: Hajnaldella Pantocsek (1892); Haynaldia Schulzer von Muggenburg (1866); 
Haynaldia Schur ( 1 866) ; Haynaldia Kanitz (1877); Haynaldia Pantocsek ( 1 889) ; x Haynaldo- 
ticum Ciferri & Giacomini (1950). 

2505. Ceratophyllum pentacanthum . . . Claudiopoli [Cluj] (Typ. heredumNic. K. Papp) 1881. 
Oct. 

PmR: Aug-Dec 1881 (p. 8: Jul 1881 ; Bot. Zeit. 30 Dec 1881 ; Nat. Nov. Jan(2) 1882; Flora 1 1 
Apr- 1 1 Mai 1882), p. [i]-8. Copy: G. - Reprinted from Mag. Nov. Lap. 5: 109-126. 1881. 
To be cited from journal. 

2506. Castanea vulgaris Lam. (C. vesca Gartn.). L Solum, in quo in Hungaria crescit. H. 
Licolatus ejus in Hungaria. Kalocsa (typis Malatin et Holmeyer typographorum archi- 
episcopalium) [1882]. Oct. [Castanea vulgaris) . 

Pm^/. : Jan-Feb 1882 (p. 16: 22 Sep 1881; Nat. Nov. Mar(i) 1882; Flora rd. 11 Mar- 11 Apr 
1882), p. [i]-i6. Copy: G. -No i is a reprint ofan article in Nuov. Giorn. bot. ital. 10: 229- 
235. 1878. 

Hayne, Friedrich Gottlob (i 763-1832), German botanist and pharmacist at Berlin. 

{Hayne). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown; some material at H. 
Ref.: Kukkonen, L, Herb. Christ. Steven 53. 1971. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: AG 3: 84; Backer p. 652; Barnhart 2: 144; BM 2: 805; 

Bossert p. 168; CSP 3: 240; Dryander 5: 77; Frank3(Anh.) : 42; Hortus3: 1 194 ("Hayne"); 

Kew 2: 614; Jackson p. 202; Langman p. 354; Lasegue p. 540; LS 1 1570; Moebius p. 397, 

398; MW p. 165; NAF 28B(2): 334; NI 815-818; Plesch p. 251-252; PR 3862-3864 (ed. 

4224-4228) ; Ratzeburg 231-235; Rehder 5: 374; TL-2/2214-2215, see F. Guimpel; Tucker 

1 : 328; Zander ed. 10, p. 668. 

Anon., Neuer Nekrolog der Deutschen 10: 319-331. 1832 {n.v.). 

Fischer-Benzon, R.J. D. von, in P. Prahl, Krit. Fl. Schleswig-Holstein 2: 23. 1890. 

Hamberger, Gelehrt. Teutschl. 9: 531-532, 11: 327, 18: 79, 22(2): 622-623. 

Helm, J., in Festschrift Glaus Nissen 361-362. 1973. 

Schmid, G., Chamisso als Naturforscher 168. 1942. 

Stafleu, F. A.,Regn. veg. 71 : 338. 1 970 ;i>z Daniels and Stafleu, Taxon22: 240. 1973 (portr.). 

Zaunick, in Miiller, R. H. W. & R. Zaunick, F. T. Kutzing, Aufzeichnungen und Erin- 

nerungen. 282. i960. 
Zuchold, E. A., Jahresb. nat. Ver. HaUe 5: 20. 1883. 

COMPOSITE works: (i), continued Guimpel, Abbild. deut. Holzart. 181 5-1820, TL 2/2214. 

(2) descriptions in Guimpel, Abbild. fremd. Holzart. 1825, TL 2/2215. 

(3) With J. F. P. Dreves, Choix de plantes d'Europe, 5 vols. 1802. 

eponymy: Haynea Willdenow (1803); Haynea H. C. F. Schumacher (1827). Note: The 
etymology oi Haynea H. G. L. Reichenbach (1828) could not be established. 



2507. Termini botanici iconibus illustrad oder botanische Kunstsprache durch Abbildungen 
erlautert von Friedrich Gottlob Hayne . . . mit einer Vorrede versehen von D. Carl Ludwig 
Willdenow . . . Berlin (bey Wilh. Oehmigke d. Jiingern) 1799-1812. 2 vols. Qu. [Term, bot.) 

Orig. issue: In 14 parts between 1799 and 181 2; contents and dates of parts incompletely 
known. 

Vol. r. 10 parts, 1 799- i8o4[ 1806], [i*-vi*], [i]-ii, [i]-i04,X- ^S^- (P- ii^ 3 Mar 1799). 
Vol. 2: 4 parts, 1807-1812, p. [i-iii], engr. t.p. 1807, 105-182, err. slip, /)/. 57-69. 
Copies: B (Heft i : [i*-vi*], [i]-ii, [i]-io,/)/. /-j), BR, G, L, James White (copy with Hefte 

I -9) , MO (see below) , NY, USDA. - A printed title and a newly engraved page for vol. 

I, dated 1807, were issued with Heft 1 1. 
Plates: handcol. copper engr. by Hayne and Friedrich Guimpel; engraved t.p.'s idem. 
Copy in orig. covers (Hefte i-io), MO. Heft covers partly undated, contents: 1(1-10,/)/. /-j), 

2(1 1-22, pi. 6-10), 3(23-30,/)/. 11-15), 4(31-42,/)/. 16-20), 5(lacking), 6, dated 1802(51- 

62, pi. 26-30), 7, dated 1802 (63-70,/)/. J/-55), 8, dated 1803(71-82,/)/. j6"-^o), g, dated 

1803(79-90,/)/. 41-45), 10, dated 1804(89-101,/)/. 46-50). 
Reissue: 1817, Berlin (NeueSocietats-Verlag-Buchhandlung),n.v.,seeSothebyno. 326 (with 
repr. of t.p.). 

2508. Getreue Darstellung und Beschreibung der in der Arzneykunde gebrduchlichen Gewdchse, wie 
auch solcher, welche mit ihnen verwechselt werden konnen. Berlin [imprints see below], 
1805-1846. Qu. 14 Bande in 8 Volumes. {Getreue Darstell. Gew.). 

Publ.: each Band (exceptBd. 14) contains 48 (Bd. 14: 24) beautifully coloured plates showing 
only one species (mostly phanerogams; some cryptogams in Bd. 5, 6, 8). In each Band the 
plates are numbered 1-48 (Bd. 14: 1-24). Each plate is accompanied by a text-leaf, 
numbered in each Band (i)-(48) (Bd. 14: (i)-(24) (recto; verso not numbered). Each 
Volume (except 7 and 8) contains a combined register to both Bande in that Volume. 
Band 13 contains a "Vorwort" by Emilie Hayne-Fischer, dated "Berlin, im Marz 1838", 
and a "General-Register" for Bd. 1-13. The volumes were published in Hefte, possibly 6 
per vol. 

Title of-SflWflf 75: "Dr. Friedrich Gottlob Hayne's, . . . Getreue Darstellung . . . verwech- 
selt werden konnen, fortgesetzt von Dr. J. F.Brandt, . . . undDr.J.T. C. Ratzeburg, . . ." 
Band 14 : no general title page seen ; title on title page of wrapper of Heft 2 is the same as title 
of Band 13, except: "fortgesetzt von Dr. J. F. Klotzsch, ..." 



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Plates: 648 hand-coloured plates (copper engr. except those of vol. 14 (1-24) which are 

lithographed) of drawings by F. Guimpel and others (see NI). 
Ref.: Sotheby no. 325 (collation; sold at £ 2.400). 



113 



2509' Dendrologische Flora oder Beschreibung der in Deutschland im Freien ausdauernden 
Holzgewachse. Ein Handbuch fiir Kameralisten, Forstmanner, Landwirthe, Gartenbesitzer 
u.s.w. . . . Berlin (C. G. Flittnersche Buchhandlung) 1822. Oct. {Dendrol. FL). 
Publ.: Mai-Dec 1822 (p. iv: 25 Apr 1822), p. [ii*-iii + ], [i]-xl, [i]-245, i pi. Copies: B, G, M, 

NY, USDA - Alternative t.p. [p. ii*] ; "Dendrologische Flora der Umgegend und der 

Garten Berlins." (only t.p. in copy M). 

Haynes, Carolyn Coventry (i 858-1 951), American hepaticologist at New York. [Hay- 



HERBARiuM and types: NY (the original herbarium of M. A. Howe); material at BM, FH, 
MICH, W. Exsiccatae: American hepaticae, dec. 1-12, nos. 1-120, Highlands, N.J. 1908-1913. 
Sets at BM, DBN, FH, G, NY. 
Ref.: O.E.J. , Bryologist 19(5): 79. 1916. 

Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(2): 211-212. 1971; Bryologist 80 : 509. 1978. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 144; IH 2: 263; Kew 2: 614; SBC p. 122 

("Haynes"); TL-2/781. 

Anon., J. New York Bot. Gard. 9: 67. 1908, 12: 130-131. 191 1. 

Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 567. 1963. 

Rickett, H. W., Index Bull. Torrey bot. CI. 45. 1955. 

Schuster, R. M., Hep. Anthoc. N. Amer. i: 52 1966 (bibl.). 

COMPOSITE works: NAF, Sphaerocarpales (with M. A. Howe), 14(1): 2-8, 19 Jan 1923 (TL- 
2/781). 

Hayward, Ida Margaret (1872- 1949), British botanist residing at Galashiels in Scotland; 
student of the adventive flora of the Tweed area. {Hayw.). 

HERBARIUM and types: E; further material at BM, CGE and OXF. 
Ref.: Kent, D. H., Brit, herbaria 59. 1957. 

Hedge, I. G. and J. Lamond, Index coll. Edinburgh herb. 89. 1970. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : AG 5 ( I ) : 935 ; Barnhart 2 : 1 44 ; BL 2:311, 666 ; BM 6 : 445 ; 

Clokie p. 180; CSP 15: 701 ; Desmond p. 297; IH 2: 263; Kew 2: 615. 

Lousley, Watsonia 1(5): 324-325. 1950. 

Smith, Proc. Linn. Soc. London 162(1): 105-106. 1950. 

2509a. The adventive flora of Tweedside. Arbroath (T. Bunckle & Co.) 1919. Oct. {Advent, fl. 

Tweedside) . 

Co-author: George Claridge Druce (1850-1932). 

Publ.: Aug-Dec 1919 (preface: Jul 1919; J. Bot. Apr 1920), p. [i]-xxxii, [i]-296. Copy: G. 

Hazslinszky von Hazslin, Friedrich August (Frigyes Agost) ( 1818-1896), Hungarian 
cryptogamic botanist; high school teacher at Eperies. (HazsL). 

HERBARIUM and types:BP (hchen herb.) . Other material at B, BP, F, FI, IBF, L, POP, SAM, 
UPS, W, WAG. 

Ref: Verseghy, K., Feddes Repert. 68: 107. 1963. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 12(3) : 605; Barnhart 2: 144; BM 2: 805-806; Bossert p. 
168; CSP 3: 241, 7: 929, 10: 169, 12: 319, 15: 705; De Toni i: Ixii, 2: Ixiii-lxvi; Frank 
3(Anh.): 42; GR p. 6^1, pi. [24], cat. p. 64 ("Hazsl."); IH 2: 263; Jackson p. 267; Kanitz 
215; Kew 2:61 5-6 16; LS II 575- II 625, 34298-34305 ; NAF 1(1): 1 60, 7(15): 1 067 ; Nord- 
stedt suppl. p. 8; Plesch p. 252; PR (s.n.); Quenstedt p. 193; Rehder 5: 375; SBC p. 122 
("Haszl."); Stevenson p. 1244 ("Hazsl."); Tucker i: 328; Urban-Berl. p. 276-287, 301. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1897: 47; Preslia 48(3): 215. 1976 (biogr. note). 
Kalchbrenner, Osterr. bot. Z. 22(1): 1-7. 1872 (bibl., portr.). 

Magocsy-Dietz, Berichte aus Ungarn 16: 361-369. 1898; Potfiiz. Termesz. Kozl. 31(2): 49- 
64. 1899 (n.v., fide Pilat); Magy. tudoman. Akad. 9(10): 259-287. 1899 (LS). 

114 



Pax, F., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Karpathen i : 22, 28, 29, 31, 32, 38, 45, 47, 48, 52, 55, 59. 

1898 (Veg. Erde 2(1)). 
Pilat, Ceska Mykol. 22(2): 152-154. 1968 (portr.; comm. 150th birthday). 
Richter, Naturwiss. Rundschau 12: 155-156. 1897 (fide LS). 
Staub, Foldtani Kozl. 27: 69-71. 1897 (fide LS). 
Szweykowski, J., Prodr. fl. hepat. Polon. 561. 1958. 

Ubrizsy, Bot. Kozlem. 55(3): 145-148. 1968 (portr.; comm. 1 50th birthday) . 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 156. 1903, 3(3): 170,/)/. 122. 1905 (portr.). 

eponymy: Hazslinszkya G. W. Korber (1861). 

2510. A magyar birodalom zuzmo-flordja. A kir. magyar termeszettudomanyi tarsulat megbiza- 
sabol . . . Budapest (Kiadja a k.m. termeszettudomanyi tarsulat) 1884. Oct. 

Publ.: Feb-Apr 1884 (P- "i: Feb 1884; J. Bot. Jul 1884; Hedwigia Apr 1884; Nat. Nov. 
Mai(2) 1884; Bot. Zeit. 25 Jul 1884), cover, p. [i]-viii, [i]-304. Copies: FH, HBG, NY, 
USDA. - Lichen flora of Hungary. 

2511. A magyar birodalom moh-flordja. A k.m. termeszettudomany tarsulat megbizasabol . . . 
Budapest (Kiadja a k.m. termeszettudomanyi tarsulat) 1885. Oct. 

Publ: 1885 (p.viii:4Mai 1885), cover, p. [i]-viii, [i]-28o. Co/^ze^: NY, USDA. -Moss flora of 
Hungary. 

2512. Magyarorszdg s tdrsorszdgainak Sphaeridi [Die Spharien Ungarns und seiner Nebenlan- 
der] Budapest 1892. 

Publ.: 1892 (Nat. Nov. Jan 1893), p. [i]-333,/'/. 1-15, uncol. Hths. Copies: NY, Stevenson. - 
Math. Termt. Kozlem. 25: 65-397. 1894. 

2513. Magyarhon es tdsorszdgainak husos gombdi . . . Budapest (Kiadja a Magyar tudomanyos 
Akademia) 1895. Oct. 

Publ.: 1895, p. [i]-2i6, pi 7-5 (uncol., auct.). Copy: FH. - Reprinted from Math. Termt. 
Kozlem. 26: 155-370. 1895. - "Hymenomycetes of Hungary and of the lands of the 
Hungarian Kingdom." 

Hebenstreit, Johann Christian (1720-1795), German botanist; educated at Leipzig; 
from 1 749- 1 75 1, 1 755- 1 76 1 at St. Petersburg; from 1 751 -1754 in the Ukraine; from 1761 at 
Leipzig. {Hebenstr.). 

HERBARIUM and types: LE; other material at OXF. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 145; Bret. p. 49; Clokie p. 180; Dryander 2: 39, 

3: 81, 251, 297, 609; IH 2: 263; Laseguep. 335, 440, 504; Lipschitz 2: 235; MW p. 165; PR 

(alph.) ; Rehder 5: 375; TR 516-517. 

Grosse, Mitt. Landesver. sachs. Heimatschutz 10 [7 p.]. 192 1. 

Hulth, J. M., Bref Skrifv. Linne I (8) : 195. 1922, 2(2) : 27, 28, 51, 214. 1943. 

Jourdan, Diet. Sci. med. 5: 106-107. 1822. 

Stafleu, F. A., Linnaeus and the Linnaeans 242. 1971. 

note: Hebenstreit published two papers in the Nov. Comm. Acad. Sci. Petrop. 5: 319-329 and 
330-337.1760, a volume for which no further precise date can be provided (see Rothmaler, 
Rep. spec, nov., 53(1): 23. 1944); the same holds for his PL rar. descr. compL, in the same 
journal 8: 315-338. 1763. 

eponymy: Hebenstreitia Linnaeus (1774, orth. var.); Hebenstretia Linnaeus (1753). 

Hechel, Wilhelm (x-1905). Northern German botanist; high school teacher at Friedrichs- 
roda; founding member of the Bot. Ver. Brandenburg (1859). {Hechel). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 146; CSP 7: 932. 

115 



Anon., Verb. bot. Ver. Brandenburg 47: Ixix. 1905 (1906). 

Geheeb, A., Rev. bryol. 6(3) : 47. 1879. 

Szafer, W., Concise hist. bot. Cracow 112, 113, 114, 126, 128. 1969. 

2514. Ueber das Vorkommen von Equisetum hiemale L. b, Schleicheri Milde = paleaceum 
Schleicher bei Brandenburg an der Havel . . . Brandenburg a.d. H. (J. Wiesike's Buchdru- 
ckerei) 1876. Oct. {Vorkomm. Equis. hiem.). 

Publ.: Apr 1876 (p. 8: 22 Mar 1876; Hedwigia Mai 1976), p. 1-8, / uncol. Hth. by A. Kopke. 
Copy: MO. - Reprinted from Programm der hoheren Tochterschule zu Brandenburg a.d. 
H. Ostern [Easter] 1876. 

Meckel, Edouard Marie ( 1 843- 1 9 1 6) , French naval apothecary and botanist; Dr. sci. nat. 
Montpellier 1875; from 1877 professor of botany and (founder and) director of the botanic 
garden at Marseille, (//ec^e/). 

HERBARIUM and types: MARS(?), W. 

note: Heckeldiedon2i Jan I9i6at Marseille, fide Rev. gen. bot. 28: 224; however Cavillier 
(1941) gives 22 Jan 1916, Chevallier (1916) 22 Jan 1915 andjumelle (1915,1.6. 191 6) 20 Feb 
191 6. The eloge byjumelle, in H's own journal, is perhaps more likely to be correct than the 
other sources because of the author's narrow acquaintance with the deceased. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Backer p. 652; Barnhart 2: 146; BL i : 97, 229, 251, 300 ;BM 
2: 807-808; CSP 7: 932; 10: 172-174, 12: 320, 15: 711-713; De Toni i: Ixii; IH 2: 264; 
Jackson p. 96; Kew 2: 618-619; Langmanp. 354; LS 1 1660-1 1664; Moebiusp. 328; MWp. 
165; Rehder 5: 375-376; TL-2/1600; Tucker i : 328-329; Zander ed. 10, p. 668. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1916: 127; Bull. Soc. bot. France 63: 27. 1916; Le Jardin 30: 19. 1916 

(portr.); Torreya 16(4) : loi. 19 16; Rev. gen. Bot. 28: 224. 1916. 
Cavillier, F. G., Boissiera 5: 53. 1941. 

Chevalier, A.J. B., Bull. Soc. natl. Acclim. France 5: [1-7, pages reprint]. Mai 1916 (portr.). 
Dangeard, P.J. L., Bull. Soc. bot. France 65: 27. 1918. 
Granier, L., Rev. hortic. 721: 143-144. 1917. 
Merrill, E. D., Contr. natl. Herb. U.S. 30(1): 145-146. 1947. 
Jumelle, Ann. Mus. colon. Marseille ser. 3. 3: v-xiii. 1915 (bibl.; portr.). 

composite works: (i) Annales de I'institiit botanico-geologique colonial (afterwards Institut 
Colonial) de Marseille, publiees sous la direction de . . . E. Heckel, vol. 1-9, 1893- 1902, later 
Annales du Musee colonial de Marseille, vols. 10-23. 1903-1916. 
(2) Revue des Sciences naturelles, public sous la direction de . . . E. Heckel, vol. i, 1872/73. 

eponymy: Heckeldora L. Pierre (1897); Heckelia K. M. Schumann (1905). 

2515. Etude au point de vue botanique et therapeutique sur le Fontainea pancheri (nobis). 
These presentee et publiquement soutenue a la Faculte de Medecine de Montpellier le ler 
aout 1870 par Edouard Heckel . . . Montpellier (Boehm & Fils, . . .) 1870. Qu. {Fontainea 
pancheri) . 

Publ.: I Aug 1870, p. [i]-viii, [9]-65, [66, fist], [i, serment], 2 pi, uncol. liths. Copies: G, 
USDA. - See J. Pharm. Chim. ser. 4. 16: 44-48. 1872. 

2516. Etude monographique de la famille des Globularie'es au point de vue botanique, 
chimique & therapeutique . . . Essai de classification histotaxique accompagne de cinq 
planches hthographiees et de figures gravees dans le texte. Extrait des Bulletins de la Societe 
scientifique Flammarion annees 1888, 1889 et 1890. Paris (G. Masson) 1890. Oct. (Globu- 
larie'es) . 

Co-authors: Charles Frederic Schlagdenhauffen ( 1 830-1 907) ; Joseph Moursou (1846-?). 

Publ.: i89o[?] or early 1894 (p. iii: 15 Sep 1889; Nat. Nov. Mar 1894; Bot. Zeit. 16 Nov 
1895), P- [i-iii], A-Z, AA-ZZ, AAA-ZZZ, AAAA-EEEE, [i]-36, [i]-lxv, [i,cont.], pi. 1-6, 
uncol. hths. by A. Taxis (/), and author {2-6). Copies: BR, G, MO (cover dated 1894, t.p. 
1890). - Ann. Fac. Sci. Marseille 3, 1893 (1894), suppl. We have no proof that the book 
was indeed published in 1890. The original cover has "1894" and the contemporary 

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receipts are also 1 894 or later. - We have seen only the first part of the original publication 
in the Bull. Soc. sci. Flammarion 5; 53-73. 1890. For this part the date 1890 must stand 
(copy at MO). 

2517. Sur le Dadi-Go ou Balancounfa (Ceranthera Beaumetzi Ed. Hkel) plante nouvelle 
cleistogame et distopique, usitee comme taenifiage sur la cote occidentale de I'Afi-ique 
tropicale. (Planche i, ii et iii) . Marseille (Typographic et lithographic Barlatier et Barthelet) 
1 89 1. Qu. {Dadi-Go). 

Publ.: 1890, p. [i]-30, /)/. 1-2- Copy: G. -Ann. Fac. Sci. Marseille i: 19-46. 1891 (1892). 

2518. Les kolas africains monographic botanique chimique, therapeutique & pharmacoli- 
gique (emploi strategique et alimentaire: commerce) . . . (avec figures intercalees dans le 
texte, planches en noir et une chromolithographic). Paris (Societe d'editions scientifiques) 
1893. Oct. {Kolas afr.). 

Publ.: Mar-Jun 1893 (P- ^O- 25 Feb 1893; Nat. Nov. Jul 1893; cover of MO copy: "regu le 
20juillet"). p. [i-iv], [g]-^o6, pi. 1-3 (hths.). Copies: MICH, MO, USDA. 

2519. Les plantes medicinales et toxiques de la Guyane frangaise (catalogue raisonne et alphabe- 
tique). Macon (Protat freres, imprimeurs) 1897. Oct. {PL mid. Quyanejrang.). 
PwW.iJan-Feb 1897 (p. 13: Jul 1896; Nat. Nov. Mar(2) 1897; Bot. Zeit. i Jul 1897), p. [i]- 

93. Copies: MO, USDA. - Also issued as Ann. Mus. colon. Marseille 4: 67-159. 1898. 

2520. Produits naturels des colonies et cultures tropicales publication sous la direction du 
professeur Dr Heckel. Les graines grasses nouvelles ou peu connues des colonies frangaises. 
Paris (Augustin Challamel) 1902. Oct. {Graines grasses) . 

Publ.: Dec 1901 (t.p. 1902; p. iv: 3oJul 1901 ; Nat. Nov. Dec(2) 1901), p. [i*-v*], [i]-iv, [i]- 
185, [i, cont.]. Copies: MO, USDA. 

2521. Les plantes utiles de Madagascar (Catalogue alphabetique et raisonne) . . . Marseille 
(Institut colonial . . .), Paris (Augustin Challamel, . . .) 1910. Oct. {PI. util. Madagascar) . 
Publ.: Feb-Oct 1910 (p. 14: 30 Dec 1909; Nat. Nov. Nov(i) 1910), p. [i]-372,^^. i-ys. Copy: 

USDA. -Ann. Mus. colon. Marseille 18: 5-372. 1910. 

2522. Les plantes utiles de Nouvelle-Caledonie Nouvelles observations sur ces plantes avec 
planches en noir et en couleur hors texte et dans le texte . . . Marseille (Institut colonial, 
. . .), Paris (Augustin Challamel, . . .) 1913. Oct. {PI. util. Nouv.-Caled.). 

Pm3/. : Jan-Jul 191 3 (Nat. Nov. Aug (i) 191 3) cover, p. [5]-93,/^. 1-6, pi. i-2j, sjbis, 24-38 
(uncol. liths. by Jeanneneau, i col.). Copy: USDA. 

Hecker, Johann Julius (1707-1768), German botanist; high school teacher and Ober- 
Consistorialrath at Berlin {Hecker). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : 1 46 ; BM 2 : 808 ; Dryander 3 : 1 8 ; Jackson p. 302 ; 
Kew 2: 619; Moebius p. 422, 426; NI 824-825; PR 3875-76 (ed. i: 4248-4250); Rehder 5: 

376- 

Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 128-129. 1903. 

EPONYMY : Heckeria Rafinesque ( 1 838) might be dedicated to him, but Heckeria Kunth ( 1 840) 
commemorates Justus Friedrich Carl Hecker (1795- 1850), German physician and botanist. 

2523. Flora berolinensis: Das ist, Abdruck der Krauter und Blumen nach der besten Abzeich- 
nung der Natur, zur Beforderung der Erkenntnis des Pflanzen-Reiches veranstaltet von der 
Real-Schule in BerUn. Centuria I (-III). Berlin (Real-Schul-Buchhandlung) 1 757- 1758. 
Fol. {Fl. beroL). 

Cent, i: 1757 (NZgS: 14 Jul 1757), p. [i], 100 pi, [1-4, index]. 
Cent. 2: 1757 (NZgS: 14JUI 1757), p. [i], 100 pi. 
Cent. 3: 1758 (t.p.), p. [i], 100 pi., [1-4, index]. 

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Copies: NY (Cent. 1-3, indexes incompl.), USDA (Cent. 1-3), for further copies see Fischer. 
Cent. r. reissued 1758 (see Fischer). Plates: nature printed, partly in colour. 
The Flora was preceded by a Specimen florae berolinensis of 1742 (n.v.), see Fischer no. 10. 
Ref.: E. Fischer, Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1933: 200 (no. 11). 

Hector, Sir James (1834- 1907), Scottish geologist and naturahst; educated at Edinburgh; 
on the Palliser Exploring Expedition to British N. America (1857- 1860) ; to New Zealand 
1861 ; director of the botanical garden at Wellington, N.Z. (1866-1903) ; of the Geological 
Survey of New Zealand (1865-1903). [Hector). 

HERBARIUM and types: Material at BM, K, MEL, OXF, WELT. Letters at K. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Andrews p. 276; Backer p. 257; Barnhart 2: 146; BB p. 144; 

BM 2: 808, 6: 446; Clokie p. 180; CSP 3: 246, 7: 932-933, 10: 174-175, 12: 320, 15: 714; 

Desmond p. 298; DNBsuppl. 2.2: 236-237; IH 2: 264; Jackson p. 366; Kew 2:619; Rehder 

5: 376; Tucker i : 329. 

A.D., Proc. Linn. Soc. London 120: 50. 1908. 

Anon., Trans. Proc. Bot. Soc. Edinburgh 23(4) : 368-371. 1908; Trans. Proc. N.Z. Inst. 40: 

543-544- 1907- 
Cheeseman, T. F., Manual New Zeal. fl. xxviii-ix. 1906. 
Ewan, L, Rocky Mt. Naturalists 226. 1950. 
Glenn, R., Bot. Explorers New Zealand 1 1 1-127. 1950 (portr.). 
Hector, J., Trans, bot. Soc, Edinburgh 6: 80-82. i860 (report from Fort Edmonton, 

Saskatchewan) . 
Howe, J. A., Enc. brit. ed. 1 1. 15: 569. 191 1. 
Mennell, Diet. Austral, biogr. 225. 1892. 
Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 567. 1963. 

eponymy: Hectorella]. D. Hooker (1864). 

Hedgcock, George Grant (1864-1946), American forest mycologist-pathologist; Ph. D. 
Washington Univ. 1906; at the University of Nebraska 1 895-1 901, at USDA Lincoln 
Nebraska 1901-1 902; from 1902- 1907 at the Mississippi Valley laboratory, St. Louis; later at 
the office of forest pathology, Washington, D.C. (Hedge). 

HERBARIUM and types: BPI and MO; duphcates at BM, K, MO, NY, WTU. 
Ref.: Stevenson, J., Taxon4(8): 183. 1955. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Ainsworth p. 138, 324; Barnhart 2: 147; BM 2: 809; Bossert 
p. 169; CSP 15: 715; Hawksworth p. 183; Hirsch p. 1 17; IH 2: 264; Langman p. 354; LS 
11666-11667, 34339-34355) suppl. 1 1069-1 1 100; NAF 7(15): 1067; Pennell p. 609; Steven- 
son p. 1244; Tucker i : 329. 
Anon., J. New York Bot. Gard. 12: 131. 1911. 
Ewan, J., Rocky Mountain Naturalists 226. 1950. 
Hesler, L. R., Biogr. sketches Amer. mycol. 1975 mss. 
Murrill, W. A., Hist, found, bot. Florida 36. 1945. 

Shope, Mycologia 21: 295, 296. 1929 (mycol. coll. in Colorado 1 909-1 921). 
Spaulding, J. Forestry 44(12): 1090-1091. 1946; Phytopathology 37(9): 603-608. 1947 

(selected bibl.; portr.). 
Stevenson, J., Mycologia 39: 131-132. 1947. 

Hedlund, Johan Teodor (1861-1953), Swedish botanist; studied at Uppsala under T. M. 
Fries; from 1904 lector, later (191 7) professor of botany and zoology at the agricultural 
college of Alnarp. [Hedi). 

HERBARIUM and types: S. - Issued Lichenes exsiccati (sets at KIEL, LD, WA). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2 : 147; BJI 2: 71 ; BM 2: 809; Bossert p. 169; DTS 
4: xlv, 6(4): 150; GR p. 476,/*/. \j8], cat. p. 64 ("Hedl."); Hirsch p. 117; Hortus 3: 1194 
("Hedl.") ; IH 2 : 264; Kew 2 : 623 ; Kleppa p. 56, 216, 222 ; KR p. 277-278; LS 1 168 1 , 34356- 

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34361, suppl. 11103-11106; Moebiusp. 113; MWp. 165; SBC p. 122 ("Hedl.") ; Zander ed. 

10, p. 668. 

Anon., Generalregister Bot. Not. 1839-1938: 31, 98. 1939. 

Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 41. 1903. 

2524. Kritische Bemerkungen liber einige Arten der Flechtengattungen Lecanora (Ach.) , Lecidea 
(Ach.) und Micarea (Fr.) Stockholm (Kungl. Boktryckeriet P. A. Norstedt & Soner) 1892. 
Oct. [Krit. Bemerk. Lecanora). 

Publ: 25 Mai 1892 (submitted 9 Jvlar 1892; Nat. Nov. Apr (2) 1893), p. [i]-io4,j&/. / (uncol. 
lith. author). Copies: G, U. - Bihang K. Sv. Vet. Akad. Handl. i8(Afd. 3) (3). 1892. 
Thesis-issue: "Inaugural-Dissertation zur Erlangung der Doktorwiirde . . . zu Uppsala . . . 
25 maj 1892." p. [i-ii], [i]-i04, pi. i (n.v., fide KR.). 

Hedrick, Joyce (Mrs Volney Kurt Jones) ( 1897-x), American hchenologist at Ann Arbor. 

{J. Hedrick). 

HERBARIUM and types: MICH. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : 147; OR cat p. 64 ("Hedr."); IH2: 264;Kew2: 
623; Lenley p. 216; LS suppl. 11107; Roon p. 50; SBC p. 122 ("Hedr."); TL-2/1780. 
Ewan, J. et al., Short hist. bot. U.S. 95. 1969. 

Hedwig, Johann (1730- 1799), German bryologist, born in Kronstadt (Brasso, hist. 
Hungary); Dr. med. Leipzig 1759; physician at Chemnitz (i 762-1 781), later at Leipzig; 
ultimately professor of botany and director of the botanic garden at Leipzig. [Hedw.). 

HERBARIUM and types: G. -Johan Hedwig's herbarium went, after his death, to his son R. A. 
Hedwig. In 1810 Schwagrichen bought the Hedwig moss herbarium. The Hedwig-Schwag- 
richen herbarium was sold by auction and came to the hands ofj. E. Duby, after whose death 
the collections were again put up for sale. Duby's exotic mosses and some of the European 
collections went to William Barbey for the Boissier herbarium ( 1 886) together with what was 
then already called the Schwagrichen-Hedwig type herbarium. This herbarium was trans- 
ferred to the general collection of G in 1958. In addition, A. P. de CandoUe had acquired 
duplicates of musci directly from Hedwig. These are also at G. The other European mosses of 
Duby went to L. Motelay at Bordeaux. Their present location is unknown. 
Ref.: Briquet, Bull. Soc. bot. Suisse 50a: 214-215. 1940. 

Duby, Rev. bryol. 1(4): 50. 1874. 

Florschiitz, P. A., Introduction to Hedwig's Species muscorum, mfacsimile ed. Weinheim 
i960, pp. xviii-xix. 

Barbey, W., List of collections bought from Mme Duby in 1886 (mss. Geneve). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: ADB II : 230-231 ; Ainsworth p. 62,66, 68, 3 1 2 ; Barnhart 2 : 
148; BM 2: 809-810; Bossert p. 169; DTS i : 108; Dawson p. 404-405, 937 [index]; DSB6: 
218-220 (bibl.); Frank 3(Anh.): 42; GR p. 4.33, pL [22], cat. p. 64; Hortus 3: 1194 ("J. 
Hedw."); IF p. 702; Jackson p. 148, 150, 153, 192; Kanitz no. 68; Kew 2: 624; Lenley p. 
216; LS 11683-11687; MD p. 139-144; Moebius p. 163, 451; NAF 1(1): 160, ser. 2. 3: 36; 
NDB8: i9i-i92;NI 826-832; Pleschp. 252-253; PR 3878-3885 (ed. i : 4255-4262); Rehder 
5: 376; SBC p. 122 ("Hedw."); SO 692, 693, add. 719a, 761 ; Stevenson p. 1244; TL-2/350. 
Anon., Neue Schr. Ges. naturf Freunde Berlin 2: 440-449. 1799; Proc. Linn. Soc. London 

1888/90:36. 1 89 1. 
Candolle, A. P. de, Memoires et souvenirs 142. 1862. 
Cuvier, G., Diet. Sci. nat. 61 : 163-164. 1845. 
Darhngton, W., Reliq. Baldw. 181. 1843. 
Deleuze, Ueber das Leben und die Werke Gaertner's und Hedwig's. Stuttgart 1805 (n.v., 

fide PR ed. i, p. 357). 
Dorfler, I., Botaniker-Portrats 3/4: 33. 1907. 
Eriksson, G.^ Bot. hist. Sverige 326, 329. 1969. 
Ewan, J. et al.. Short hist. bot. U.S. 89, 90. 1969. 

Gyorffy, Rev. bryol. ser. 2. 3(4): 161-165. 1930 (portr.; birthdate 10 Dec 1730). 
Jourdan, Diet. Sci. med. 5: 121-125. 1822 (bibl.). 

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Liitjeharms, W. J., Gesch. Mykol. 241-242, 257 [index]. 1936. 

Meusel, Lex. teut. Schriftst. 5: 279-282. 1805. 

Milner, J. D., Cat. portr. Kew 59. 1906. 

Rodgers, A. D., William Starling Sullivant 135, 149, 151, 164. 1940. 

Sayre, Huitieme Congr. int. Bot. paris 1954, Rapp. Comm. sect. 14, 15 et 16: 108-1 13. 1954 

(on choice of Hedwig's Species (1801) as starting point for musci). 
Schwaegrichen, C. F., in Hedwig, J., Sp. muse, frond. 318-327. i&oi (bibl.). 
Stafleu, F. A., in].}. H. de Labillardiere, Nov. HoU. pi. spec, facs. ed. xxxiv-xxxv. 1966; 

Linnaeus and the Linnaeans 253-255. 197 1. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 129. 1903, 3(3): xx, 137, j&/. 28. 1905 (portr.). 

EPONYMY (genera) : Hedwigia O. Swartz ( 1 788, nom. rej.) ; Hedwigia Medikus ( 1 790, mm. rej.) ; 
Hedwigia Palisot de Beauvois (1804, nom. cons.); Hedwigidium Bruch & W. P. Schimper 
(1846); (journals): Hedwigia. Ein Notizblatt fiir kryptogamische Studien. Dresden. Vol. i- 
82. 1852-1944; Nova Hedwigia. Zeitschrift fiir Kryptogamenkunde. Weinheim. Vol. i-x. 
1959-x; Beihefte zur Nova Hedwigia. Weinheim. Vol. i-x. 1962-x. 

2525. D. loannis Hedwigii, Fundamentum historiae naturalis muscorum frondosorum concernens 
eorum flores, fructus, seminalem propagationem adjecta generum dispositione methodica, 
iconibus illustratis . . . Lipsiae [Leipzig] (Apud Siegfried Lebrecht Crusium) 1782, 2 vols. 
Qu. {Fund. hist. nat. muse, frond.). 

Pars r. 1782 (NZgS 7 Nov 1782), p. [i]-xxiii, [xxix], [i]-ii2,j&/. i-io. 

Pars 2: 1782 (p. xi:9Nov 1782), p. [i]-xi, [xii, cont.], [i]-io7, [108, err.],/>/. i-io. 

Copies: G, MICH, MO, X, U, US, USDA; IDC 6203. -The plates are handcoloured copper 

engr. of drawings by J. Hedwig (uncoloured copies occur) ; the colouring was done by the 

engraver, the Leipzig artist J. S. Capieux. 

Ref.: Sotheby 329 (collation). 

2526. Theoria generationis etfructijicationis plantarum cryptogamicarum Linnaei mere propriis 
observationibus et experimentis superstructa; dissertatio quae praemio ab Academia im- 
periali Petropolitana pro anno 1783 proposito ornata est; auctore Joanne Hedwig . . . 
Petropoli [St. Petersburg] (Typis Academiae imper. scientiarum) 1784. Qu. [Theoria gene- 
rat.). 

Ed. i: 1784, p. [i]-i64, [2, err.],/)/, i-xxxvii, handcol. copper engr. by author. Copies: G, 
MICH, NY, Stevenson, LISDA. - Colouring probably by J. S. Capieux. 

Ed. 2: 1798, "Theoria . . . Linnaei retracta et aucta. C. tab. xlii coloratis." Lipsiae (ex 
officina Breitkopfio-Haertehana) 1798. Qu., p. [i]-xii, [i]-268,j&/. A, 1-4.2, hand-coloured 
copper engr. Copies: NY, USDA. — "Editio princeps Petropolitana Lipsiensi valde est 
inferior" (PR). 

Ref.: Anon., Comm. reb. sci. nat. med. 28: 141-163. 1786. 
Hedwig, J., in Usteri, Neue Ann. Bot. 9: 120-123. 1795. 
Lubrecht, H., Early Amer. bot. works 1967, no. 183. 

2527. Descriptio et adumbratio microscopico-analytica muscorum frondosorum nee non aliorum 
vegetantium e classe cryptogamica Linnaei novorum dubiisque vexatorum auctore Joanne 
Hedwig M.D. . . . Lipsiae [Leipzig] (1-2: In bibliopolio I. G. Miilleriano; 3-4: In biblio- 
polio Gleditschiano) [1785-] 1787-1797, 4 vols. Fol. {Descr. micr.-anal. muse, frond.). 
Publ.: in parts (four per volume) with the title: "Stirpes cryptogamicae novae [aut dubiae 

iconibus adumbratae]" from 1 785-1 797. 

/: 1785-1787, p. [i-xviii], [i]-i09, [no, err.],/)/. 1-40, hand-col. copper engr. by author. 

2: 1789, p. [i], [i]-ii2,j&/. 1-40, id. 

3: 1 791-1792, p. [i-xiv], [i]-ioo,/'/. 1-40, id. 

4: 1797, p. [i-iv], [i]-io6,/)/. 1-40, id. 

Copies: G, MO, NY, U, USDA; IDC 578. -The NY copy of vol. 2 has half titles of 2 fasc. and 
further introductory material: [i, iii, v = h.t., viii], [i]-34 and [i = h.t. fasc. 2, iii-iv], [36]- 
112; plate no. 35 lacking but number 34 used twice. - Uncoloured copies occur. 
Variant issue: Microscopisch-analytische Beschreibungen, see no. 2528. 



HEDWIG 



2528. Microscopisch-analytische Beschreibungen und Abbildingungen neuer und zweifelhafter Laub- 
Moose wie auch anderer zu der cryptogamischen Classe des Linne gehoriger Gewachse von 
D. Johann Hedwig. Leipzig ( 1-2 : In der Johann Gottfried Miillerschen Buchhandlung; 3-4: 
In der Gleditschischen Buchhandlung) 1787- 1797, four vols. Fol. {Micr.-anal. Beschr. Laub- 

M.). 

i: 1787, p. [i-xx], [ij-iiS,/*/. 1-40 (uncol. copper engr. by author). 

2: 1789, p. [i-iv], [i]-i28,/)/. 1-40 (id.). 

5: 1792, p. [i-xiv], [i]-ii2,j&/. 1-40 (id.). 

4: 1797, p. [i-iv], [i]-ii4, [2, index],/)/. 1-40 (id.). 

Copy: G. - Variant issue, without latin t.p.'s, of the preceding Descriptio et adumbratio. 

2529. D. Johan Hedwig's . . . Sammlung seiner zerstreutenAbhandlungen und Beobachtungen uher 
botanisch-okonomische Gegenstande. Leipzig (bey Siegfried Lebrecht Crusius) 1 793-1 797) 
2 vols. Oct. {Samml. Abh.). 

i: 1793, p. [i-xiv], [i]-208, j&/. 7-5 (hand-col. copper engr. by author). 
2: 1797, p. [i-xii], [i]-i75, [176, expl. pi], pi. i (id.). 

Copies: G, HBG, HH, NY, US. 

2530. Friedrich Alexander von Humboldt's . . . Aphorismen aus der Physiologic der Pflan- 
zen. Aus dem Lateinischen iibersetzt von Gotthilf Fischer. Nebst einigen Zusatzen von 
Herrn Dr. und Prof Hedwig und einer Vorrede von Herrn Dr. und Prof Christ. Friedr. 
Ludwig. Leipzig (bei Voss und Compagnie) 1794. Oct. {Aphorismen). 

PubL: 1794, p. [i]-xx, [i]-2o6, [1-2, err.]. Copy: BR. - See further under Humboldt, F. A. v., 
Florae fribergensis specimen, 1 793, which contains the latin version of von Humboldt's 
aphorisms (PR 4325; see below under no. 2534). 

2531. Filicum genera et species recentiori methodo accomodatae analytice descriptae a loanne 
Hedwig . . . iconibusque ad naturam pictis illustratae a Romano Adolpho filio . . . Lipsiae 
[Leipzig] (impensis bibliopolii Schaeferiani) 1799. Fol. {Fil. gen. sp.). 

Artist: Romanus Adolf Hedwig (1772-1806), son ofj. Hedwig. 

PubL: in four parts, 1799 [-1803?], p. [i-jo], pi. [1-24]. Copies: MO {23PI., 70 p. text), NY {24 
pi.) U, USDA [6 pi, 21 p. text), US (70 p., 2^/)/.,), USDA (2^/)/., 68 p.); IDC 442. -The 
plates are hand-coloured copper engr. ; each fascicle had 6 plates with accompanying text. 

2532. Joannis Hedwig . . . Species muscorum frondosorum descriptae et tabulis aeneis Ixxvii 
coloratis illustratae. Opus posthumum editum a Friderico Schwaegrichen . . . Lipsiae 
[Leipzig] (sumtu Joannis Ambrosii Barthii), Parisiis (apud Amand Koenig) 1801. Qu. {Sp. 
muse, frond.). 

PubL: I Jan 1801, conventional date, accepted at IXth International Botanical Congress, 
Montreal 1959; ICBN Art. 13.1(b). Actual date of publication (at least p. 1-260) 19 Apr 
1801, p. [i]-vi, [i]-i7, 19-352, 353 (post publ. add.), chart,/)/. 7-77. Copies: G, MICH, 
MO, NY, U. - Designated as starting point work for the nomenclature of names of Musci 
(excl. Sphagnaceae). An extensive bibhographical analysis, accompanied by detailed infor- 
mation on the book and an evaluation of the various nomenclatural problems connected 
with it, is given by Margadant (MD). - The editor was Christian Friedrich Schwagrichen 
( 1 775-1853), who published supplements which are in fact an independent work (see 
Schwagrichen). - The 77 coloured plates are coloured copper engr. by Hedwig himself. For 
notes on p. 353 (post publication addition) see v.d. Wijk 1952 and MD. 
Facsimile ed.: Weinheim (J. Cramer) i960, Historiae naturahs classica vol. 16, ISBN 3-7682- 
■7055-6, with an introduction by P. A. Florschutz. Copies: G, FAS, U. -See also Taxon 10: 30. 
1 96 1. - Contains p. 353. 
Ref.: BM 2: 810; MD p. 139-144; DTS i : 108; NI 830; PR 3885; SY p. 9-10; IDC 5022. 

Wijk, R. v.d., Trans. Brit, bryol. Soc. 2: 82-83. 1952 (on omission of p. 353 from most 
copies); Taxon 6: 55. 1957. 

Sayre, G., Hedwig, 1801, and the nomenclature of mosses. Vllle Congres Int. Bot., Paris 
1954, Rapports comm. Sect. 14-16: 108-1 13. 1954; Taxon 6: 10-12. 1957 (dates). 



HEDWIG 

Koch & Crum, Taxon 5: 130-133. 1957 (proposal to accept i Jan 1801 as conventional 

date of publ.). 
Florschiitz, P. A., Introduction to Hedwig's Species muscorum, vafacsimile ed. Weinheim 

i960, pp. v-xxxii. 
Fuchs, H. P., Beih. Nova Hedw. 3: 89. 1962. 

Hedwig, Romanus Adolf ( 1 772-1806), German botanist; from 1801 professor of botany 
in Leipzig; son of Johannes Hedwig. {R. Hedw.). 

HERBARIUM and types: R. A. Hedwig's herbarium was sold by auction after his death. Some 
of the material may have been incorporated in his father's herbarium (see above). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 148; Backer p. 652; BM 2: 810; CSP 3: 247; 
Dawson p. 405; De Toni i : Ixii; Hortus 3: 1 194 ("R. Hedw.") ; Kew 2: 624; Jackson p. 113; 
LS 11688-11689; PR 3886-3890 (ed. 1 : 4263-4271); Rehder 5: 376; SBC p. 122 ("Hedw. 
f."); Stevenson p. 1244 ("Hedw. f."). 
Dawson, W. R., Smith papers 53. 1934. 
Jourdan, Diet. Sci. med. 5: 125-126. 1822 (bibl.). 
MacPhail, I., Cat. Redout. 16. 1963. 

coMVO?,iT'E^OK¥JS,\Contrih\iit.td'''Observationes de plantes calyptrates, . . ." to Weber und Mohr, 
Beitrdge zur .JVaturkunde, vol. i, Kiel 1805 (publ. 7 Dec 1805-4 ^'-'g 1806 fide SY p. 24). 

note: For the unpublished "Descriptio et adumbratio microscopico-analyticafungorum aliarumque 
plantarum cryptogamicarum ad eorum familiam pertinentium", now in mss. at G, see A. P. 
de CandoUe, Memoires et souvenirs 143 (1862) and Arthur, Torreya4(2) : 21-23. 1904. This 
manuscript is the basis of references to "Hedw. f." and "Hedw. f. Fung, ined." given for 
several names of Uredinales first published in CandoUe, Fl. Fran^. (1805). 

2533. Tremella nostoch. Commentatio quam auctoritate gratiosi medicorum ordinis in alma 
literarum universitate lipsiensi ad summos in arte medica honores capessendos d. iv mensis 
septembr. a. mdcciic. publice defendet auctor Romanus Adolph Hedwig . . .Lipsiae [Leip- 
zig] (ex officina Bueschelia) s.d. Qu. {Tremella nostoch). 

Publ.: 4 Sep 1798, p. [i-vii], [i]-7i, [72, expL], i pi. Copies: G, NY. 
Ref.: Hedwig, in Roemer, Arch. Bot. 2: 256-257. 1801. 

2534. Aphorismen iiber die Gewdchskunde. Zum Gebrauch meiner Vorlesungen mit besonderer 
Riicksicht auf die Lehrsatze meines Vaters entworfen von Romanus Adolph Hedwig . . . 
Leipzig (in der Schaferischen Buchhandlung) 1800. Oct. {Aphor. Gewdchsk.). 

Publ.: 1800 (p. viii: Feb 1800), p. [i]-xiv, [i]-i02. Copies: G, L, M..-Note: see also above, no. 
2530, for J. Hedwig's Aphorismen. 

2535. Epistola ad D. loh. Hedwigivm natalitia celebrantem scripta a M. Rom. Adolph. Hedwig, 
d. 8. Octob. 1793. Lipsiae [Leipzig] (ex officina Breitkopfia) . [1793]. Qu. {Epistola). 
Pm^/.: 8 Oct 1793, p. [i]-i6. Coj&j: NY. -See also Usteri, Neue Ann. Bot. i: 125-126. 1794. 

2536. bservationum botanicarum fasciculus primus. Quo ad audiendam orationem d. xvii febr. 
a. c. mdcccii. h.l.q.c. in academia lipsiensi professionis botanices extraordinariae adeundae 
causa recitandam observanter invitat D. Romanus Adolph Hedwig . . . Lipsiae [Leipzig] 
(ex officina Hirschfeldia) [1802]. Qu. {Observ. bot.). 

Thesis issue: 17 Feb 1802, p. [i]-i5. Copy: USDA. 

Trade edition, completed: 2 Mai 1802, p. [i]-20, pi. i-ii (unsigned hand-col. copper engr.). 

Copies: G, MICH, MO, Stevenson; IDC 5941. - ''0 bservationum . . . primus. Scripsit D. 

Romanus Hedwig . . . cum tabulis xi pictis." Lipsiae (in bibliopolo Schaefferiano) 1802. 

Qu. 

2537. Genera plantarum secundum characteres differentiales ad Mirbelli editionem revisa et 
aucta edenda curavit D. Romanus Adolph Hedwig . . . Lipsiae [Leipzig] (apud I. H. 
Reclam) 1806. Oct. {Gen.pl.). 

Publ.:]\i\ 1806 (p. vi: ante id. Mai 1806), p. [i]-vi, [i]-378. Copies: G, USDA; IDC 106. 



Heer, Oswald von (1809- 1883), Swiss palaeobotanist, entomologist and theologist; from 
1834 connected with the University of Ziirich; from 1855 also with the ETH, professor of 
botany and director of the botanical garden. {Heer). 

HERBARIUM and types: Z; further material at B, GRA, K, HAL, LE. - Fossil material at the 
Geological Institute of the Technische Hochschule (ETH), Ziirich. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 1 : 229, 4: 306, 12(3) : 162; Andrews p. 276-277; Backer 
p. 257; Barnhart 2: 148; BJI i : 25: BM 2: 810-813, 6: 447; BL 2: 561, 666; Bossert p. 169; 
CSP3: 248-249,6:684, 7:933-935, 10: 176-177, 12: 320-321, 15: 72i;DSB6: 220-222 ;DTS 
I : XX, 108, 6(4) : 31 ; Frank3(Anh.) : 42; GR p. 64.1, pi [21]; Hortus 3: 1294 ("Heer"); IH 2: 
264; Jackson p. 557 [index]; Kew 2: 625-626; Kleppa p. 324; KR p. 279-280; Langman p. 
355; LS 11690-11691; ME p. 378-379; Moebius p. 380, 382; MW p. 165-166; NI 833-835; 
PR 3891-3899, 10573-10574; Quenstedt p. 194-195 (q.v. for further biogr. refs.) ; Rehder 5: 
377; Saccardo 2: 58; TL-2/1020; Tucker i : 329-330; Zander ed. 10, p. 668. 
Anon., Jahresber. naturf Ges. Graubiinden ser. 2. 27: xvii-xx. 1884; Bot. Gaz. 8: 340. 1883; 

Bot. Zeit. 41 : 695. 1883; Gard. Chron. 20: 509-510. 1883; Verh. schweiz. naturf Ges. 91 : 

37-40. 1908; Generalregister Bot. Not. 1839-1938: 98. 1939. 
CandoUe, Arch. Sci. phys. nat. ser. 3. 10: 415-416. 1883. 
Clarke, J. M., James Hall of Albany 435. 1923. 
Gray, A., Amer. J. Sci. ser. 3. 28: 61-67. 1884; Sci. Papers 2: 447-450. 1889; Proc. Amer. 

Acad. Arts. Sci. 19: 556-559. 1884; Belg. hortic. 1885: 149-152 (translation by D.H.F. of 

Asa Gray's obituary in Amer. J. Sci. 1884). 
Huxley, L., Life letters J. D. Hooker 2: 35, 36, 99. 1918. 

Jentzsch, Schr. physik.-oekon. ges. Konigsberg 25(Abh.): 1-26. 1885; also published sepa- 
rately, Gedachtnissrede, Konigsberg 1884, 26 p. (bibl.) ; reprinted Leopoldina 21 : 18-20, 

22-30, 42-49. 1885. 
Kanitz, A., Magy. Noven. Lap. 7: 138-144. 1883 (bibl.). 
Magdefrau, K., Aus der Heimat 67(4) : 142-149. 1959. 
Magdefrau, K., Gesch. Bot. 245, 311. 1973. 
Malloizel, Oswald Heer, Bibliographic et tables iconographiques. Stockholm 1887 (contains 

also a biographical sketch by R. Zeiller and references to further biographies), vi, 176 p. 
Rodgers, R. D., Amer. bot. 1873-1892. 329 [index]. 1944; Liberty Hyde Bailey 259. 1949. 
Rothpletz, Bot. Centralbl. 17: 157-167. 1884 (bibl.). 
Rudio, Festschr. naturf Ges. Ziirich 1746-1896, i: 87-89. 1896 (portr.). 
S., Mitt. Schweiz. Entom. Ges. 6: 694-697. 1884 (selected bibl.). 
Schroter, K., Oswald Heer, Nekrolog, Ziirich 1883, 23 p-; Verh. schweiz. Naturf Ges. 66: 

165-190. 1883 (bibl.). 
Schroter, K. and J. J. Heer, Oswald Heer, Lebensbild eines schweizerischen Naturforschers. 

Ziirich 1885, viii, 144 p. 
Schroter, K., Stierhn, G. und G. Heer, Oswald Heer, Lebensbild . . . O. Heer's Forscher 

arbeit und dessen Personhchkeit. Ziirich 1887, i, 543 p.; Jahrb. schweiz. Alpenclub 25: 

412-447. 1890 (Heer as a "Gebirgsforscher"). 
Scudder, Science 2: 583-586. 1883 (portr.). 
Staub, Foldtani Kozlony 14: 88-90, 449-480. 1884 (bibl.). 
Stur, Verh. k.k. geol. Reichsanst. 1883(13): 207-208. 
Taylor, A., Trans, bot. Soc, Edinburgh 16: 86-92. 1886. 
Ward, Ann. Rep. U.S. Geol. Surv. 5: 378-379. 1885. 

Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 152. 1903, 3(3): xxxiv, 163,/)/. 66. 1905 (portr.). 
WulfT, E. v., Intr. hist. pi. geogr. 151, 162, 172, 200, 212. 1943. 
Zittel, K. A. v., Hist. geol. palaeobot. 371, 549. 1901. 
Zoller, Rev. Palaeobot. Palyn. 7: 83-86. 1968. (portr.). 

handwriting: CandoUea 30: 391-392. 1975; Monogr. biol. canar. 4: 33. 1973 (fig. 28); 
Science 2: 583. 1883. 

COMPOSITE WORKS : Joh. Hegetschweiler,F/ora o'er. Sc^wez'^, . . . fortgesetzt und herausgegeben 
von Osw. Heer . . . Ziirich 1840, see under Hegetschweiler, no. 2566. 

eponymy: Heeria C. F. Meisner (1837); Heeria D. F. L. von Schlechtendal (1839). 

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2538. Analytische Tabellen zu Bestimmung der phanerogamischen Pflanzengattungen der 
schweiz. Zurich (Fr. Schulthess) 1840. Duod. (in sixes). {Anal. Tab.). 
Publ.-.Oct-Dec 1840, p. [i], [i]-i27. Coj&y: MO. -Supplement toj. Hegetschweiler, F/ora^f^r 

Schweiz, 1840. Extra Beilage (second issue), p. [loogj-i 135. (see no. 2566). 

2539. Flora tertiaria Helvetiae. Die tertiare Flora der Schweiz. Wintherthur (Verlag der 
Lithographischen Anstalt von J. Wurster & Compagnie) [1854-] 1 855- 1859, 3 vols. Fol. [Fl. 

tert. Helv.). 

Vol. r. in three parts, 1854- 1855. 

Part i: 1854 (after Mai), p. [i(t.p. i854)-vi], [i]-44, /)/. 1-20. 

Part 2: ]2in']\in 1855, p. 45-92,/)/. 21-40. 

Part 3: ]M\-T>ec 1855, p. 93-"7> [nS, err.], plus 1855 t.p. \i*], pi 41-50- 
Vol. 2: in three parts, 1855- 1856. 

Par^5 (continued): Jul-Dec 1855, p. [i]-24,j&/.5/-6'o. 

Part 4: }\i\-T)tc 1855, p. 25-60,/)/. 61-80. 

Part ^■. 1856, p. [i-iv], 61-110, /»/. 81-100. 
Vol. 2: in two parts, 1857-1859. 

Part 6: Apr 1957, p. [i]-200,/)/. 101-120. 

Party.gDec 1859 (p. vi: Nov 1859), p. [i]-vi, [i, t.p. allg. Theil], [20i]-377, [378], map,/)/. 

I2I-Ij6. 

Copies: BR, G, NY, Teyler, USGS; IDC 7448. 

2540. Ueber diefossilen Pflanzen von St. Jorge in Madeira von Dr. Oswald Heer. Der natur- 
forschenden Gesellschaft in Ziirich vortgetragen den 5. November 1855. Aus dem xv. Band 
der neuen Denkschriften der allgemeinen schweizerischen Gesellschaft fiir die gesammten 
Naturwissenschaften besonders abgedruckt. s.l.n.d. [Zurich 1857]. Qu. {Foss. Pfl. St. Jorge). 
Publ.: 1857 (submitted 5 Nov 1855), p. [i]-^o, pi. i-j, uncol. hths. Copies: G, M, USGS. - 

Neue Denkschr. allg. Schweiz. Ges. Naturw. 15. - According to Flora 42: 112. 21 Feb 
1859 volume 15 of the Neue Denkschriften, dated 1857, was received in Feb 1859. The 
article may well have been preprinted but we have no information on its precise date of 
pubhcation. Malloizel (p. 29), however, cites two reviews of the pubhcation, both from 
1856; he dates the publication nevertheless at 1857. 

2541. Die miocene Flora von Spitzbergen. Vorgetragen von Oswald Heer, professor in Zurich, 
bei der Versammlung der Schweizerischen naturforschenden Gesellschaft. Den 23 August 
i860 in Solothurn. Solothurn (Druck von J. Gassmann, Sohn) s.d. [i860]. Oct. {Mioc. Fl. 
Spitzbergen) . 

Publ.: i860 (after 23 Aug i860), p. [i]-i5. Copy: M. -Not in Malloizel; for later pubhcations 
by Heer on this subject see Malloizel p. 36. 

2542. Untersuchungen iiber das Klima und die Vegetationsverhdltnisse des Tertidrldndes . . . mit 
Profilen und einem Kartchen Europa's. Separatabdruck aus dem dritten Band der tertiaren 
Flora der Schweiz. Winterthur (Verlag der lithographischen Anstalt von Wurster & Comp.) 
i860. Fol. {Klima Veg.-Verh. Tertidrl.). 

Publ.: i860, p. [i]-iv, [i]-i68, [169-170 tables ctd., expl. pi.], pi. clvi and map (both col. 
hths.). Copy: Teyler. - See Fl. tert. Helv. 3 (7), 9 Dec 1859, no. 2539. 

2543. Recherches sur le climat et la vegetation du pays tertiaire . . . Winterthur (Jean Wurster & 
Comp.), Geneve (Joel Cherbuliez), Paris (id.) s.d. [1861]. {Rech. climat veg. tert.). 
Translation by: Charles Theophile Gaudin (1822- 1866). 

Publ.: 1861, p. [i-vi], [i]-220, [i]-xxii, pi. i, map. Copies: G, NY. - From: Flora tertiaria 

Helvetiae 3(7), 9 Dec 1859 (2539). Translation of no. 2542. 
i?^. : J. G., Bull. Soc. bot. France 9: 185-187. Jun. 1862. 

2544. Beitrdge zur nahern Kenntnis der sdchsischthiiringischen Braunkohlenjlora von Oswald 
Heer. Nebst einem Anhange iiber einige Siebenbiirgische Tertiarpflanzen von C.J. Andrae. 
Mit zehn Tafeln . . . Berlin (Verlag von G. Bosselmann) i86i.Qu. {Sachs. -thur. Braunk.-Fl.) . 
^M^^or q/"a/)/)gW(/a-: Carl Justus Andrae ("Andra") (1816-1885). 

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Publ.: 1861 (p. iv: Dec i860), p. [i]-iv, [i]-32,/)/. i-io, liths. printed in sepia. Copy: USGS. - 

Reprinted from Abh. naturwiss. Ver. Sachsen Thiiringen 2: 407-438. 1861. 
Ref.: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 19: 359-360. 29 Nov 1861. 

2545. Die Urwelt der Schweiz . . . Mit sieben landschaftlichen Bildern, elf Tafeln, einer 
geologischen Uebersichtskarte der Schweiz und zahlreichen in den Text eingedruckten 
Abbildungen. Ziirich (Druck und Verlag von Friedrich Schulthess) [1864-] 1865. Oct. 

[Urwelt Schweiz). 

Part [/]: 1864, p. [i]-496, /?/. i-io. 

Part [2] : 1865, p. [i], front., [iii]-xxix, 497-622, map,/?/. // and six further landscape plates 
(in part possibly issued with part i). 

Copies : B, G, NY, Teyler, USDA; IDC 5239. 

English: "The primaeval world of Switzerland ..." ed. J. Heywood, transl. W. S. Dallas, 2 vols. 

London 1876; see below, no. 2551. 
French: "Le monde primitif de la Suisse ..." transl. Isaac I. Demole, Geneve and Basel 1872, p. 

[i]-xvi, [i]-Soi, pi. i-ii, front, and six landscape plates. Copy: G. 
Ed. 2: 1879, xix, 713 p., Zurich (Schulthess), n.v. 

2546. Florafossilis arctica. Die fossile Flora der Polarlander enthaltend die in Nordgronland, 
auf der Melville-Insel, im Banksland, am Mackenzie, in Island und in Spitzbergen ent- 
deckten fossilen Pflanzen. Ziirich (i : Friedrich Schulthess; 2-7: J. Wurster & Comp.) 1868- 
1883, 7 vols. Qu. {Fl.foss. arct.). 

Publ. : In part original publications, in part reprints from periodicals (S. V.A.H. = Sv. Vet.- 
Akad. Handl.). Copies : G, NY, Teyler, USGS; IDC 2310. 



Vol. 



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dates 



6(1: 



6(2) 
7 

Vol. 



Ziirich, p. [i]-vii, [i]-i92, map,/)/. 7-50 

p. [i*], [i]-vii, S.V.A.H. 9(5): [i]-5i,/>/. I-I5- 

S.V.A.H. 8(4), p. [i]-/^i,pl. I-IO. 

S.V.A.H. 8(7), p. [i]-98,/)/. 1-16. 

Philos. Trans. 159: 445-488, /)/. 5^-56". 

p. [i*], [i]-vi, S.V.A.H. 12(3): [i]-ii,X 1-6. 

S.V.A.H. 12(6), p. [i]-i38, [2, ind.], pi. 1-38. 

S.V.A.H. 13(2), p. [i]-29,/)/. 7-5- 

Ziirich (Ziircher & Furrer), p. [i]-24. 

p. [i]-vii, S.V.A.H. 14(5): [i]-i4i,/'/. 1-32. 

Mem. Petersb. 22: [i-ii], [i~\-i22,pl. i-ji. 

Ziirich, p. [i]-i^, pi. 1-2. By G. Hartung. 

Ziirich, p. [i-iii], front. [i]-'^8, pi. i-g. 

Mem. Petersb. 25(6): [i-ii], [i]-58, />/. 7-75. 

ibid. 25(7): [i-ii], [i]-6i,/)/. 7-75. 

S.V.A.H. 15(4): [i]-ii,/)/. 1-4. 

S.V.A.H. i5(3):[i]-6,/;/. 7. 

Mem. Petersb. 27(10): [i-ii], [i]-34, /)/. i-g. 

S.V.A.H. 18(2): [i]-i7,/)/. 1-6. 

Ziirich, p. [i]-i7,/)/. 1-3. 

Ziirich, p. [i]-38,/)/. 1-3. 

Ziirich, p. [i*], [i]-viii, [i]-ii2,pl. 1-4-/, i phot. 

Ziirich, p. [i], [iii], [i]-275,j&/. 48-iog, map. 



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1874 

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For extensive references to reviews and bibliographical notes see Malloizcl p. 46-51 

2547. Florafossilis alaskana. Fossile Flora von Alaska . . . Stockholm (P. A. Norstedt & 
Soner, . . .) 1869. Qu. [Fl.foss. alask.). 



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Publ.: Mar-Dec 1869 (submitted 26 Feb 1869), p. [i]-4i,/>/. i-io (uncol. liths.). Copies: B, 
NY, USGS. -K. Sv. Vet.-Akad. Handl. 8(4). 1869. Also included, as vol. 2, memoir 2, in 
Flora fossilis arctica (see no. 2546). All issues of the Handlingar in this composite work were 
also published separately. 

2548. Miocene baltische Flora, [headlines:] Beitrage zur Naturkunde Preussens. Herausge- 
geben von der Koniglichen physikalisch-okonomischen Gesellschaft zu Konigsberg. 2 . . . 
Konigsberg (In Commission bei W. Koch) 1869. Qu. [Mioc. bait. FL). 

Publ.: 1869 (BSbF 15 Nov 1869), p. [i-v], [i]-i04,j&/. 1-30. Copies: G, NY, USGS. - Beitrage 
zur Naturkunde Preussens, Phys.-Oek. Ges. Konigsberg 2, 1869. 

2549. Ueber die Braunkohlen-Flora des ^sily- Thales in Siebenbiirgen . . . mit vi Steindruck- 
Tafeln. Pest (Druck von Khor & Wein) 1872. Oct. [Bramk.-Fl. ZsHi-Th.). 

Publ. : 1 872 (BSbF Nov 1 872 ; Bot. Zeit. 6 Dec 1 872) , p. [ i J-25,./;/. 1-6, col. liths. Copies: G, M. 
- Mitt, ungar. Geol. Reichsanst. 2(1), 1872. 

2550. Ueber den Flachs und die Flachskultur im Alterthum. Eine kulturhistorische Skizze . . . 
Ztirich (Druck von Ziircher und Furrer) 1872. Oct. [Flachs), 

Publ.: I Jan 1872, p. [i], [i]-26, i pi. Copy: G. - Reprinted from Neujahrsbl. Naturf Ges. 
Zurich 74, 1872 (see also J. Bot. i: 87-88. 1872). 

2551. Theprirnaeval world of Switzerland With. <^&oi\\u?,tr3iiion?,.'QyVroit?,5orYite:r, . . . edited 
by James Heywood, . . . London (Longmans, Green, and Co.) 1876, 2 vols. Oct. [Primaev. 

world Switzerland) . 

i: 1876, map, p. [i]-xv, [xvi], 4 scenes, pi. i-io, [i]-393. 

2: 1876, p. [i]-vii, [viii], [i]-324, 4 scenes (partly col.), pi. 11 (uncol.). 

Copies: HH, US. - English translation by W. S. Dallas of Die Urwelt der Schweiz, 1865, see no. 
2545- 

2552. Ueber permische Pflanzen von Fiinfkirchen in Ungarn . . . Budapest (Gebriider Leg- 
rady) 1876. Oct. [Perm.Pfi.). 

Publ.: 1876 (Bot. Zeit. 22 Jun 1877), p. [i]-i8, /;/. 21-24, uncol. Hths. copy: G. - Reprinted 
from Mitt. Jb. kon. ung. geol. Anstalt 5(1). 1876. - See Malloizel p. 42. 

2553. Flora fossilis Helvetiae. Die vorweltliche Flora der Schweiz. Ziirich (J. Wurster & 
Comp.) [1876-] 1877. Fol. [Fl.foss. Helvet.). 

Publ.: see below, p. [i]-vi, [i, h.t.], [i]-i82,/>/. 1-70 (uncoloured anonymous hthographs). 
Copies: BR, G, MICH, Teyler; IDC 231 1. 

Fasc. /: Jan 1876 (p. vi: Pfingsten 1875; Bot. Zeit. 21 Jan 1876), p. [v]-vi, [vii], [i]-6o. 

Fasc. 2: 1876, p. 61-90. 

Fasc. 3: 1877, p. 91-138. 

Fasc. 4: 1877, P- [i"!"^]' 139-182. 

2554. Zur Geschichte der Ginkgo-artigen Bdume. s.l.n.d. [Berlin 1880]. Oct. {Gesch. Ginkgo). 
Publ.: 30 Apr 1880 (in journal), p. [i]-i3. Copy: G. - Reprinted from Engler, Bot. Jahrb. 

1(1) : 1-13. 1880. 
Ref: Geyler, Bot. Zeit. 38: 573-574. 13 Aug 1880. 

2555. Section des travaux geologiques du Portugal. Contributions a la flore fossile du Portugal 
. . . Lisbonne [Lisboa] (Imprimerie de I'Academie royale des Sciences) 1881. Qu. {Contr.fl. 

foss. Portugal). 

Publ.: 1881 (Bot. Zeit. 30 Dec i88i),p. [i*-iii*], [i]-xiv, \iy^i,pl. A, 1-28 {\\ths.).Copies:G, 

USGS. - Both copies have a cover provided with a sticker, covering the original imprint, 

"Ziirich 1881 . J. Wurster & Cie. Editeurs." The G copy has a handwritten dedication by 

the author to de Candolle on this Ziirich cover. 
Ref: N.L., Bot. Zeit. 39: 867. 30 Dec 1881, 40: 823. 24 Nov 1882. 

Geyler, Bot. Zeit. 40: 845-846. i Dec 1882. 

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HEGELMAIER 

2556. Uebersicht der nivalen Flora der Schweiz. Von Prof. Oswald Heer. | Ehrenmitglied des 
S.A.C. Separatabdruck aus dem Jahrbuch des S.A.C., Bd. xix. Bern (Stampfli'sche Buch- 
druckerei) 1884. Oct. (size). [Uebers. niv. Fl. Schweiz). 

Publ.: Jan-Jun 1884 (Nat. Nov. Jul(i) 1884), p. [i]-43. Copy: MO. - Reprinted from 
Jahrbuch der Schweizerischen Alpenclub, vol. 19. 1884. See also Heer's major publi- 
cation on this subject, Uber die nivale Flora der Schweiz, Neue Denkschr. allg. schweiz. Ges. 
Naturw. 29(1), 1884, 114 p. {copy: HH) ; see also Engler, Bot. Jahrb. 6 (Litt.): 7. 1885. 

Heering, Christian August (1876-19 16), German botanist and conservationist at Ham- 
burg; fell at Verdun. [Heering). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 148; BJI i : 25, 2: 72; BL i : 58, 300; BM 6: 447; 
CSP 15: 72i;KRp. 28o;Langmanp. 355; NAF ii(i): 98, ser. 2. 8: 47; Nordstedtsuppl. p. 
8; Rehder 5: 377; Tucker i : 330. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1916: 196; Magy. bot. Lap. 15: 311. 1916; Nuova Notarisia 28: 143. 1917, 

32: 69. 1921. 
Pascher, A., Susswasserfl. Deutschl. 7: iv. 1921. 

2557. Die Siisswasseralgen Schleswig-Holsteins und der angrenzenden Gebiete der Freien und 
Hansestadte Hamburg und Liibeck und des Fiirstentums Liibeck mit Beriicksichtigung 
zahlreicher im Gebiete bisher nicht beobachteten Gattungen und Arten. Unter Mitwirkung 
von Spezialforschern, insbesondere Professor H. Homfeld (Altona), von Dr. W. Heering . . . 
Hamburg (Kommissionsverlag von Lucas Grafe & Sillem) 1906- 1907, 2 part. Oct. [Siissw.- 
Alg. Schlesw. -Hoist.). 

Part r. Nov-Dec 1906 (p. 63: Oct 1906; Nat. Nov. Mar (i, 2) 1907; t.p. reprint 1906), p. [i], 
[6i]-i50. Reprint with special t.p. and orig. pagnation from Jahrb. Hamb. wiss. Anst. 23, 

1905, Beiheft 3, publ. 1906. 
Part 2: Nov-Dec 1907 (p. 235: Oct 1907; Nat. Nov. Mai (2) 1908; t.p. reprint 1907), p. [i], 

[205J-235. Idem 24, 1906, Beiheft 3, publ. 1907. 

Copy: FH. 

Ref.: Wille, Bot. Zeit. 16(2): 41-43. i Feb 1908 (review part i). 

Hegelmaier, Christoph Friedrich (1833- 1906), German physician and botanist; Dr. 
med. Tubingen 1857; until 1862 military physician at Ulm; from 1862- 1863 with A. Braun 
at Berlin; habil. Tubingen 1864, later professor of botany at Tiibingen (extraordinary 1866; 
honorary 1902). [Hegelm.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown; material at B, BR, C, L, LY. - Exsiccatae: Iter gallo- 
hispanicum (1875). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 5(1): 629-630, 12(2): 596; Backer p. 652; Barnhart 2: 

149; BJI 1 : 25; BM 2: 813; Bossert p. 169; CSP 7: 935, 10: 177, 12: 321, 15: 723; DTS6(4): 

74; Hortus 3: 1 194 ("Hegelm.") ; IH 2: 264; Jackson p. 95, 126, 135, 306, 372; Kew 2: 626- 

627; Langmanp. 355; Lenley p. 217; LS 1 1 696-1 1698, 34364; Maiwald p. 123; MWp. 166; 

NDB 8: 223-224; PR 3900-3901 ; Rehder 5: 377; Tucker i : 330. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1907: 20. 

Bergdolt, E., Karl von Goebel ed. 2. 73, 126, 144. 1941. 

Dolezal, H., Friedrich Welwitsch 187, 213. 1974. 

Eichler, Jahresheft Ver. vaterl. Naturk. Wiirttemberg 63: xxxv-xli. 1907 (portr., bibl.). 

Goebel, K. von, Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 25: (32)-(4o). 1907 (bibl.). 

Lehmann, E., Schwabische Apotheker 97, 188, 210. 1951. 

Urban, L, Fl. bras. 1(1): 177-178. 1906. 

Volkens, Verh. bot. Ver. Brandenburg 51 : (85). 19 10 (d. 26 Mai 1906). 

COMPOSITE WORKS : Martius,, Flora brasHiensis: (a) Callitrichineae, 13(2) : 1-16, pi. i. 1 Mar 1875; 
(b) Lemnaceae, 3(2): 1-2^, pi. i. 1 Feb 1878. 

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2558. Monographie der Gattung Callitriche. Mit 4 lithographirten Tafeln. Inauguralabhand- 
lung der naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultat der Universitat Tubingen zur Erlangung der 
venia legend! im April 1864 vorgelegt von Dr. Friedrich Hegelmaier. Stuttgart (Druck von 
Aug. Worner, vorm. J. G.- Sprandel) 1864. Qu. {Monogr. Callitriche). 

Thesis issue: Apr 1864 (t.p.; p. iv: Feb 1864), p. [i]-iv, [^]-64.,pl. 1-4 (uncol. liths. by author 
and Hammel.). Copies: US, USDA. 

Trade issue; "Monographie . . . Callitriche. Von Friedrich Hegelmaier med. et chir. dr. Mit 4 
lithographirten Tafeln." Stuttgart (Verlag von Ebner & Seubert) 1864. Qu. Publ. : Mai- 
Jun 1864 ("soeben," Flora 25jun 1864; id., Bot. Zeit. i Jul 1864), p. [i]-v, [7]-64,/)/. 1-4 
(id.). Copies: G, M, MICH, MO, NY. 

[Appendix i]: laOct i86-] : ^ur Systematik von Callitriche. [Berlin 1867], p. [i]-^i,p[. [i]. Copies: 
G, USDA. -Reprinted from Verh. bot. Ver. Brandenb. 9: i-/\.o, pi. [/], 1867. Heft i of the 
journal was publ. 12 Oct 1867. The unnumbered plate is an uncol. lith. by the author. 

Appendix 2: 1869: Beitrag zur Kenntniss der Wasserstern, ib. 10: 100-121. 29 Jan 1869. 

See also Lebel, E., Callitriche, esquisse monographique. Mem. Soc. Cherbourg 9: 1 29-1 76. 1863. 

2559. Die Lemnaceen. Eine monographische Untersuchung . . . Mit 16 lithographirten 
Tafeln. Leipzig (Verlag von Wilhelm Engelmann) 1868. Qu. [Lemnac). 
Publ.:Oct-Nov 1868 (p. iv: Mai 1868, Flora 23 Nov -8 Dec 1868), p. [i]-vi, [ij-iGg, pi. 1-16, 

uncol. Uths. by author. Copies: G, L, MO, U, US, USDA. 
Re/.: H.S., Bot. Zeit. 27: 103, 133-136. 1869. 
Seemann, B., J. Bot. 7: 245-247. Aug 1869. 
Hegelmaier, C.F., Syst. Uebersicht der Lemnaceen, Leipzig 1895 (Bot.Jahrb. 21 : 268-305. 6 

Aug 1895). 

2560. Ueber die Moosvegetation des schwdbischen Jura . . . Stuttgart (E. Schweizerbart'sche 
Buchdruckerei (E. Koch)) 1873. Oct. [Moosveg. schwdb. Jura). 

Publ.: before 21 Oct 1873 (Hedwigiarev. Jan 1874; rev. Flora 21 Oct 1873; Bot. Zeit. i Mai 
1874), p. [i], [i]-iio. Copy: Steere. - Reprinted from Wiirttemb. naturw. Jahresb. 29: 
145-254. 1873. 

Re/.: G.K., Bot. Zeit, 32: 288, 351. 1874. 

Hegetschweiler-Bodmer, Johannes (1789- 1839), Swiss botanist; Dr. med. Ziirich 181 3. 

{Hegetschw.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. Hegetschweiler was an ecological botanist who grew 
many plants in his garden for experimental taxonomic purposes. It is not known whether he 
made herbarium specimens, if so they may be expected in Carl Hegetschweiler's herbarium 
now at Z. Hawksworth cites mycological material at BERN and Z. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: AG 2(1): 191, 12(3) : 320; Barnhart 2: i49;BM 2: 813; BL 2: 
561, 562, 666; Blunt p. 221 ; CSP 3: 250; DTS i : 108, 6(4) : 31 ; Frank 3 (Anh.) : 43; GR p. 
632, cat. p. 64; Hawksworth p. 183; Hortus 3: 1 194 ("Hegetschw".) ; Jackson p. 342; Kew 2: 
627; KR p. 280; LS 11699-11700; NAF 28B(2): 334; NI 838-839; PR 3902-3907 (ed. i: 
4273-4278); Rehder 5: 377; SBC p. 122 ("Heg.") ; Zander ed. 10, p. 668. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1840: 144. 

CandoUe, A. P. de, Memoires et souvenirs 362. 1862. 

Furrer, Vierteljahrsschr. naturf Ges. Zurich 116: 502-503. 1971 (d. 9 Sep 1839). 
Pritzel, G. A. Linnaea 19: 454. 1847. 

Schroter, C, Neujahrsblatt zum Besten des Waisenhauses in Zurich 76: 1-81. 1913 (portr., 
bibl.) (Englercoll. DS). 

eponymy: Hegetschweilera Heer & Regel (1842). 

2561. Commentatio botanica sistens descriptionem Scitaminum L. nonnullorum nee non 
Glycines heterocarpae . . . cum tabb. aen. vii. Turici [Ziirich] (Impensis Orellii, Fuesslini et 
Socc.) 181 3. Qu. [Scitaminum). 

Trade ed.: 1813, p. [i]-i2,j&/. /-/, partly handcoloured copper engr. by J. Sturm. Copies: G, 

HU, L, WU. 
Thesis ed.: 1813, p. [i]-i2, [1-2], pi. i-y (uncol. id.). Copy: HH. - "Dissertatio inaugurahs 

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botanica sistens descriptionem Scitaminum L. nonnuUorum nee non Glycines hetereocar- 
pae. Quam consentiente gratiosa facultate medica, praeside Car. Frid. de Kielmeyer, . . . 
pro gradu doctoris medicinae eruditorum examini submittet auctor Johannes Hegetsch- 
weiler Riffersweilo-Turicensis." Turici [Zurich] (Typis OreUii, Fueslini et Socc.) 1813. 

Qu. 

2562. Reisen in den Gebirgstock zwischen Glarus und Graubunden in den Jahren 1819, 1820 und 
1822 . . . Nebst einem botanischen Anhang und mehreren hthographirten Zeichnungen. 
Zurich (bey Orell, FiissU und Compagnie) 1825. Oct. [Reis. Glarus Graubunden) . 

Publ.: i825,frontisp., map, p. [i-iii], [i]-i93, i scene, 2 unnumbered Hth./)/. (M copy: 5/)/. in 
addition to front., map and scene.). Copies: G, M, MO. 

2563. Sammlung von schweizer Pflanzen nach der Natur und auf Stein gezeichnet von J. D. 
Labram, Text von Dr. Joh. Hegetschweiler. Basel (bei H. Bienz Sohn) s.d. [1824-1834]. 
[Samml. schweiz- Pfl-)- 

Artists: ]onas, David Labram (1785- 1852), Louise Labram. 

''Basel issue": i Nov 1824 - 25 Jan 1834, 478 texts and 480 plates. Copy: G (in 8 vols.) [See 
Wheldon and Wesley, Cat. 1 39, 1977, no. 30]. - Original title: Abbildungen der Pflanzen des 
Kantons Basel. - An index, "tjbersicht," was published by Orell Fussh in Zurich in 1841 
(see below) ; the anonymous author was O. Heer. From Senn's study it is likely that this 
"Basel issue" consisted strictly speaking only of the first 6 parts; from November onward 
publication took place from Ziirich. 

''Zurich issue": published in 80 parts o^ 6 pi. each between 1825 and 1834, t.p. and 481 
unnumbered plates (hand-coloured hths.) with text. Copy: NY (bound in two vols.). 
Imprint: Ziirich (bei J. EssHnger Praeceptor). 

St. Gallen re-issue: ''Sammlung von Schweizer-Pflanzen. Nach der Natur gezeichnet von J. D. 
Labram. Text von Dr. J. Hegetschweiler. Zusammengetragen nach dem System 
Linne's." St. Gallen (Werner Hausknecht), [1841-1847], 100 Lieferungen, 10 Ab- 
theilungen. Plates as in orig. Copy: MO. 



/ 


[i], j6/. 7-52 with text. 


6 


\}\,pl. 227-282, id 


2 


V^^, pi- 53-109, '^A- 


7 


\;i\, pi. 283-340, id 


3 


\}\,pl. 1 10-139, id. 


8 


\i], pi. 341-392, id 


4 


[i],/>/. 140-184, id. 


9 


[i], pi- 393-444, ^d 


5 


[i],/)/. 183-226, id. 


10 


[i], pi. 443-477, id 



NeueFolge, 100 parts of ^/)/., [ 1838- 1846], .^00/)/., by K. F. Hagenbach. Copy: G (plates only, 

vols. 9-12). For details see Senn (1940). 
Ref.: Anon., Flora 9: 442-444. 28 Jul 1826. 

Burckhardt, Verb, naturf. Ges. Basel 19: 1-36. 1907 (on Labram). 

Senn., Verb, naturf. Ges. Basel 51(2): 179-195. 1940, 54: 304-326. 1963 (important 
studies, q.v. for further details) . 

2564. Die Giftpflanzen der Schweiz beschrieben von Joh. Hegetschweiler M.D. gezeichnet von 
J. D. Labram lithographirt von C.J. Brodtmann. Zurich (bey Johannes Esslinger Praecep 
tor) s.d. [1828- 1 834]. Oct. {Giftpfl. Schweiz). 
Artist: Johann Daniel Labram. 

Fasc. i: early 1828, p. [i*], [i]-xxvi, [i]-i4, /)/. 1-6. 

Fasc. 2: early 1828, p. [i5]-30, /?/. 7-12. 

Fasc. 3: 1830, p. [3i]-46, j&/. 13-18. 

Fasc. 4: 1830, p. 47-52,/?/. 19-24. 

Fasc. 3-6: 1833, or early 1834, p. 53-84, [i, Warnung] , />/. 23-38. 

Copies: FH, G, NY, USDA (fasc. 1-3). -The final leaf [i], contains a warning against Taxus 
baccata. The plates are hand-coloured liths. of drawings by J. D. Labram. 

Issue in bookform: Ziirich (A. Unflad), 1834 sem. 2 or 1835 (n.v.). 

Ref.: Senn, Verb, naturf Ges. Basel 54: 312-326. 1943. 
Tecoz, Librarian 15(3): 166-179. 1972. 

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2565. Beytrdge zu einer kritischen Aufzdhlung der Schweizerpflanzen und einer Ableitung der 
helvetischen Pflanzenformen von den Einfliissen der Auswelt . . . Zurich (bey Orell, Fiissli 
und Compagnie) 1831. Oct. {Beitr. Aufz. Schweizerpfl.). 

PubL: 1831, p. [i-iii], [i]-382, [1-6, contents, expl. pL, note], i pi. Copies: G, M, MO, NY, 
Regensburg, USDA. 

2566. Die Flora der Schweiz von Dr. Joh. Hegetschweiler, weiland Staatsrath des Cantons 
Zurich (Druck und Verlag von Fr. Schulthess) 1840. Duod. (in sixes). {Fl. Schweiz). 

Part pages dates 



I 


[i]-i44 






late Mai 1838 


2 


145-456 






Dec 1838-Jan 1839 


3 


457-684 






Feb-Jul 1839 


4 


685-905 






Sep 1840 


5 


906-1008, [i 


-3, 


err.] 


Sep 1840 




[i]-xxviii, [i 


, h. 


t.] 





First issue: as above, preface p. xxvi signed by Heer, 7 Apr 1840. Oswald von Heer (1809- 
1883) edited the greater part of the manuscript, and included a biography of Hegetsch- 
weiler in his preface. Plates: 1-8, uncol. hths. Copies: MO, NY. 

Secondissue: ''Flora der Schweiz von Joh. Hegetschweiler, Dr. med. und Staatsrath des Cantons 
Ziirich. Fortgesetzt und herausgegeben von Osw. Heer, Dr. Philos., Professor der Natur- 
geschichte in Ziirich." Ziirich (Druck und Verlag von Fr. Schulthess.) 1840. Duod. (in 
sixes), p. [i*], [i]-xxviii, [i]-i 135, [1-3, err.],/)/. 1-8, id. Copies: G, MICH, NY, USDA. - 
This issue has an "Extra Beilage," by Heer p. 1 009-1 135, publ. Sep (or later?) 1840, and a 
different t.p. The "Beilage" was also published separately by Heer as "Analytische Tabellen 
zur Bestimmung der Phanerogamischen Pflanzengattungen der Schweiz." Ziirich 1840 
(see 2538). 

Ref.: Buser, Neujahrblatt zum Besten des Waisenhauses in Ziirich fiir 1913: 12,-15- 
Thellung, ib. pp. 75-81 (synonymy). 

2567. Obersicht der von J. D. Labram und Dr. J. Hegetschweiler herausgegebenen Schweizerpflanzen. 
Nach den Systemen Linne's de Candolle's und Barthng's geordnet. Zugleich als Erlauterung 
der Abbildungen dienlich. Ziirich (gedruckt bei Orell, Fiissli et Comp.) s.d. [1841]. Duod. 
{Ubers. Schweizerpfl.). 

PubL: 1841, compiled by Oswald Heer (1809-1883), p. [i-iv], [i]-6o. Copy: G. - See Senn, 
Verh. naturf Ges. Basel 51(2): 186-187. 1940. 

Hegi, Gustav (1876- 1932), Swiss botanist; studied at Ziirich with Schinz; from 1902 
curator, later lecturer and professor of botany (1910) at Miinchen; consul-general for 
Switzerland at Miinchen. {Hegi). 

HERBARIUM and types: M. - Several types probably also in other herbaria from which Hegi 
studied material. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 149; Backer p. 652; BFM 9, 1 167; Blunt p. 258; 

BM 6: 448; BL i : 23, 300, 2: 559, 562, 574, 591, 666; DTS 6(4): 151; GR p. 641 ; Hortus 3: 

ii94("Hegi");Hirschp. 117; IH 2: 264; Kew2: 627; LS 11 701, 34365-34366; NI 840-841; 

Plesch p. 253; Zander p. 668. 

Aellen, H., Schweiz. Zeitgen.~Lex. ed. 2. 394. 1932. 

Beger, Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 51 : (20i)-(207). 1934 (bibl.). 

Familler, I., Denkschr. Regensb. bot. Ges. 11: 17-18. 191 1. 

Gentner, Mitt. bay. bot. Ges. 4(13): 222-225. ^923 (portr.; incompl. bibl.). 

Kahnt-Hegi et al., Ber. schweiz. bot. Ges. 42(1): 7-10. 1933 (bibl.). 

Schinz, Neue Ziircher Zeit. 11 56. 21 Jun 1932 (sse also J. Bot. 70: 237. 1932). 

Schinz und Ulrich, Vierteljahrsschr. naturf. Ges. Ziirich 77: 266-273. 1932 (bibl.). 

Wulff, E. v., Intr. hist. pi. geogr. 25, 27, 103, 162, 206. 1943. 

2568. Das obere Tdsstal und die angrenzenden Gebiete, floristisch und pflanzengeografisch 
130 



dargestellt. Inaugural-Dissertation zur Erlangung der philosophischen Doktorwiirde vor- 
gelegt der hohen philosophischen Facultat (mathematisch-naturwissenschaftliche Sektion) 
der Universitat Ziirich von Gustav Hegi von Ziirich. Begutachtet von Herrn Prof. Dr. Hans 
Schinz. Extrait du Bulletin de I'Herbier Boissier. Geneve (Imprimerie Romet, . . .) 1902. 
Oct. [Tdsstal). 

Publ.: Feb-Jan 1902 (Nat. Nov. Jul (2) 1902; as reprint), p. [i, iii, v], [i]-434, 2 maps. Copy: 
US. - Headhne on t.p.: "Mitteilungen aus dem Botanischen Museum der Universitat 
Zurich xvi." Reprinted from Bull. Herb. Boissier as follows (pages have original and 
reprint pagination) : 

Ser. Vol. /part pages dates 



1(2) 


179-212 


30 Jan 1 90 1 


1(3) 


337-352 


28 Feb 1 90 1 


1(5) 


533-548 


30 Apr 1 90 1 


1(6) 


637-652 


31 Mai 1 90 1 


1(7) 


689-736 


3oJun 1 90 1 


1(8) 


793-824 


31 Jul 1901 


1(9) 


913-944 


31 Aug 1901 


1(10) 


1041-1072 


30 Sep 1 90 1 


i(ii) 


1 1 53- 1 200 


31 Oct 1 90 1 


1(12) 


1233-1300 


5 Dec 1 90 1 


2(1) 


49-108 


31 Dec 1 90 1 


2(2) 


185-216 


31 Jan 1902 



2569. Beitrdge zur Pflanzengeographie der bayerischen Alpenflora. Habilitationsschrift zur Er- 
langung der venia legendi vorgelegt der Philosophischen Fakultat, H. Sektion, der Kgl. 
Bayer. Ludwig-Maximihans-Universitat zu Miinchen. Miinchen (Druck von Val. Hofling) 
1905. Oct. {Beitr. buyer. Alpenfl.). 

Publ.: 1905, p. [i-iii], [i]-i89, [i, cont.]. Copy: G. - Reprinted from Ber. bay. bot. Ges. 10. 

1905- 

2570. Alpenflora. Die verbreitesten Alpenpflanzen von Bayern, Tirol und der Schweiz. Von 
Dr. Gustav Hegi, . . . und Dr. Gustav Dunzinger . . . Mit 221 farbigen Abbildungen auf 30 
Tafeln. Miinchen (J. F. Lehmann's Verlag) 1905. Oct. (in fours). {Alpenflora). 
Co-author (eds. 1-3 or 4): Gustav Dunzinger (1868- 1940) (mainly for ills.). 

Ed. /: Apr 1905 (Nat. Nov. Apr (2) 1905; 2 Aug 1905: dateofreceiptofcopy by Radlkoferat 

M), p. [i]-68, pi. 1-30 (col.). Copy: M. 
Ed. 2: '''Alpenflora. Die . . . von Bayern, Oesterreich und der Schweiz." Miinchen (id.) 1910. 

Oct. (in fours), p. [i]-68,/p/. 1-30 (col.). Copy: M. 
Ed.3:}\A 1913.- Miinchen (J. F. Lehmanns Verlag) 1913. Oct. (in fours), p. [i]-68,/)/. 1-30 

(col.). Copies: BR, MO. - See Krause, Bot. Jahrb. 51 (Lit.): 10. 1913. 
Ed. ^: Jul 1917, n.v., see Engler, Bot. Jahrb. 54(Lit.): 53. 1917. 

Ed.y. Miinchen (id.) 1922. Oct., p. [i]-79,/>/. /-j^ (1-30 col., 31-38 plain). Copies: HBG, M. 
Ed. 6: Miinchen (id.) 1927. Oct., p. [i]-79, /?/• 1-38 (id.). Copy: Prov. Library Middelburg. 
Ed. 7: Miinchen (id.) Nov 1930. Oct., n.v., see Krause, Bot. Jahrb. 64(Lit.): 21. 193 1. 
Ed. 8: Munchen (id.) 1937. Oct., p.[i]-8o, />/. 1-38 (id.). Copies: G, U. 
Ed.g: Miinchen (Carl Hanser Verlag) s.d. [Mai 1950] Oct., p. [i]-93,/'/. 1-40 (1-32 col, 33- 

40 plain). Copies: BR, G, MO, USDA. - "Besorgt von Herman Merxmiiller, Miinchen." 

Editor of eds. 9-24: Hermann Merxmiiller (1920-x). 
Ed. 10: Miinchen (id.) s.d. [Aug 1951], p. [i]-g6, pi. 1-40 (id.). Copies: UC, USDA. 
Ed. 11: Miinchen (id.) s.d. [Aug 1952], p. [\\-<^%,pl. 1-40 (id.). Copy: USDA. 
Ed. 12: Miinchen (id.) s.d. [Mai 1955]. Oct. (in fours), p. [i]-96,/)/. 1-40 (id.). Copies: M, 

USDA. 
Ed. 13: Munchen (id.) s.d. [Sep 1956]. Oct., p. [i]-96, j&/. 1-42 (\d., 33-42 plain). Copies: U, 

USDA. 
Ed. 14: Miinchen (id.) s.d. [Jun 1958], p. [i]-96, /)/. 1-40. Copy: HBG. 
Ed. 15: Miinchen (id.) s.d. [Sep 1959], p. [i]-96,/)/. 1-32 {col.), 33-42 (uncol.). Copies: HBG, 

USDA, WU. 

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Ed. i6: Miinchen (id.) s.d. [Mai 1961], p. [i]-(j&, pi. 1-40. Copy: NY. 

Ed. 17: Miinchen (id.) s.d. [Aug 1962], n.v. 

Ed. 18: Miinchen (id.) s.d. [Jul 1963] Oct. (in fours), p. [i]-ii2,/)/. 1-40 (id.), maps 1-48, i 

general map. Copies: M, USDA. - See Taxon 12:5 Nov 1963. 
Ed. ig: Qui 1964] n.v. 
Ed. 20: [Sep 1965] n.v. 

Ed. 21: Munchen (id.) s.d. [Sep 1967]. Copy: SMU. 
Ed. 22: Miinchen (id.), s.d. [1970], pi. [i]-i 12,/?/. 1-32 (col.) , jj-40 (uncol.), maps 1-48 on p. 

85-100. Copy: WU. 
Ed. 2j: n.v. 
Ed. 24: Berlin und Hamburg (Verlag von Paul Parey) s.d. [Nov 1976], p. [lyi^y, pi. 1-40 

(id.), maps 1-48, i general map. Copies: FAS, M. 
Ed. 25: Verlag von Paul Parey. Berlin und Hamburg, s.d. [Oct 1977], p. [i]- 1^4., pi. [o, 

Flechten], 1-40, map, 48 small maps in text. Copies: FAS, M. - "Hegi-Merxmiiller-Reisigl, 

Alpenflora ... 25, erweiterte Auflage 1977, herausgegeben von Dr. Herbert Reisigl ..." 

(See Taxon 27: 107. 1978). 
English transl. of ed. 6: '' Alpine flowers ..." trans. Winifred M. Deans, London and Glasgow 

Mar 1930, n.v. 

[note: we refrained from trying to find other editions and translations]. 

2571. Illustrierte Flora von Mittel-Europa. Mit besonderer Beriicksichtigung von Oesterreich, 

Deutschland und der Schweiz. Zum Gebrauche in den Schulen und zum Selbstunterricht. 

Munchen (Verlag von J. F. Lehmann) [1906-1931], 7 vols, in 13. Oct. (///. Fl. Mitt.-Eur.). 

Cover Lieferung /:"... von Dr. Gustav Hegi . . . illustriert unter kiinstlerischer Leitung von 
Gustav Dunzinger . . . Das Werk erscheint in 70 monatlichen Lieferungen . . . JederHeft 
enthalt 4 Tafeln und erklarenden Text." 

Illustrations: Gustav Dunzinger (1869-1940). 

Vernacular names: Heinrich Marzell (1885- x) (vols. 2-6). 

Later collaborators oj ed. i: Albert Thellung (1881-1928) [4(1), 5(1)], Emil Schmid (1891- x) 
[4(1), 4(2)], Robert Keller (1854-1939) [4(2)], Josias Braun-Blanquet (1884- x) [4(2), 
5(1)], Helmut Gams (1893- 1 976) [4(2), 4(3), 5(1), 5(4), 6(2)], Werner Liidi (1888- 1968) 
[5(1)], Herbert K. E. Beger (1889- 1955) [5(1), 5(2), 5(3), 6(2)], Heinrich Marzell (1885- 
x) [5(4)]) August von Hayek (1871-1928) [6(1), 6(2)], Hermann Jahn [6(2)]. Hegi 
himself was responsible for almost two thirds of the 7800 pages (Gentner 1933). 

Vienna issue o(cd. i : "A. Pichler's Vitwe& Sohn, . . . Wien V, Margaretenplatz 2," 7 vols.,in 
all respects, except for imprint, identical with the original Miinchen issue. Copy: WU. 

Ed. I. Copies: MICH, MO, U(2), US. 

/: [i]-clviii, 1-402, pi. i-4i,fig. 1-172, [403]-4ii. 

2- [i]-405>/'^- 42-76, fig. 173-447- 

3: [i]-6o7,/)/. 77-121, fig. 448-717. 

4(1) ■ U]-49hpi- 122-138, fig. 7i8-8go. 

4(2) ■■ [493. 495]> 497-1 1 12a, [iii2b],j6/. 139-137, fig. 891-1278. 

4(3): [i, iii], [11 1 3] -1 748,/)/. 158-174, fig. 1 279-1661. 

5(/): [i, iii-v], 1-674 [repr. -678d],j&/. 175-186, fig. 1662-2102. 

5{2): [i-iii], [679]-i562, [1-2, cont. ],/>/. 187-204, fig. 2103-2602. 

sis)- [15631-2250, [i, cont.], pi. 205-222, fig. 2603-3175. 

5(4)- [22511-2630, [i, com.], pi. 223-233, fig. 3176-3434. 

6{i)- [il-544,/'^- 234-263, fig. 1-276 

6{2) : [545I- 1 386, pi. 264-280, fig. 277-965. 

7: [i]-vi, [vii-viii, cont., dates], [i]-56i, [562, err.], fig. 966-1273. Gesamtregister, bearbeitet von 

Dr. Gustav Hegi, unter Mitwirkung von Dr. Hans Kugler, Dr. Meta Lutz und Dr. Edwin 

Schlumpf 
Plates: 280, of which 253 are chromolithographs; plain: 25, 27,30,36-40, 104, 125, 129, 135-136, 

190, {93-194, 196-199^ 202-203, 246, 249. 
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3{i): [i]-viii, [i]-452,/>/. 77-94, fig. 1-191, err. slip. 

5(2) : n.v., see table. 

3{3)'- [i-viii], [i]-356,/'/- 109-121, fig. 1-218, err. slip. 

4{i): [i]-viii, [i]-547>/'^- 122-138, fig. 1-311. 

^(^)A: [i-vii], [1]-^^^, pi. 139-146, fig. 1-292. 

4(3)- [^-iii]; [i 1 13]-''750, [i, cont. ],/)/. 1^8-174, fig. 1279-1661 (mainly reprint; minor corr. 
only), publ. autumn- 1964. 

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3(3): [i-iii], 1567-22541, [i, cont.], j&/. 203-222, fig. 2603-3173 (mainly reprint; minor corr. 
only), publ. 1966 or 1967. 

5(4) ■ [j-iii], 2255-2630, [i, cont.], pi. 223-233, fig. 3176-3434 (idem), publ. 1964. 

6{i): [i-vii], [i]-63i,j&/. 234-246, fig. 1-297, published in 8 parts. 

6{2, 3) : n.v., see table. 

Imprint 3(1), 3(3), 4(1), 4(2) A, 5(4): Carl Verlag, Mimchen; 6(1) idem but cover: Verlag 
Paul Parey, Berlin-Hamburg. 

Collaborators eds. 2 & 3: Ernst Bergdolt (1902-x) [i], Johannes Zimmermann [ft. 1936) [i], 
Karl Suessenguth (1893-1955) [i], Karl-Heinz Rechinger (1906-x) [3(1), 3(3)], Annelis 
Schreiber (1927-x) [3(1)], Ludwig Hoerhammer (1907-1975) [3(1), 4(1)], Heinrich 
Marzell (1885-1970) [3(1), 3(3), 4(1), 4(2)A, 6(1)], Hermann Meusel (1909-x) [3(1), 
3(3)], Erich Oberdorfer (1905-x) [3(1), 3(3), 4(1), 4(2)A, 6(1)], Alois Patzak (1903-x) 
[3(1)], Franz Petrak (1886- 1973) [3(1)], Margita von Rochow [3(1)], Jiirgen Damboldt 
(1937-x) [3(3)], H.Miihlberg [3(3)], Walter Zimmermann (1892-x) [3(3)], Ch. Leuckert 
(1930-x) [3(3)], Herbert Straka (1920-x) [3(3), 4(1), 4(2)A, 6(1)], Friedrich Markgraf 
(1897-x) [4(1)], Roland Wannenmacher [4(1), 4(2)A, 6(1)], Herbert Huber (1931-x) 
[4(2)A],DimitriHartl (1926-x) [6(1)], Gerhard Wagenitz (1927-x) [6(1)], Siegfried Jost 
Casper (1929-x) [6(1)], Alexander Gilli (1903-x) [6(1)], Otto Schwarz (1900-x) [6(1)], 

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x) [ed. 3, 2(1)], R. Kandeler [ed. 3, 2(1)]. 
Vienna issue ed. 2: "A. Pichlers Witwe & Sohn . . . Wien V, Margaretenplatz 2," vols. 1-2, 

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HEGI 

vol. Lief. Volume-editor pages dates 

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D. Podlech to follow 

6 D. Podlech 

Ref.: Becherer, A., Candollea 5: 342-344. 1934. 

Heiberg, Peder Andreas Christian (1837-1875), Danish algologist; Dr. phil. Kjoben- 
havn 1863; one of the founders of the Dansk hot. Forening (1865). {Heib.). 

HERBARIUM and types: C. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 149; BM 2: 814;- De Toni i: Ixii, 2: Ixiv; 

Dryander4: 282; Frank3(Anh.) : 43; IH 2: 264; Jackson p. 91, 733; Kew2: 628; Moebiusp. 

78; Nordstedt p. 18; PR 3909. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1875: 61-62; Bot. Zeit. 33: 375. 1875. 

Christensen, C, Dansk Bot. Hist. 2: 324-325. 1926 (bibl.). 

Trimen, H., J. Bot. 13: 192. 1875. 

Warming, E., Bot. Tidsskr. 12(4): 204. 1881 (bibl.). 

COMPOSITE WORKS: ^diitd Botanisk Tidsskrift vols. 1-2, 1866- 1868. 

eponymy: Heibergia Greville (1865). 

2572. Kritisk oversigt over de Danske Diatomeer. Kjobenhavn (Wilhelm Priors Forlag) 1863. 
Qu. [Krit. overs. Danske Diatom.). 

Ferste Hefte: 4jun 1863 (date ofpresentation as thesis; p. ii: 9 Apr 1863), p. [i-ii], [i]-78,/)/. /- 
6"(uncol. liths. auth.). Copies: B, G, NY, Regensburg, US. -This thesis edition contains the 
theses on the second part of p. 77 and on p. 78. 

Andet Hefte: 1863 (Bot. Zeit. 27 Nov 1863 "soeben"),p. [i], [iii], 77-135, [136, binder]. Copies: 
B, BR, G, M, NY. - Contains on p. 77 the text, except the theses, of p. 77 of the first part. 
Issued with a general t.p. [iii] for the combined volume, with the title: "Conspectus criticus 
diatomacearum danicarum. Kritisk ..." Kjobenhavn (Wilhelm Priors Forlag), London, 
Leipzig, Paris, 1863. Copy of Conspectus issue: L. 

Ref.: L.R., Hedwigia 3: 100-102. Jul 1864. 
W.C, J. Bot. 2: 321-323. Oct 1864. 

Heim, Frederic Louis (1869-x), French botanist; Dr. sci. Paris 1892. {F. Heim). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Backer p. 652 ; Barnhart 2 : 1 50 ; BM 2:815; CSP 13: 11, 14: 
183, 15: 730-731; Kew2: 629; LS 11 707-1 1718, 34378-34379; Rehder5: 378; RS p. 87; TL- 
2/253; Tucker i : 380. 

Heim, F. L., Rech. Dipterocarp. ii. 1892 (bibl.) ; Notice sommaire sur les litres et travaux 
scientifiques (Juillet 1897) [Paris], 16 p. 

2573* Theses presentees a la Faculte des Sciences de Paris pour obtenir le grade de docteur es 
sciences naturelles par le Dr. Heim. . . . 2e These. - Recherches sur les Dipterocarpacees . Sous 
tenues le [24] juin 1892 devant la commission d'examen . . . Paris (Chamerot et Renouard) 
1892. Qu. {Rech. Dipterocarp.). 

Thesis ed.: 24jun 1892, p. [i*-iii*], [i]-ii, [i]-i86, /)/. /-// with text, uncol. liths bv author. 

Copies: MICH, MO. 
Commercial ed. : "Recherches sur les Dipterocarpacees (introduction a la monographic generale de 

lafamille)", Paris (Societed'editions scientifiques) 1892 (Nat. Nov. Jul 1892). Qu., p. [i]- 

viii, [i]-i86,/)/. /-// (id.) Copies: G, USDA (2). 

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Heim, Georg Christoph (1743- 1807), German clergyman and botanist at Gumpelstadt. 

{G. Heim). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY :Barnhart 2: 150; CSP3: 253; Jackson p. 506; PR 39 13 (ed. i : 
4284); Quenstedt p. 196; Rehder 5: 378. 

EPONYMY -.Heimia Link (1822) is dedicated to Ernst Ludwig Heim (1747- 1834), German 
physician in Berlin, who owned an important herbarium, especially of Musci (at present at 
HAL). 

2574. Deutsche Flora. Aus neuern botanischen Schriften zusammengetragen und herausge- 
geben von Georg Christoph Heim. [i]: Halle (bey Johann Jacob Gebauer), 2: Berlin und 
Leipzig (in der Verlagshandlung der kompendiosen Bibliothek) 1793- 1799, 2 vols. Oct. 
{Deut.FL). 

Vol. i: 1 793- 1 797, but title-page [i*] issued later, dated 1799. This volume was originally 

published in "Der Botaniker oder Compendiose Bibliothek alles wissenswiirdigen aus dem 

Gebiete der Botanik." Hefte i-ix. Copy: L. 

Heft i: Gotha und Halle (bey Johann Jacob Gebauer) 1793, p. [i]-84. 

Hefts: ib. (id.) 1794, p. [i]-io8. 

Heft j-g: Eisenach und Halle (bey Johann Jacob Gebauer) 1797, p. [i]-xvi, [i]-672. 
Vol. 2: 1799. Copj)-. L. 

Erste Abtheilung: 1799, p. [i]-xiv, [i]-464. 

^weyte Abtheilung: 1799, p. [465J-872. 

Heim, Roger Jean ( 1900-x), French mycologist at the Museum d'histoire naturelle, Paris. 
{R.Heim). 

HERBARIUM and types: P, PC. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Ainsworth p. 343 [index]; Barnhart 2: 150; BL 2: 160, 666; 
Bossert p. 169; GR p. 326; IH 2: 265; Kew 2: 630-631; Langman p. 356; LS suppl. 1 1128- 
1 1 144; Plesch p. 253-254; Roon p. 50. 
Anon., Rev. bryol. Hch. 15(1-2). 1946 (return from captivity); 22(1): 103. 1953 (Legion 

d'Honneur) ; 23(3-4) : 331 . 1954; 30(3-4) : 285. 1961 ; 38(3-4) : 609. 1972; Plant Sci. Bull. 

7(4): 4. 1961. 

eponymy: Heimiella K. B. Boedijn (1951); Heimiochrysis P. Bourrelly (1949); Heimiodora ] . 
Nicot & A. Parguey (i960); Heimiomyces R. Singer (1942); Heimodendron R. Sillans (1953). 

2575. Le genre Inocybe precede d'une introduction generale a I'etude des Agarics ochrospores 
... 35 planches coloriees d'apres les aquarelles originales de I'auteur 220 figures. En- 
cyclopedic mycologique [Tome i] Paris (Paul Lechevaher & fils) 1931. Oct. {Inocybe). 
Publ.: Mai-Jun 1931 (addenda with printers mark Mai 1931; Mycologia i Sep 1932), p. [i- 

v], [i]-429, [i, err.],/)/. 1-35. Copies: MICH, MO, NY, Stevenson, U, USDA. 

2576. Les Lactario-Russules du domaine oriental de Madagascar essai sur la classification et 
la phylogenie des Asterosporales . . . Paris (Laboratoire de Cryptogamie du Museum 
national d'Histoire naturelle) 1937. {Lact.-RussuL). 

Publ.: Feb 1938 (note on slip), [i, blank], slip, [3]-i96, [i, colophon],/)/. 1-8. Copies: NY, 
Stevenson, USDA. - Vol. i of Prodrome a uneflore mycologique de Madagascar et Dependances 



Heimans, Eli ( 186 1- 19 14), Dutch botanist; from 1882 teacher at Amsterdam; leading 
popularizer of biology; longtime editor of "De Levende Natuur." [E. Heimans). 

HERBARIUM and types: NBV. 



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BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: BFM 1418; BL 2: 423, 666; IH 2: 265; JW 1:443, 2: 192,3: 

354; Kew 2: 631 ; Rehder 5: 378. 

Brouwer, F. I., Leven en werken van E. Heimans en de opbloei der natuurstudie in 

Nederland in het begin van de 20ste eeuw. Groningen 195B, 402 p. (portr., biogr.). 
WesthofF, V.,Jaarboek Kon. Ned. Bot. Ver., Amsterdam 1965, p. 9-13; Grote Winkler Prins 

9: 238-239. 1969; Mens en Natuur 25(3): 93-98. 1974. 

note: Heimans published a "Geillustreerde flora van Nederland" together with Jac. P. Thijsse 
(q.v.) on 6 Mar 1899. From ed. 2 (publ. 12 Mai 1909) onward Hein Willem Heinsius (x- 
1939) was added to this team; fromed. 5 onward Jacobus Heimans (1889-x) acted in various 
capacities as co-author and editor. We have insufficient information on the many editions 
through which this popular flora went up to the present in order to treat this book in any 
detail. 

Heimans, Jacobus (1889- 1978), Dutch botanist; son of EU Heimans; speciahzed on 
Desmidiaceae, the genus Mentha and the phytogeography of the Netherlands. (J. Heimans). 

HERBARIUM and types: AMD, NDB. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: JW i: 443. 

2577. Das Genus Cosmocladium . . . Jena (Verlag von Gustav Fischer) 1935. Oct. {Cosmo- 

cladiurn) . 

Publ.: ]un-Oct 1935 (p. 3: i Mai 1935; FH rd. 6 Nov 1935), p. [i-ii], [i]-i32,/)/. /-5(uncol.). 

Copy: FH. - Pflanzenforschung, ed. R. Kolkwitz, Heft 18. - Prehminary pubhcation: 

Heimans, Rev. algol. 5: 21 5-225, />/. 13. 

Heimerl, Anton (1857- 1942), Austrian botanist; Dr. phil. Wien 1888; high school teacher 
at Sechshaus nr. Wien. (Heimerl). 

HERBARIUM and TYPES: Material at GRI, GZU, IB, LAU, LE, MANCH, W, WTU. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 4: 764, 6(i): 263; Backer p. 652; Barnhart 2: 150; BFM 

1095; BJI 1 : 25, 2: 73; BL 2: 407, 666; BM 2: 815, 6: 449; Bossert p. 170; CSP 10: 180, 12: 

322, 15: 732, 16: 420; DTS i: 108-109, 6(4): 71, 151; Hirsch p. 118; Hortus 3: 1194 

("Heimerl"); IH2: 265; Kew 2: 631-632; Langman p. 356; LS 11719-11722, 34380-34381; 

MW p. 166, suppl. p. 94; Nordstedt p. 18; Rehder 5: 378; TL-2/1711; Stevenson p. 1244 

("Heim.") ; Tucker i : 330, 775. 

Beck, G., Vegetationsverhaltn. Illyr. Lander 35. 1901 (Veg. Erde 4). 

Janchen, E., Richard Wettstein 187. 1933. 

Merrill, E. D., Contr. U. S. nad. Herb. 30(1): 146. 1947. 

Urban, L, Symb. ant. i : 67. 1898. 

COMPOSITE works: (i) In EP, Die natiirlichen Pflanzenf ami lien, ed. i (TL-2/1710): 
JVyctaginaceae, 3(iB): 14-32. Apr 1889; Nachtr. 2-4(1): 154-156. Aug 1897. 
P'hytolaccaceae, 3(iB): 1-14. Apr 1889; Nachtr. 2-4(1): 154. Aug 1897. 

(2) In EP, Die natiirlichen Pflanzenf amilien, ed. 2 (TL-2/171 1) : 
Achatocarpaceae, i6c: [174] -178. Jan-Apr 1934. 
Gyrostemonaceae, i6c: [165]- 173. Jan- Apr 1934. 
JVyctaginaceae, i6c: [86]-i34, 586-587. Jan-Apr 1934. 
Phytolaccaceae, i6c: [135]- 164. Jan-Apr 1934. 

(3) In Warming, Symbolae, part 35, p. 158-163, "1890", publ. 21 Apr 1891. 

eponymy: Heimerlia von Hohnel (1903); Heimerlia Skottsberg (1936); Heimerliodendron 
Skottsberg (1941). 

2578. Monographia sectionis ''Ptarmica" Achillae generis. Die Arten, Unterarten, Varieta- 
ten und Hybriden. Der Section Ptarmica des genus Achillea . . . Wien (Aus derkaiserlich- 
koniglichen Hof- und Staatsdruckerei. In Commission bei Karl Gerold's Sohn) 1884. Qu. 

[Monogr. Ptarmica). 



PMR:Augi884(Bot.Zeit. 26Sepi884;Nat.Nov. Sep(i) 1884), p. [i*], [i]-iv, [i]-8o,/>/. 7-5 
(uncol. liths. W. Liepoldt). Copies: B, G; IDC 10 12. - Reprinted from Denkschr. math.- 
naturw. CI. k. Akad. Wiss. 48 (Nichtmitgliedern) : 113-192,/)/. 1-3, [i]-iv. 

Ref.: Engler, A., Bot. Jahrb. 6(Lit.): 11-13. 24 Oct 1884. 

2579. Beitrdge zur Systematik der Nyctaginaceen . . . Wien (Im Selbstverlage des Verfassers) 
1897. Oct. {Beitr. Syst. Nyctag.). 

PubL: Mai-Jul 1897 (Nat. Nov. Aug(i) 1897), P- [i]-40- Copies: G, M, US, USDA. - 
Reprinted from xxiii Jahresb. k.k. Staats-Oberrealschule im xv. Bezirke von Wien 
(Fiinfriaus). 

2580. Monographie der Nyctaginaceen. I. Bougainvillea, Phaeoptilum, Colignonia. Wien (aus 
der Kaiserlich-koniglichen Hof- und Staatsdruckerei. In Commission bei Carl Gerold's 
Sohn). 1900. Qu. [Monogr. Nyctag.). 

PubL: Aug-Oct 1900 (Nat. Nov. Nov(i) 1900), p. [i], [i]-4i,/>/. 1-2 (with text; uncol. liths. A. 
Hennert, W. Liepoldt). Copies: M, USDA. - Reprinted from Denkschr. math.-naturw. 
Classe k. Akad. Wiss. 70: 97-137. "1900". publ. 1901. 

2581. Schulfiora jiir Osterreich (Alpen- und Sudetenlander, Kiistenland siidlich bis zum 
Gebiete von Triest). . . . Wien (Verlag von A. Pichlers Witwe & Sohn, . . .) 1903. Oct. 

{Schulfl. Osterr.). 

Ed. /: Feb-Mar 1903 (p. iv: Dec 1902; Nat. Nov. Apr(2) 1903; Bot. Zeit. i Apr. 1903), p. [i]- 

iv, [i]-543. Copies: Gutermann, L. 
Ed. 2: 1912 (Nat. Nov. Sep(i) 1912), p. [i]-ix, [i]-582, n.v. 
Ed. 2, dritter Abdruck: Jan-Mar 1921 (Nat. Nov. Apr 1921), p. [i]-ix, [i]-582. Copy: Cuter 

mann. "Zweite, vermehrte und verbesserte Auflage. 191 2. Dritter Abdruck." Wien (id.). 
Ed.j: Wien (Holder-Pichler-Tempsky A.G.) 1923, p. [i]-ix, [i]-582,/^. 1-362. Copy: U. 

2582. Flora von Brixen a. E. Ein mit Standorts- und Hohenangaben versehenes Verzeichnis 
der im Weiteren Gebiete von Brixen a. E. (Siidtirol) beobachteten wildwachsenden hoheren 
Sporen- und Samenpflanzen, der Nutzgewachse und Ziergeholze. Wien und Leipzig (Franz 
Deuticke) 191 1. Oct. {Fl. Brixen). 

PubL: Mai-Jun 191 1 (p. iv: Mar 191 1 ; Nat. Nov. Jun(2) 191 1), p. [i]-xxi, [i, h.t.], [i]-32i. 
Copy: G. - "Brixen a. E." or Brixen am Eisack is a town in Southern Tirol which became 
Italian in 191 9. It is now called Bressanone and is situated in Trentino-Alto Adige, a 
region of the province of Bolzano. 

Hein, Heinrich (/. 1877), German gardener ("Kunstgartner") in Hamburg (//. Hein). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. Exsiccatae: Oekonomisc he Flora, Hamburg 1881 ; Sammlung 

von in Deutschland . . . angebauten . . . Grdsern und Scheingrdsern, Hamburg 1881. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Jacksou p. 299; Rehder 5: 378. 

2583. Grdserflora von Nord- und Mittel-Deutschland. Eine genaue Beschreibung der Gattungen 
und Arten der im obgenannten Gebiete vorkommenden Gramineen, Cyperaceen und 
Juncaceen, mit ganz besonderer Beriicksichtigung der Synonymen und Bemerkungen iiber 
den Werth der einzelnen Arten fiir die Landwirthschaft. Nebst einem Anhange . . . Ein 
Hiilfs- und Nachschlagebuch fiir Gutsbesitzer, Forst- und Landwirthe, Samenhandler, 
Kunst- und Handelsgartner, Gartenbesitzer, Naturfreunde, Lehrer und Schiiler. Weimar 
(Bernhard Friedrich Voigt) 1877. Oct. [Grdserfl. N.-Mitt.-DeutschL). 

Ed. i: Mar 1877 (see Flora 11 Apr 1877 and Bot. Zeit. 23 Mar 1877), p. [i]-x, [i]-420. Copies: 

B, G, US. 
Ed. 2: Feb-Mai 1880 (Bot. Zeit. 25 Jun 1880; p. vii: Jan 1880), p. [iii]-x, [i]-420. Copy: B. - 

Weimar (id.) 1880. Oct. 

Hein, Theodor (fl. 1874), German high school teacher and bryologist at Troppau. (T. 

Hein) . 

139 



Hem, Theodor {fl. 1874), ctd.: 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: CSP 7: 938; Dryandcr 3: 544; Klastersky p. 89. 

2584. Jahresbericht iiber die Staats-Ober-Realschule in Troppau fiir das Schuljahr 1873-74 
. . . ig.Jahrgang . . . Beitrdge zur Laubmoosflora des Troppauer Kreises . . . Troppau (Druckvon 
August Riedel) 1874. Oct. {Beitr. Laubm.-Fl. Troppau). 

Publ.: Aug 1874 (p. 84: 31 Jul 1874), p. [i]-84. Copy: MO. -Beitrdge on p. 3-33. 

Heineck, Otto (i860-?), German botanist; Dr. phil. Giessen 1890. {Heineck). 
HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 
BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 151. 

2585. Beitrag zur Kenntnis desfeineren Baues der Fruchtschale der Kompositen. Inaugural-Disser- 
tation zur Erlangung der Doktorwiirde bei der Philosophischen Fakultat der Ludwigs- 
Universitat zu Giessen eingereicht von Otto Heineck aus Hungen. Leipzig (Druck von C. G. 
Naumann) 1890. Oct. [Beitr. Bau Fruchtsch. Kompos.). 

Publ. -.Sep 1890 (Nat. Nov. Sep(i) 1890; Flora rd. 23 Oct 1890), p. [i], [i]-26, pi. 1-4, i chart. 
Copy: MO. 

Heinricher, Emil Johann Lambert (1856- 1934), Austrian botanist; Dr. phil. Graz 
1879; from 1889 director of the botanical garden and professor of botany at Innsbruck 
University. (Heinr.). 

HERBARIUM and types: IB. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: i5i;BJI i : 25, 2: 73;BM6: 449; Bossertp. 170; 

CSP 10: 181, 12: 322-323, 15: 734-735; DeToni i: Ixii; DTS i: 109, 6(4): 68, 69, 151-152; 

Hirschp. 118; IH 2: 265;Jacksonp. 88; Kew2: 635; Lenley p. 217; LS 11726-11729,34387- 

34388, suppl. 11160-11162; Merrill p. 166; Moebiusp. 279; MWp. i66;Rehder5: 378; SK 

1 : 224; Tucker i : 331. 

Bergdolt, E., Karl von Goebel 213, 219. 1941. 

Sperlich, Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 52: (i88)-(205). 1934 (bibl.; portr.). 

Verdoorn, F., Chron. bot. i: 85. 1935 (portr.). 

2586. Monographie der Gattung Lathraea . . . Mit 45 Abbildungen im Text und 5 Tafeln. Jena 
(Gustav Fischer) 1931. Oct. [Monogr. Lathraea). 

Publ.: 1 93 1 (rd.atU: i Dec i93i),p. [i]-iv, [i]-i5i, [i52,expl. pl.],j&/. i-j.Copies:lJ,lJSDA. 
Re/.: Weiss, J. Bot. 70: 175-176. Jun 1932 (rev.). 
Melchior, H., Bot. Jahrb. 66(Lit.): 9. 1934. 

Heinsen, Ernst {Ji. 1894), German botanist. [Heinsen). 

HERBARIUM and types: East African material at B, BR, K. 

bibliography and biography: Barnhart 2: 151 ; DTS 3: xliii; IH 2: 265; Kew p. 635; LS 
1 1 730; Urban-Berl. p. 354. 

eponymy: Heinsenia K. M. Schumann (1897). 

2587. Die Makrosporen und das weibliche Prothallium von Selaginella. Inaugural-Dissertation der 
hohen philosophischen Facultat der Universitat Rostock zur Erlangung der Doctorwiirde 
vorgelegt von Ernst Heinsen aus Gliicksburg . . . Mimchen (Druck von Cal. Hofling, . . . ) 
1894. Oct. [Makrosp. Selaginella) . 

Publ.: 4jun 1894 (journal publ.; repr.: Nat. Nov. Dec(i) 1894), p. [i]-S3,pl- /6'(uncol. hth. 
auth.). Copy: MO. - Reprinted from Flora 78(3) : 466-496, pi. 16. 4 Jun 1894. 

140 



HEISTER 

Heinzel, Philipp Gustav (1816-?), German botanist; Dr. phil. Breslau 1844. {Heinzel). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 152; CSP 3: 262; PR 3916 (ed. i : 4291). 

2588. De Macrozamia Preissii. Dissertatio inauguralis botanica quam consensu et auctoritate 
amplissimi philosophorum ordinis in alma litterarum universitate viadrina ad summos in 
philosophia honores rite impetrandos die xi. m. nov. mdcccxliv h.l.q.s. publice defendet 
auctor Gustavus Heinzel, vralislaviensis . . . Vratislaviae [Breslau] (typis Grassii, Barthii et 
Socii) s.d. [1844]. Qu. {Macrozamia Preissii) . 

Publ.: 1 1 Nov 1844, p. [i]-58,/?/. 1-4 {i-j plain, 4 partly col.; liths. by Gottsche and Theodor 

Fischer). Copy: WU. - Reprinted from Nova Acta Leop. 21(1): [20i]-2^8, pi. lo-i^. 
Reprint with original pagination; plates numbered 10, 2, j, ij, at KNAW. - "De Macrozamia 

Preissii auctore Gustavo Heinzel. Cum tabulis iv. lithographicis. Acad. trad. d. viii Jul. a. 

mdcccxliv." 
Ref.: Gottsche, C. M., Bot. Zeit. 3: 366-376, 377-385, 398-405, 413-419, 433-437, 447-454- 

1845 (extensive review). 

Heister, Lorenz (1683-1758), German botanist; professor of medicine at Helmstadt. 

{Heist.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Some material at BM-Sloane. 
Ref.: Dandy, J. E., Sloane herb. 136. 1958. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: ADB 1 1 : 672; AG 7: 383; Barnhart 2: 152; BM 2: 816-817; 

Bossert p. 170; Frank 3(Anh.) : 43; Hortus 3: 1 195 ("Heist.") ; Jackson p. 428; Kew 2: 636; 

Moebiusp.46; NI 842-843; PR 3918-3929 (ed. 1 : 4293-4310); Rehder 5: 379; RSp. 87; SO 

628, 633, 1337; TL-2/i73;8; Tucker 1: 331; Zander ed. 10, p. 668-669. 

Blum, Ber. Senckenb. naturf Ges. Wiss., Abt. 1901 : 8. 

Dandy, J. E., Index of generic names 9, 14. 1967. 

Fries, Th. M., Bref Skriv. Linne 1(4): 361. 1910, 1(5): 266. 191 1. 

Helm, Beitr. Biol. Pflanzen 44: 1-57. 1968 (on Sprekelia Heister and its publication; many 

refs. to Heister sources) . 
Hulth, J. M., Bref Skrifv. 2(1) : 369-371. 1916,2(2): 122,123. 1943. 
Jourdan, Diet. Sci. med. 5: 131-138. 1822 (extensive bibl.). 
Nicolas, J. P. in Lawrence, G. H. M. ed., Adanson i: 161-162. 1963. 
Reess, M., Pflege Bot. Franken 9-10, 18. 1884. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 129. 1903. 

handwriting: Dandy, J. E., The Sloane herbarium, London 1938, facs. no. 60. 

eponymy: Heisteria Linnaeus (1758, nom. rej.); Heisteria N. J. Jacquin (1760, nam. cons.); 
//m^mfl Fabricius (1763). 

2589. Dissertatio medica inauguralis de Pipere quam gratiosissimae facultatis medicae con 
sensu praeside Laurentio Heistero . . . pro gradu doctoris in juleo majori horis ante et post 
meridiem consuetis defendet Georgius Conradus Pfeffer onoldinus d. xxvii. Septembr. 
mdccxl. Helmstaedii [Helmstadt] (ex officina Schnorriana) s.d. [1740]. Qu. {De Pipere). 
Publ.: 27 Sep 1740, p. [i]-48, i pi., [i, expl. p\.].Copies: B, MO. 

2590. Dissertatio inauguralis medico-botanica sistens meditationes et animadversiones in novum 
systema botanicum sexuale Linnaei quam gratiosae facultatis medicae consensu in incluta 
academia julia praeside Laurentio Heistero . . . pro gradu doctoris legitime impetrando 
horis ante- et pomeridianis consuetis in juleo majore publice eruditorum ventilationi 
subjiciet autor responsurus Philippus Casparus Goeckelius Horicus. D. xvi. August, mdccxli. 
Typis schnorrianis. Qu. {Medit. nov. syst. bot.). 

Publ: 16 Aug 1 74 1, p. [i-iv], [i]-6o. Copy: USDA. 

2591. Laurentii Heisteri systema plantarum generale ex fructificatione cui annectuntur regulae 

141 



eiusdem de nominibus plantarum a celeb. Linnaei longe diversae. Helmstadii (apud Chris- 
tian. Frederic. Weygand) 1748. Oct. {Syst. pi. general.). 
Publ.: 1748, p. [i]-48. Copies: BM, US (photocopy). 

2592. Laurentii Heisteri . . . Descriptio novi generis plantae rarissimae et speciosissimae afri- 
canae ex Bulbosarum classe cui in honorem atque sempiternam memoriam serenissimi 
principis ac domini Domini Caroh Brunsvicensium ac Luneburgensium ducis hodie reg- 
nantis tanquam rei herbariae summi promotoris et fautoris munificentissimi Brunsvigiae 
illustre nomen imposuit. In qua simul mukae botanicorum quorundam hallucinationes 
indicantur et emendantur cum tribus magnis tabulis aeneis hujus plantae coloribus natu- 
ralibus repraesentatae. Brunsvigae [Braunschweig] (Typis Orphanotrophei) 1753. Fol. 
(Descr. nov. gen.). 

Publ.: 1753, before i Mai (fide Rothmaler 1944) p. [i]-xxviii,j&/. i-j, hand-coloured copper 
engr. Copies: G, MO, NY, USDA; IDC 5252. - The names published in this work were 
vahdly published in the 1755 German edition (see no. 2593). 

Ref.: Rothmaler, W., Fedde Repert. Sp. Nov. 53: 30. 1944. 

2593. Lorenz Heisters . . . Beschreibung eines neuenGeschlechtsvoneinersehrrarenunduheraus 
schonen Afrikanischen Pflanze aus der Famihe der Zwiebelgewachse, welche er zu Ehren 
und immerwahrenden Andenken des durchlauchigsten Fiirsten und Herrn, Herrn Karls isst 
regierenden Herzogs zu Braunschweig und Luneburg als des mildreichesten Beforders aller 
und besonders auch der Krauterwissenschaft den Namen Brunsvigia beygeleget wobey 
zugleich viele Irrthiimer einiger Krauterkenner angezeignet und verbessert werden, nebst 
drey grossen Kupferplatten worauf obige Pflanze mit lebendigen Farben nach dem Leben 
dargestellet wird. Braunschweig (gedruckt im grossen Waysenhause) 1755. Fol. [Beschr. neu. 
Geschl.). 

Publ.: 1755, p. [i]-40,/)/. 1-3 (hand-coloured copper engr.). Copies: MICH, NY. - German 
translation of no. 2592 (see above). Contains the vahd publication of names appearing in 
the pre-linnaean 1753 latin version. 

Heldmann, C. (/. 1837), German botanist. {Heldmann). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY I BM 2 : 8 1 7 ; CSP 3 : 263 ; Jackson p. 305 ; PR 3930 ; Rehder i : 
379- 

2594. Oberhessische Flora. Taschenbuch zum Gebrauch auf botanischen Excursionen in der 
Umgebung von Marburg und Giessen, enthaltend eine Aufzahlung der wildwachsenden 
und haufiger angebauten Gefasspflanzen. Marburg (im Verlag von Christian Garthe) 1837. 
Duod. [Oberhess. FL). 

Publ.: 1837 (p. x:Jan 1837; Flora rd. 6 Nov 1837), p. [i*-vi*], [i]-x, [i]-4i5. Coj&zVj: L, NY. 

Heldreich, Theodor von (1822-1902), German-born botanist; in Greece from 1843-1849 
and 1851-1902; plant collector and director of the Athens botanical garden and natural 
history museum. [Heldr.). 

HERBARIUM and types: B. - Exsiccatae: Heldreich distributed many series of exsiccatae which 
are enumerated by Index herbariorum and by Briquet ( 1 940) . Best known and widespread is 
the series Herbarium graecum. normale {ser. i,cent. 1-8, 1 854-1 86 1, nos. 1-812, ser. 2, cent. 8-16, 
1885-1900, nos. 813-1599). 
Ref.: Husnot, T. H., Rev. bryol. 14(4): 52-54. 1887. 

Anon., Bot. Gaz. 32: 379. 1901. 

Greuter, W., CandoUea 23(2): 257-265. 1968 (on autograph herbarium labels). 

Kukkonen, I., Herb. Christian Steven 53. 1971 (1000 specimens). 

Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Card. 19(3) : 334. i975- 

Steinberg, C, Webbia 32(1): 26. 1977 (material at FI). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: AG i : 215, 2(2): 283, 12(1): 207; Backer p. 257; Barnhart 2: 
i52;BJl2:73;BM2:8i7;Bossertp. i7o;Clokiep. 181 ; CSP 3: 263,6: 684, 10: 183-184, 12: 

142 



HELDREICH 

323, 15: 738; Frank 3(Anh.): 43; Hortus 3: 1195 ("Heldr."); IH 2: 266; Jackson p. 557 
[index] ; Kew 2 : 637; Laseguep. 556; LS 1 1754; PR 3931; Rehders: 379;Saccardo i :88, 2: 
58; Tucker i: 331; Urban-Berl. p. 134, 301, 355; Zander ed. 10, p. 668-669. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1903: 34; Bull. Acad. int. Geogr. bot. 11(156): [293]. 1902; Bull. Soc. bot. 

Fr. 2: 68, 559. 1855 (on exs.); J. Bot. i: 288. 1863 (prospectus exs.). 
Berchem, Mem. Soc. Phys. Hist. nat. Geneve 34: 373-375- 1904. 
Boissier, E., Fl. orient, i : xiii, xiv, xvi, xix. 1867. 
Briquet, J., Bull. Soc. bot. Suisse 50a: 259-266. 1940 (bibl.). 
Halacsy, Magy. bot. Lap. i: 325-336. 1902 (portr.). 
Leimbach, G., Theodor von Heldreich . . . Erinnerungsblatt den Lesern der Deutschen 

Botanischen Monatsschrift gewidmet. s.l.n.d. (Engel coll. DS) (see also Deut. bot. Mo- 

natschr. 20: 33-34. 1902, portr.). 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 148. 1903, 3(3): 158,/)/. 134. 1905 (portr.). 

note: See Webb for Webb et Heldreich, Catalogus plantarum hispanicarum ... ab A. Blanco 
lectarum, Paris, Jul 1850, an example of effective publication by indelible autography as 
mentioned by ICBN Art. 29.3 (example). 

handwriting: Webbia 32(1): 27. 1977 (no. 54). 

eponymy: Heldreichia Boissier (1841) [sic]. (The young Heldreich's successful collecting 
journey to Sicily in 1 840-1 841, was the motive for Boissiers' dedication). 

2595. Die Nutzpflanzen Griechenlands . Mit besonderer Beriicksichtigung der neugriechischen 
und pelasgischen Vulgarnamen . . . Athen (Karl Wilberg) 1862. Oct. [Nutzpfl. Griechenl.). 
Pm^/. : Jan-Sep 1862 (Flora rd. ,Oct 1862), p. [i]-viii, [i]-i03, [104, err.]. Copies: G, L, M, 

MO, USDA. 
Ref.: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 20: 406-407. 21 Nov 1862. 

2596. Sertulum plantarum novarum vel minus cognitarum^orae hellenicae. Florentiae [Firenze] 
(Ex typis M. Ricci) 1876. Oct. {Sertul.fl. hellen.). 

PubL: 1876, p. [i]-i6. Copies: G, M, MO. - Atti Congr. bot. int. Firenze 136-137, [227]-240. 
1874. 

2597. Catalogus systematicus herbarii Theodori G. Orphanidis professoris botanices nunc munifi- 
centia clarissimi Theodori P. Rhodocanakis in museo botanico universitatis Athenarum . . . 
Fasciculus primus Leguminosae sumptibus universitatis Athenarum. Florentiae [Firenze] 
(ex officina M. Ricci) 1877. Oct. (in fours)"!". {Cat. herb. Orphanidis). 

PubL: Apr-Aug 1877 (p. viii: 3 Mar 1877; Bot. Zeit. 31 Aug 1877; J. Bot. Oct 1877), p. [i]- 
viii, [i]-79. Copies: M, MO, NY. 

2598. Die Pflanzen der Attischen Ebene von Theodor von Heldreich (Erschienen als Heft 5 der 
Griechischen Jahreszeiten herausgegeben von August Mommsen.) Schleswig (JuHus 
Bergas) 1877. Oct. {Pfl. Att. Ebene). 

PubL: 1877 (Flora rd. 21 Oct-30 Nov 1877), p. [i], [47i]-597- Copy: M. -Aug. Mommsen, 
Griechische Jahreszeiten [47i]-597- 1877. 

2599. liber die Liliaceen-Gattung Leopoldia und ihre Arten; von Th. von Heldreich. Moskau 
(Typographic der Univprsitat) 1878. {Leopoldia). 

PubL: 1878 (p. 20:21 Feb 1878; Nat. Nov Apr(i) 1879), cover (t.p.), p. [iy20. Copies: G, M. 
- Reprinted from Bull. Soc. Natural. Moscou 53: 56-75. 1875. ■^ote: Bot. Jahrb. i : 56. 30 
Apr 1880 cites as imprint "Bergas, Schleswig 1879." 

2600. Flora de Lile de Cephalonie ou catalogue des plantes qui croissent naturellement et se 
cultivent le plus frequemment dans cette tie, redige d'apres les indications des auteurs et ses 
propres observations par Th. de Heldreich. Lausanne (Georges Bridel) 1882. Oct. {Fl. 
Cephalonie) . 

PubL:\a.te 1882 or early 1883 (p. [7]:Jun 1882; Nat. Nov.Jun &Jul 1883; Bot. Zeit. 29jan 

1883; J. Bot. Mai 1883), p. [i]-90. Copies: G, USDA. 
Other issue: 1883, identical with 1882 issue but with a cover dated 1883, p. [i]-go. Copy: NY. 

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2601. E Moris tes Theras. En Athenais (ek ton typographeiou thes Estias) 1899. Oct. {Chlor. 
Theras) . 

PiibL: 1899 (p. 35: Jan 1899), p. [i]-35. Copy: G. - Reprinted from Parnassos, ann. 1899. 

2602. Die Flora der Insel Thera von Th. von Heldreich. Aus Hiller von Gaertringen Thera 
Band i besonders abgedruckt. Berlin (Georg Reimer) 1899. Qu. {Fl. Thera). 

Pm6/. : Jan-Jul 1899 (Bot. Zeit. i Aug 1899), p. [i], [i]-i9, 3 photographs. Copy: USDA. - 
German version of the above. 

Hellbom, Pehr Johan (182 7- 1903), Swedish Uchenologist, high school teacher at Orebro; 
Dr. phil. Uppsala 1851. [Hellb.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown; various collections at B, BM, GB, K, L, LD, PC, S, STU, 
UPS, WRSL partly as Lichenes lapponiae (ed. 1871) and as Unio iteneraria crypt, (lichenes, 
musci, ed. 1867), e.g. at FH. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 153; BM 2: 817-818; BL 2: 546, 666; Bossert p. 

170; CSP 7: 942-943, 10: 185, 15: 740; GR p. 476,/)/. \j8\, cat. p. 64; IH 2: 266 Jackson p. 

338; Kew2: 638; Kleppap. 324; KRp. 282-283; LS 1 1 757-1 1771 ; PR 3933; Rehder i : 355; 

SBC p. 1 22 ("Hellb.") ; Tucker i : 332 ; Urban-Berl. p. 287, 30 1 . 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1903: 96. 

Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 41. 1903, 3(3): i^,pl- 112. 1905 (portr.). 

2603. Fdrteckning pa phanerogamer och ormbunkar i Osterdkers socken af Sodermanland. Akademisk 
afhandling, mid vidtberomda philos. facultetens tillstand, under inseende af mag. Elias 
Fries, . . . for philosophiska graden forfattad och utgifven af Pehr Joh. Hellbom af Soder- 
manlands och Nerikes landskap, och till offentlig granskning framstalld pa Gustav. Audi- 
torium den 13 Junii 1851. p.v.t.fm. Upsala (C. A. Leffler) 1851. Oct. [Forteckn. phan. 
Sodermanland) . 

Publ.: 13 Jun 1851 (date defense thesis), p. [i]-29. Copy: NY. 

2604. Nerikes lafflorasiiV.^.YitWhlom, . . . Orebro (abr. Bohlin, pa forfattarens forlag) 187 1. 
Oct. {Nerik. laffl.). 

Publ.: Mai-Aug 1871 (p. [iv] : i Apr 1871 ;Bot. Not. 15 Sep 1871 ; Hedwigiajan 1872), p. [i*- 
iv*], [i]-xxviii, [i]-i5i. Copies: G, L, MO. - KR mentions a preliminary publ. of 30 p.: 
Orebro h. elem.-larov. arsred. 1870. (part i: Usneei-Parmeliei) (LS 11763). 

Ref.: Hellbom, P. J., Om Nerikes lafvegetation, K. Sv. Vet.-Akad. Handl. ny foljcl 9(11), 
1871, 91 p. (submitted 14 Sep 1870). 

2605. Norrlands Iqfvar . . . Stockholm (Kongl. Boktryckeriet. P. A. Norstedt & Soner) 1884. 
Qu. {Norrl. lafo.). 

Publ.: 1884 (submitted 14 Nov 1883; Nat. Nov. Mai(2) 1885), p. [i]-i3i. Coj&j: US. -K. Sv. 
Vet.-Akad. Handl. 20(8). 

2606. Lafvegetationen pa oarne vid Sveriges vestkust . . . Stockholm (Kongl. Boktryckeriet P. A. 
Norstedt & Soner) 1887. Oct. {Lafveg. dame Sv. vestk.). 

Publ.: 1887 (submitted 13 Oct 1886), p. [1]--]%. Copies: G, U, US. -Bihang K. Sv. Vet.-Akad. 
Handl. 12, afd. 3, no. 4. 

2607. Bornholms lafflora . . . Stockholm (Kongl. Boktryckeriet. P. A. Norstedt & Soner) 1890. 
Oct. {Bornholms laffl.) . 

Publ.: late 1890 or Jan-Mar 1891 (submitted 12 Feb 1890; Bot. Centralbl. Apr 1891; Nat. 
Nov. Nov 1893), p. [i]-i 19- Copies: B, G, NY, U, US. -Bih. Sv. Vet.-Akad. Handl. 16, afd. 
3, no. I, 1890, (publ. 1891?). "Diese Zusammenstellung, der lediglich politische, nicht 
aber rein wissenschaftliche Riicksichten . . . zu Grunde liegen, ..." (Minks, Bot. Cen- 
tralbl. 46: 24-29. 1891). 

2608. Lichenaea neo-zeelandica seu lichenes Novae Zeelandiae a Sv. Berggren annis 1874-1875 
collecti, additis ceteris speciebus indidem hue usque cognitis, breviter commemoratis. 
Stockholm (Kungl. Boktryckeriet. P. A. Norstedt & Soner) 1896. Oct. {Lick. Neo-zeel.). 

144 



HELLENIUS 

PubL: 1896 (submitted 13 Nov 1895; Nat. Nov. Jan(2) 1897), p. [i]-i50. Copies: U, US. - 
Bih. K. Sv. Vet.-Akad. Handl. 21, afd. 3, no. 13. 

Hellenius, Carl Niclas (from 181 6 adl. von Hellens) (1745- 1820), Finnish botanist, 
professor of economics and natural history at Abo 1793-18 16. {Hell.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Destroyed almost completely in the great fire of Turku (Abo); 
remaining part at H. 

Ref.: Kukkonen, I. & Viljamaa, K., Herb. Christ. Steven 53. 1971 ; Ann. Bot. Fenn. 10: 309- 
336- 1973- 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 3: 603; Bamhart 2: 153; BM 2: 818; CSP 3: 264; 

Dryander5: 276; GR p. 617; Kew 2: 638; KR p. 283; LS 11 772; MWp. 166; PR 3934-3943 

(ed. 1 : 4318-4331) ; Rehder 5: 379-380; Saelan p. 161-164; TR 521-530. 

CoUander, R., Hist. bot. Finland 14. 1965. 

Eriksson, G., Bot. hist. Sverige 283. 1969. 

Fries, Th. M., Bref Skrifv. Linne i (5) : 221, 236. 191 1. 

Hjelt, O. E. A., Naturhistoriens studium i Finland, Helsingfors 1868, p. 168-174 (incl. 

bibliography, p. 169-174); Naturalhistoriens studium vid Abo universitet, Helsingfors 

1896, p. 327-359 etc. 
Scheutz, N.J. W., Bot. Not. 1863: 69. 
Urban, I., Symb. ant. i: 67. 1898. 

eponymy: Hellenia A.J. Retzius (1791); Hellenia Willdenow [ijgj)- 

handwriting: Ann. bot. fenn. 10: 333. 1973. 

2609. D.D. Hypericum, quod, dissertatione botanico-medica, consens. exper. facult. med. 
upsal. praeside viro nobilissimo atque generosissimo, D:no Doct. Carolo a Linne, . . . pro 
gradu doctoris, in audit. Carol, maj. die 20 nov. a. 1776. Horis a. et p.m. solitis. Exhibet 
Carolus Nicol. Hellenius, Tavastia-Fenno, mag. doc. ad reg. acad. aboensem. Upsaliae 
[Uppsala] (typis Edmannianis) s.d. [1776]. Qja. (Hypericum). 

Orig. ed.: 20 Nov 1776, p. [i-iv], [i]-i4, / pi. (uncol. copper engr. of drawings by Joh. 
Afzelius). Copies: MICH, MO, NY. - Accepted by Krok as having been written by 
Hellenius, in view of the late date. Carl von Linne fil. acted as praeses on behalf of his 
father. (Egenhandiga Anteckningar af Carl Linnaeus 155. 1823) (SO 2459). 

JVote: last dissertation defended under Linnaeus. 

Reprint: in Linnaeus, Amoen. acad., ed. Schreber, 8 (no. 171): 318-332. 1785 (SO 1313). 

2610. D.D. Dissertatio academica sistens hortum academiae aboensis, cujus partem primam, 
venia amplissimae facultatis philosophicae in regio academia aboensi, publico examini 
submittunt Carolus Nic. Hellenius, . . . ex Josephus Mollin, stipend, reg. ostrobotniensis, in 
auditorio majori die xix junii mdcclxxix, h.p.m.s. Aboae [Abo, Tiirkii] (impressa apud 
viduam reg. acad. typ. J. C. Frenckell) s.d. 1779. Qu. (Diss. hort. abo.). 

PubL: 19 Jun 1779, p. [i-iv], [i]-30. Copies: H, NY. - This is the first of a series of eight 
dissertations with this title, as follows [copies at NY) : 

pars (i) author, (2) co-defend. pagination date 



I 


Josephus MoUin (2) 


[i-iv], [i]-30 


igjun 1779 


2 


Joh. Fedr. Wallenius (i), 
Carolus Fredericus Kunckel (2) 


[i-ii], 32-48 


1 5 Jun 1803 


3 


Joh. Fredr. Wallenius (i), 
Josephus Ikalen (2) 


[i-ii], 49-61 


5 Dec 1804 


4 


Fredr. Wilh. Radlofr(i), 
Gustavus Eriksson (2) 


[i-iii], 65-72 


17 Dec 1807 


5 


Fredr. Wilh. Radloff(i), 
Nicolaus Abrahamus Ursin (2) 


[i-iii], 73-81 


17 Dec 1807 


6 


Laur. Joh. Prytz (i), 
Petrus Adolph. Bonsdorff (2) 


[i-ii], 83-97 


1 1 Jun 1814 



145 



HELLENIUS 

pars (i) author, (2) co-defend. pagination date 

7 Laur. Joh. Prytz (i), [i-ii], 98-1 1 1 iijuni8i4 
Matthias Baeck (2) 

8 Laur. Joh. Prytz ( I ), [i-iii], 1 12-125 isJun 1814 
Christoph. Rud. Hjertman (2) 

261 1. D.A.G. Dissertatio botanico de Hippuride. Quam cons. ampl. fac. philos. aboens. 
praeside Dn. Carolo Nicol. Hellenio, . . . pro laurea pubUco examini modeste submittit 
Carolus Reginaldus Brander satacundensis. In auditorio majori die [xxii, in ink or pencil] 
Februarii anni mdcclxxxvi, horis ante meridiem consvetis. Aboae (typis viduae R. Acad. 
Typogr.J. C. Frenckell) [1786]. Qu. {De Hippuride). 

Publ.: 22 Feb 1786 (date defense thesis), p. [i]-2i, i pi. Copies: H, NY. - Reprinted: Usteri, 
Delectus opusculorum botanicorum i: 1-22. 1790. 

2612. D.D. Dissertatio botanica de Evonymo. Quam consens. ampHss. facult. philosoph. in 
reg. Acad, aboensi, praeside Dn. Carolo Nicol. Hellenio, . . . pro laurea publico examini 
tradit Carolus Ascholin satacundensis. In auditorio majori die [xxv.] februarii anni mdcclx- 
xxvi, horis ante meridiem solitis. Aboae (typis viduae R. Acad. Typogr.J. C. Frenckell) s.d. 
[ 1 786] . Qu. {De Evonymo) . 

Publ.: 25 Feb 1786 (date defense thesis), p. [i]-25, i pi. Copies: H, NY. -Reprinted: Usteri, 
Delectus opusculorum botanicorum 1(5): 81-104. I790- 

2613. Q.F.S.F.Q. Dissertatio botanica de Tropaeolo. Quam consent, ampl. facult. philos. 
aboens. praeside d:no Car. Nicol. Hellenio . . . , pro gradu publico examini subjicit, Axelius 
Fredericus Laurell, ... in auditorio majori die xiii junii an. mdcclxxxix, h.p.m.c. Aboae 
[Abo, Tiirkii] (typis Frenckellianis) [1789]. Qu. {De Tropaeolo). 

Publ.: 13 Jun 1789, p. [i-ii], [i]-26, i pi. (uncol. copp.). Copies: H, NY. 

2614. D.D. Dissertatio botanicae de Cichorio. Quam, consent, ampl. facult. philos. aboens. 
praeside D:no Car. Nicol. Hellenio, . . . publico examini subjicit Henricus Nelly, Svio- 
Gothius, in auditorio majori die xxx maji an. mdccxcii. h.a.m.c. Aboae [Abo, Tiirkii] (typis 
Frenckellianis). s.d. [1792]. Qu. {De Cichorio). 

Publ.: 30 Mai 1792, p. [i-ii], [i]-i8. Copy: NY. 1. 

] ■ 
Heller, Amos Arthur (1867- 1944), American plant collector; field agent for USDA 1872- 
1896; at the University of Minnesota 1896- 1898, from 1908-1913 at the University of 
Nevada; from 191 3-1938 teacher at Chico high school, Chico, California; founder and 
publisher of Muhlenbergia. {A. Heller). 

HERBARIUM and types: BKL (acquired 191 3), WTU (later herb.). Duplicates in many 
herbaria, see IH. Many collections w^ith others, especially with his wife Emily Gertrude 
Holbach Heller (1869- 1939; see Barnhart 2: 153). Early collections at F; Hawaiian col- 
lections (1896) at MIN. 
Exsiccatae: i. Plants of the Hawaiian Islands, coll. 1895, numbered irregularly. See IH for sets. 

2. Plants of Porto Rico, Fungi of Porto Rico, see Stevenson (1971). 

3. Plants of California, (coll. 1902), California fungi (coll. 1903). 

4. North American plants collected chiefly in Southern Virginia in 1893. Richmond 1894 (316 
sp.). 

Ref: Gager, Brooklyn Bot. Gard. Record 2: 127. 1913. 
Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(3) : 335. i975- 
Stevenson, J., Beih. Nova Hedwigia 36: 180-184. 1971. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : 1 53 ; BL i : 11 o, 1 58, 1 74, 205, 211,216, 300 ; BM 
2:818; Bossert p. 170; CSP 15: 740-741, 18: 791 ; GR p. 222; Hortus 3: 11 95 ("A. Heller"); 
IF p. 702; IH 2: 267; Kew 2: 638; Langman p. 356-357; Lenley p. 217; LS 1 1774; NAF 
28B(2): 334, ser. 2.2: 16, 5: 241-242; NW p. 48; Pennell p. 609; Rehder 5: 380; Tucker i : 
332; Urban-Berl. p. 267, 355; Zander ed. 10, p. 669. 

Anon., Bull. Torrey bot. CI. 26: 23. 1899 (trip to Porto Rico); J. New York Bot. Gard. 45: 
185-186. 1944. 

146 



Blankinship, J. W., Montana Agric. Coll. Sci. Studies Bot. 1:13. 1904. 

Boone, W., Hist. bot. W. Virg. 172. 1965. 

Cantelow, Leaflets west. Bot. 8: 92. 1957. 

Ewan, J., Rocky Mount. Naturalists 226. 1950. 

Harshberger, J. W., Bot. Philadelphia 382-388. 1899. 

Heller, A. A., Observations on the ferns and flowering plants of the Hawaiian Islands, 

Minnesota botanical Studies no. i, p. 760-922. 1897 (additional to Hillebrand, Fl. Haw. 

Isl., TL-2/2778). 
Holmgren, P. K., Personal communication to authors. 
MacCaughey, Hawaiian Forester Agric. 16: 51. 19 19. 
PenneU, F. W., Bartonia 22: 22. 1943. 

Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Cofl. Acad. Phila. p. 474 [index]. 1963. 
Piper, C. v., Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 11 : 19. 1906. 
Reifschneider, O., Biogr. Nevada bot. 1844-1963: 82-83. 1964 (portr.). 
Reveal, J., in A. Cronquist et al., Intermountain flora i : 61-62. 1972 (coll., portr.). 
Rickett, H. W., Index Bull. Torrey bot. CI. 46. 1955. 
Thomas, J. H., Contr. Dudley Herb. 5(6) : 156. 1961 ; Flora of Santa Cruz Mountains 1961 ; 

Huntia 3: 21-22. 1969 (portr.). 
Urban, I., Symb. ant. 3: 58-59. 1902 (itin., coll. W. Indies). 

COMPOSITE works: Edited: Muhlenbergia, A journal of botany, vols. 1-9, 1 900-1915 (see e.g. 
Hudspath, MentzeHa2: 16-17. 1977). 

eponymy: Helleranthus ]. K. Small (1903). 

2615. Preliminary enumeration of the lichens of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. By A. Arthur 
Heller. Lancaster, Pa. February 15, 1893. {Prelim, enum. lich. Lancaster). 

Publ.: 15 Feb 1893, p. [1-4]. Copies: G, US. 

2616. Botanical explorations in Southern Texas during the season of 1894 . . . [Lancaster Pa.] 
(The new era printing house) 1895. Oct. (size). {Bot. explor. S. Texas). 

Publ.:6 Feb 1895, p. [i]-i i6,pl. 1-9 (uncol. liths.). Copies: G, MICH, MO, NY, US, USDA. 
- [headline t.p.:] Contributions from the Herbarium of Franklin and Marshall College, 
Lancaster, Pa. no. i. Contains author's itinerary. 

2617. Catalogue of North American plants north of Mexico, exclusive of the lower cryptogams. By 
A. A. HeUer. Issued March 10, 1898. Price 60 cents, s.l. [Lancaster Pa.], Oct. {Cat. N. Amer. 
pi). 

Ed. i: 10 Mar 1898 (p. 8: Mar 1898; Nat. Nov. Aug(2) 1898, Fern Bull. Apr 1898), p. [i]- 
160. Copies: G, MICH, MO, NY, US. - 14.534 taxa enumerated. 

Ed. 2: 10 Nov 1900, p. [i]-252, (9-236 one-sided). Copies: MICH, MO, NY, US, USDA. - 
16.673 taxa enumerated. 

Ed. 3: 1909-1914, p. 1-276. Copy: USDA (p. 13-276 only). - Remained incompleted; 
enumerates 15.319 taxa. Published 1912-1914? (See BL). 

Heller, Carl Bartholomaus (1824- 1880), Moravia-born Austrian traveller and natural- 
ist; in Mexico 1845- 1848. (C. Heller). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown (according to Klastersky in the royal cabinet at Viden 

(Becsben)). 

name: Consistently Carl (not Karl) in his publications. Heller was born 20 Nov 1824 in 
MisUborschitz, Moravia (Czechoslovakia) and died 14 Dec 1880 in Vienna. 

bibliography and biography : Barnhart 2: i53;BM2:8i8; Futak-Domin p. 242 ; Jackson 
P- 50, 313, 367; Kew p. 638; Klastersky p. 90; Langman p. 357; Rehder 5:. 380. 
Anon., Flora 64: 16. 1881; Magy. noven. Lap. 5: 15. 1881. 
Neilreich, A., Verh. zool.-bot. Ver. Wien 5: 70-71. 1855. 
Podpera, Kvetena Hane 191 1 : 5-11- 

147 



eponymy: Helleria E. Fournier (1881). 

2618. Reisen in Mexico in den Jahren 1845- 1848 . . . mit zwei Karten, sechs Holzschnitten 
und einer Lithographic. Leipzig (Verlag von Wilhelm Engelmann) 1853. Oct. {Reis. 
Mexico) . 

Publ.: 1853 (p. vi: 10 Mai 1853), p. [i]-xxiv, [i]-432, 2 maps,/^. A (Kth. pi.). Copy: G. 
Ref.: H-1., Bot. Zeit. 13: 829-830. 23 Nov 1855. 

Anon., Brockhaus' Conversations-Lexikon ed. 13. 9: 90. 1884. 

Heller, Franz Xaver (1775-1840), German botanist; Dr. med. Wiirzburg 1800; from 1803 
extra-ordinary, from 1805 regular professor of botany at Wiirzburg University. [F. Heller). 

HERBARIUM and types: WB. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 153; BM 2:818; Hortus 3: 1 195 ("Heller"); IH 
2: 267; Kew 2: 638; PR 3944-3946 (ed. i: 4332-4334); Rehder5: 380; Tucker i: 332. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1841 : 240. 
Steier, Mitt, bayer. bot. Ges. 3(9): 195-206. 1915 (major study, also on his Fl. wirceb.). 

eponymy: Helleria C. G. D. Nees & C. F. P. Martins (1824, also dedicated to his brother 
Georg Heller, student of the flora of Wiirzburg). Note: Helleriella A. D. Hawkes (1966), and 
Hellerorchis A. D. Hawkes (1959) are dedicated to A. H. Heller, orchidologist, working in 
Nicaragua (1956- 1966). 

2619. Graminum in magno-ducatu wirceburgensi tam sponte crescentium, quam cultorum 
enumeratio systematica. In usum auditorum suorum scripsit Dr. F. Xav. Heller, . . . 
Wirceburgi [Wiirzburg] (apud Josephum Stahel) 1809. Oct. {Gram, wirceb.). 

Publ.: 1809 (p. [iv]: 19 Mai 1809), p. [i-iv], [i]-54, [1-2, index]. Copy: NY. 

2620. Flora wirceburgensis sive plantarum in magno-ducatu wirceburgensi indigenarum 
enumeratio systematica cum earum characteribus generum, specierum differentiis, locis 
natalibus et vitae duratione, breviusque descriptionibus in usum tironum dilucidata . . . 
Wirceburgi [Wiirzburg] (apud Josephum Stahel) 1810-1815, 2 parts and suppl. Oct. {Fl. 
wirceb.). 

Pars i: 1810, p. [i]-xlviii, [i]-586, [index, 1-35]. 

Pflr5 2:Jan-Apr i8ii,p. [i]-vi, [i]-450, [index, i-^i]. Copies :B {pars i), BR, G, M, NY; IDC 
916. 

Supplementum: 1815 (before Dec, rev. A.L.Z.), p. [i]-iv, [i]-86, [index, 1-5]. Copies: G, 
Regensburg. — "Supplementum florae wirceburgensis continens plantarum genera quaedam 
atque species in magno-ducatu wirceburgensi recenter detecta, nee non observationes 
nonnullas circa plantas indigenas earumque loca natalia. Quod patriae florae cultoribus 
offert Dr. Franc. Xav. Heller ..." 

Hellwig, Franz Carl (1861-1889), German botanist; Dr. phil. Breslau (now Wroclaw) 
1 886 ; at Karlsruhe with Just 1 886- 1 887 ; to German New Guinea 1 888 as botanist of the New 
Guinea Company and head of Kelaua Station. {Hellw.). 

HERBARIUM and types: B; further material at BO, L, LE. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 5(2) : 440; Backer p. 259; Bamhart 2: 154; BM 6: 451 ; 
CSP 15: 744-745; DTS 1 : 109; IH 2: 267; SK i : 224-225; Urban-Berl. p. 188, 193. 
Cohn, F. J., Jahresber. Schles. Ges. vaterl. Cultur 1889: 154-158. 
Lakowitz, Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 8: (i2)-(i7). 1890; Schr. naturf Ges. Danzig ser. 2. 7(4): 177- 

185. 1891. 
Magnus, P., Verb. bot. Ver. Prov. Brandenburg 31 : Ixiii-lix. 1890. 
Pax, F., Schlesiens Pflanzenwelt 14. 191 5. 

Schumann, K. M. & K. Lauterbach, Fl. deut. Schutzgeb. Siidsee, Nachtr. 21-23. 1905. 
Szweykowski, J., Prodr. fl. hepat. Polon. 561. 1958 (ref to H's first publ. in Jahresber. 

Westpr. zooL- bot. Ver. 6:42. 1883 (li 



COMPOSITE works: (i) In EP, Die natiirlichen Pflanzenfamilien, Resedaceae. 3(2) : 237-240. Mar 
1891, 241. Mai 1891. (TL-2/1710). 

EPONYMY : Hellwigia Warburg ( 1 89 1 ) . 

2621. Vber den Ursprung der Ackerunkrduter und der Ruderalflora Deutschlands I. Inaugural- 
Dissertation welche nebst beigefiigten Thesen mit Genehmigungder hohen philosophischen 
Fakultat der Universitat Breslau zur Erlangung der Doktorwiirde Freitag, den 12 Marz 
1886, 12 Uhr Mittags . . . ofFentlig verteidigen wird Franz Hellwig aus Danzig. Leipzig 
(Wilhelm Engelmann) 1886. Oct. {Urspr. Ackerunkr.). 

Publ.: 12 Mai 1886, p. [i]-vi, [i]-39, [40 vita], [i, theses]. Copy. MO. - Reprinted from 
Engler, Bot. Jahrb. 7(4): 343-381. 28 Mai 1886; the second part (no reprint seen), 
"Spezieller Theil" was published ib. 7(5): 383-434. 10 Aug 1886. 

Helmrich, Carl ( 1 833- 1 868) , German botanist from Silesia, practicing physician at Berlin. 

[Helmr.). 

HERBARIUM and TYPES : Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BM 2: 820; Kew 2: 640; PR 3949; Rehder i : 384. 
Ascherson, P. F. A., Fl. Provinz Brandenburg i : 6. 1864. 
Pax, F., Schlesiens Pfianzenwelt 12. 1915.' 

2622. Prodromus florae suidniciensis . Dissertatio inauguralis botanica quam consensu et 
auctoritate gratiosi medicorum ordinis in alma litterarum Universitate Frederica Guilelma 
ut summi in medicina et chirurgia honores rite sibi concedantur die xvii. m. augusti a. 
mdccclvii. h.l.q.s. publice defendet auctor Carolus Helmrich silesius . . . Berolini [Berlin] 
(typis expressit Gustavus Schade) [1857]. Oct. {Prod.fl. suidnic). 

Publ.: 17 Aug 1857, p. [i]-3i, [32, theses]. Copy: NY.- Prodromus ofa flora of Schweidnitz in 
Lower Silesia near Breslau, now in Poland. 

Helwing, Georg Andreas (1668- 1748), German clergyman at Angerburg in Preussen. 

{Helw.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Some material at OXF. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : BL 2 : 82 1 ; Clokie p. 1 8 1 ; Dryander 3 : 1 7 1 , 293, 4 : 68 ; GR p. 

87; Kew 2 : 640; LS 1 1 789-1 1 790; NI 844; PR 3952-3954 (ed. i : 4347-3439) ; Quenstedt p. 

197; Rehder 5: 380; Tucker i : 332. 

Caspary, R., Festschrift zum 50jahr. Bestehen d. Preuss. bot. Ver. Konigsberg 1912, p. 216. 

Fries, Th. M., Bref Skrifv. Linne 1(4): 48. 1910, 1(5): 260. 191 1. 

Lorek, C. G., Preuss. Bot. 3. 1849. 

eponymy: Helvingia [sic] Adanson (1763, nom.rej.); Helwingia Willdenow (1806, nam. cons.). 

2623. M. Georgii Andreae Helwingii, . . . Flora campana sen Pulsatilla, cum suis speciebus et 
varietatibus methodice considerata, et interspersis variis observationibus oculis curiosorum 
exposita, cum xii. iconibus, quarum nonnullae nunquam ante hac aeri incisae. Lipsiae 
[Leipzig] (Literis Immanielis Titii) s.s. [17 19]. Qu. {Fl. camp.). 

Publ.: 1719, p. [i]-ioo,j&/. 1-12 (uncol. copp. engr.). Copy: USDA. 

Hempel, Gustav (1842- 1904), German-born botanist and forester; studied at the mining 
academy of Freiberg 1861-1865 and at the forestry college at Tharand 1866- 1868; from 
1872-1876 at Giessen University; from 1873 in Austria, at the Mariabrunn Forestry College 
and at the Hochschule fiir Bodenkultur in Wien. {Hemp.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Bamhart 2: i55;BM2:82i; GF p. 59 ; Kew 2 : 640 ; NI 845 ; 
Rehder 5: 380; SK 4: clxxxvi. 

149 



Anon. [J. Friedrich?], Centralbl. ges. Forstwesen 30: 379-382. 1904 (portr.). 
Bettelheim, A., ed., Biogr. Jahrb. deut. Nekrol. 10: 46*. 1907 (further biogr. refs.). 

COMPOSITE works: Centralblatt fur das gesammte Forstwesen, co-editor 1875-1877, sole editor 
1 877- 1 882; Osterreichische Forstzeitung, editor 1882- 1894. 

2624. Die Bdume und Strducher des Waldes. In botanischer und forstwirthschaftlicher Be- 
ziehung. Wien (Ed. Holzer) Olmtitz (id.) [1889-1900], 3 Abt. Ou. {Bdume Strduch. Wald.). 
Co-author: Karl Adolf Wilhelm (1848-1933). 



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The above data are based on a copy in original covers at MO. Copies: B, BR, M, MO, NY, 
US, USDA. - The 60 plates are chromolithographs of paintings by W. Liepoldt; there are 
342 figures in the text. 

Hemsley, William Botting ( 1 843- 1 924) , British botanist at Kew ( 1 865- 1 867) ; worked as 
a private scientist 1867- 1883, from 1883- 1908 again at Kew in various capacities, ultimately 
(1899- 1 908) as keeper of the herbarium and library. (HemsL). 

HEBARiuM and types: K. - (British herbarium via Freeman Clarke Samuel Roper 1819- 
1896). Letters and mss. also at K. 
Ref.: Kent, D. H., Brit. herb. 59. 1957. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Backer p. 260, 261 ; Barnhart 2: i55;BBp. 144; BJI i: 26, 2: 
73; BL 1:34,77,86,87,89,91,92,93,94,95,96,99, 100, 102, 114, 115, 117, 125, 126, 128, 
146, 237,300, 2: 270, 667; Blunt p. 212, 272 ;BM 2: 82 1, 6: 45 1 ; Bret. p. 820-823; CSP7:947, 
10: 190-191, 12: 324, 14: 306, 15: 752, 16: 535; Desmond p. 299; Hortus3: 1 195 ("Hemsl."); 
HR; IF p. 702; Jackson p. 557 [index]; Kew 2: 641-642; Langman p. 357-358; Lenley p. 
220; LS 1 1794; MW p. 167-172, suppl. p. 95; NAF 28B: 334-334; NI 846; Rehder 5: 380- 
381 ; SK p. 225; TL-2/1094, 1 176, 1290, 1814; Tucker i : 332, 333; Zander ed. 10, p. 669. 
A.D.G., J. Bot. 63: 21-23. 1925- 
Anon., Catal. Hbr. R.B.G. Kew 268. 1899 (bibl.) (Bull. misc. Inf Kew add. ser. 3); Bull. 

misc. Inf Kew 1924: 389-392; Gard. Ghron. 76: 275-276. i924;J. Kew Guild 4(32) : 331- 

337- 1925 (portr.), J. Bot. 62: 344. 1924. 
Britten, J., J. Bot. 28: 216-217. 1890, 37: 96. 1899. 
D.P., Proc. Roy. Soc. ser. B. 98: i-ix. 1925. 
Goulding, Rec. Auckland Inst. Mus. 12: 97. 1975. 
Hutchinson, J., Kew Guild 3: portr. facing p. 365 1917 (portr.). 

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Hemsley, W. B., bibl. & biogr. ctd.: 

Jackson, B. D., Proc. Linn. Soc. 137: 76-78. 1925. 

McVaugh, R., Edward Palmer: plant explorer 5, 77-78. 1956. 

Merrill, E. D., Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 30(1): 147. 1947 (bibl. Pacific isl.). 

Nelmes & Cuthbertson, Curtis's Bot. Magaz. Dedic. 1827-1837; p. 282. 1932 (portr.). 

Reiche, K., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Chile 33. 1907 (Veg. Erde 8). 

Schumann, K. M. & K. Lauterbach, Fl. deut. Schutzgeb. Siidsee xi. 1901. 

Thiselton-Dyer, W. T., Gard. Chron. 46: 381. 1909 (portr.). 

Trimen, H., J. Bot. 14: 223. 1876; 16: 287. 1878. 

Urban, I., Symb. ant. i : 67-68. 1898. 

WoUey-Dod, A. H., Fl. Sussex xliv-xlv. 1937. 

Wulff, E. v., Intr. hist. pi. geogr. 120, 121, 124, 135. 1943. 

COMPOSITE works: (i) Forbes, F. B. and W. B. Hemsley, Index florae sinensis, see Forbes, no. 
1814. 

(2) Hemsley was Bentham's "young but able assistant" in the preparation of the Flora 
australiensisunt.il 1867 (TL-2/428). 

(3) Contributed to D. Oliver et al. Flora of tropical Africa: 
Balanophoreae, 6, 1(3): 434-440. Oct 191 1. 
Campanulaceae, 3: 463-482. 1877. 

Rhamneae, i: 377-385. 1868. 

Scrophulariaceae, 4, 2(2), 261-384. Feb 1906, 2(3): 385-462. Jun 1906 (with S. A. Skan). 

note: See BM 2: 821 for further contributions to composite works. 

eponymy: Hemsleia [sic] Y. Kudo (1929); Hemsleya Cogniaux (1889); Hemslejna O. Kuntze 
(1891). 

2625. Handbook of hardy trees, shrubs, and herbaceous plants. Containing descriptions, native 
countries, etc. of a selection of the best species in cultivation. Together with cultural details, 
comparative hardiness, suitability for particular positions, etc. Based on the french work of 
Messrs. Decaisne and Naudin . . . entitled 'Manuel del'AmateurdesJardins', and including 
the original woodcuts by Riocreux and Leblanc. By W. B. Hemsley, . . . with an in- 
troduction by Edward S. Rand, Junr. . . . with nearly 300 illustrations. Boston (Estes & 
Lauriat) 1873. Oct. {Handb. hardy trees). 

Publ.: 1873 (P- viii; Mar 1873), P- [iii]-xlviii, [i]-687. Copies: NY, USDA. - Based on TL 

2/1339- 
London issue: 1877, p. [i]-xlviii, [i]-687. Copy: Ned. Mij. Tuinbouw Plantk. 

2626. Diagnoses plantarum novarum vel minus cognitarum mexicanarum et centrali-america- 
narum. Pars prima (-tertia). [London (Taylor and Francis)] 1878- 1880. Oct. [Diagn.pl. nov. 
mexic). 

Pars i: Cover (with imprint), p. [i]-i6,Jul 1878. 
Pars 2: Cover (id.), p. 17-37, Jul 1879. 
Pars ^: Cover (id.), p. 39-56, Apr 1880. 

Copies: G, MICH, MO, U, US, USDA. 

Facsimile reprint: Renner, Texas (Texas Research Foundation) 1962. Copies: L, NY. - 
Contains diagnoses of new taxa to be described in more detail in no. 2627. Some of the 
diagnoses in part 3, however, are later than those in the corresponding part of the Biologia. 

2627. Biologia centrali-americana; or, contributions to the knowledge of the fauna and flora of 
Mexico and Central America edited by F. Ducane Godman and Osbert Salvin. Botany . . . 
by W. B. Botting Hemsley [Cycadaceae by W. T. Thiselton-Dyer]. London (pubhshed for 
the editors by R. H. Porter . . . and Dulau & Co. . . .) 1879- 1888. 5 vols. Qu. [Biol, cent.- 
amer., Bot.). 

Publ.: Mr. John Collins has kindly sent us the contents and dates as given on the original 
wrappers which deviate slightly from the dates printed with the signatures on the sheets. 

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Copies: G, MO, NY, U, US, USDA. 

Volume 4, p. 116-332 contains the Appendix by J. D. Hooker, see also commentary on 

introduction and appendix by that same author in vol. i, p. Ixii-lxviii; it also contains the 

indexes (p. 333-498). 

Volume 5 contains all the plates, numbers 1-41, 41*, 42-iog of which are coloured (a few) or 

plain lithographs by W. H. Fitch; plate no is a map. 

The library at Kew possesses four volumes of the proofs of this work. Many of the taxa were 

previously described in no. 2626. 

Re/.:]. Collins, personal communication. 

Hemsley, W. B., Diagnoses plantarum novarum 1878- 1880 (see above). 

Engler, A. B., Bot. Jahrb. i : 296. 1880 (parts 1-4). 

Hemsley, W. B., translated by Jose Ramirez from the "Botany . . .", Bo9quejo de la 
geografia y rasgos principales de la Flora de Mexico, La Naturaleza, ser. 2. i : 67-81. 
1888. 

Britten, J., J. Bot. 18: 88-91. 1880, 19: 188. 1881. 

2628. Report on the scientific results of the voyage ofH. M. S. Challenger during the years 1 873- 1 876 
. . . prepared under the superintendence of the late Sir C. Wyville Thomson . . . and now of 
John Murray one of the naturalists of the expedition. Botany vol. i. London (Her Majesty's 
Stationary Office) Edinburgh, Dublin [1884-] 1885. Qu. {Rep. Challenger, Bot.). 
Note : For references to other publications on the scientific results of the voyage of the Challenger 
see BM i : 333 and especially 2: 716-717. 



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Jun 1885 (pref. i Jun, Nat. Nov. Jul) 
Apr-Dec 1884 (mss. rd. 4 Mar) 
Mai-Dec 1884 (mss. rd. 16 Apr) 
Sep-Dec 1884 (mss. rd. 19 Aug) 
Mar-Jun 1885 (mss. rd. 26 Feb) 

Copies: MO, U. - A second volume, Diatomaceae, by Conte F. Castracane degli Antelminelli, 
appeared in 1886 (see no. 1056). A further part, "on the other pelagic algae of the open 
ocean," announced by Hemsley in his editorial notes (p. xi) was never published. - The 
plates (uncol. liths.) are accompanied by letter press; artists W. H. Fitch and M. Smith, and 
Mitten. 

Facsimile reprint: 1965, New York (Johnson Reprint Corporation . . . ). Copy: FAS. 
Re/.: Urban, I., Symb. ant. i : 68-69. 1898. 
Britten, J., J. Bot. 23: 254-255. 1885. 

Henckel von Donnersmarck, Leo Victor Felix, Graf (i 785-1861), German admin- 
istrator, amateur botanist, and "treuer Mitarbeiter am Thesaurus literaturae botanicae." 
(Pritzel). {Henckel). 

HERBARIUM and types: JE. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY :Barnhart 2: 156; BM 2: 821 ; CSP2: 320, 3: 272, 7: 948; DTS 
1 : 1 10; Hortus 3: 1 195 ("Henckel"); IH 2: 268; Jackson p. 15; Kew 2: 642; PR 3956-3958, 
8853, 9096 (ed. 1 : 4352-4355) ; Rehder 5: 381-382; Saccardo i : 89; SO 514, 515; Tucker i : 

333- 

Anon., Brockhaus' Conversations-Lexikon ed. 13. 9: 105-106. 1884 (family). 

Helm, J., Kulturpfl. 14: 351. 1966. 

Henckel von Donnersmarck, Bot. Zeit. 9: 785-792, 801-808. 1851 ("Ueber botanische 

Biicherkunde" i.e. on bot. bibliography). 
Kraus, G., Der botanische Garten der Universitat Halle 2: 34-35. 1894. 
Lorek, C. G., Preuss. Bot. 5. 1849. 

Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 19: 216, 255-261. 1861. 
Schrader, J. Bot. 1808(2): 222-225. 
Seemann, B., Bonplandia 9: 318-319. 1861. 

eponymy: Henckelia K. P.J. Sprengel (1817). 

2629. Nomenclator botanicus, sistens plantas omnes in Caroli a Linne speciebus plantarum ab 
illustri d. Carolo Ludovico Willdenow enumeratas. Curavit comes L. F. V. Henckel a 
Donnersmark . . . Halae magdeb. [Halle a. S.] (typis lo. Christ. Hendelii) 1803. Oct. 

[Nomencl. bot.). 

Ed. i: 1803, p. [i*, t.p.], [i]-iv, [i]-437 (arable numerals refer to columns). 

Continuatio I: 1805, p. [438]-520. - Halae magdeb. (id.). 

Continuatio II: cum indice alphabetico generum ad C. a Linne spec, plantarum a C. L. 

Willdenow editarum, publ. 1806, p. [i], [52i]-58o. - Halae magdeb. (id.). 
Continuatio III: 1807, p. [58i]-635. - Halae magdeb. (id.). 
Index generum: see Jo. Chr. Hendel, see 2632. 
Copies: HU, WU (inf W. Gutermann). 
Ed. 2: 1821, p. [i]-vi, [vii], [i]-828. Copies: NY, U. - " . . . sistens omnes plantas in . . . editio 

altera." Halae ad Salam [Halle] (Apud Hendelios patr. et fiUum). 

2630. Adumbrationes plantarum nonnullarum horti halensis academici selectarum. Halle (Formis Fr. 
Aug. Grunerti Patr.) 1806. Qu. [Adumbr. pi. hort. hal.). 

Publ.: 1806, before 15 Mai (rev. in Regensb. Bot. Zeit. 5: 129-135), p. [i-viii], [i]-36, i pi. 

Copies: G, NY. 
Ref.: Schrader, H. A., J. Bot. 1808(2): 222-225. 

Kraus, G., Der botanische Garten der Universitat Halle 2: 34-35. 1894. 

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2631. Enumeratio plantarum circa Regiomontum Borussorum sponte crescentium. Konigsberg 
(Hartung) 1817. Oct.'\. {Enum. pi. Regiomont.). 

Publ.: 1817, p. [i]-viii, [i]-240. (n.v.) - "Liber, jam anno 1812 ad bibliopolam Hartung 
missus, incompletus e prelo prodiit. Explicit in Monoecia classe cum Carice panicea." PR. 

Hendel, Johann Christian (1742-1823), German publisher and bookseller. {Hendel). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 156; BM 2: 821 ; Jackson p. i4;PRed. 1:4357; 
SO 516; Tucker i : 333. 

2632. Index generum ad Caroli a Linne Species plantarum a Carolo Ludovico Willdenow 
editarum, in torn, i, ii, iii. et iv. part. i. curante lo. Chr. Hendel. Halae [Halle a. S.] (typis 
Henddlianis [for Hendelianus]) 1806. Oct. {Index gen.). 

Publ.: 1806, p. [i]-52. Copy: WU. - See SO 514-521 for the other indices to Willdenow's 
Species plantarum. See also no. 2629. 

Henderson, Nellie Frater (1885- 1952), American bryologist [N. Henderson) . 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Rudolph, in]. Ewan et al.. Short hist. bot. U.S. 94, 166. 
1969- 

eponymy: The following genera are all related to Hendersonia M.J. Berkeley (1841), which 
was dedicated to Joseph Henderson {fl. 1840- 1866), English horticulturist: Hendersonia P. A. 
Saccardo (1884); Hendersoniella (P. A. Saccardo) P. A. Saccardo (1902); Hendersonina E.J. 
Butler ( 1 9 1 3) ; Hendersoniopsis F. von Hohnel ( 1 9 1 8) ; Hendersonula Spegazzini ( 1 880) ; Hender- 
sonulina Tassi ( 1 902) ; Hendersonulina Petrak ( 1 95 1 ) ; Neohendersonia Petrak ( 1 92 1 ) ; Phaeohender- 
sonia F. von Hohnel ( 1 9 1 8) ; Phyllohendersonia Tassi ( 1 902) ; Urohendersonia Spegazzini ( 1 902) ; 
Urohendersoniella Petrak (1955). 

2633. Ohio mosses, Bryales . . . Columbus, Ohio (Ohio Journal of Science) 1929. Oct. [Ohio 
mosses) . 

Publ.: Jan 1927 (cover), p. [i]-i8. Copy: Steere. -Reprinted from Ohio J. Sci. 27(1): [i]-i8. 

1927. 
Dicranales: Sep 1929, ib. 29(5): [i97]-2i7. Copy: Steere. 
Hydnales: Jan 1931, ib. 31(1): [44]-75- Copy: Steere. 

Heneau, Alphonse {Jl. 1889), Belgian botanist and teacher at Bruxelles. {Heneau). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: CSP I5: 755. 

2634. Flore elementaire de la basse et de la moyenne Belgique determination facile des plantes noms 
frangais, neerlandais et latins botanique appliquee. Molenbeeck-Bruxelles (chez I'auteur), 
Bruxelles (Imprimerie de L. Charpentier) 1889. Oct. (in fours). {Fl. elem. Belgique). 
Publ: 1889 (Nat. Nov. Nov(2) 1889), p. [i], [i]-6o. Copy: BR. 

Henfrey, Arthur (18 19- 1859) British botanist; professor of botany at King's College 
London 1852- 1859. {Henfr.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown; some British material at MANCH and P. Letters at K. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 157; BB p. 145; BM 2: 822; Bossert p. 171; CSP 
3: 275-276, 12: 324, 15: 755; Desmond p. 30i;deToni 2: Iv, 4: xxix; DNB 25: 409-410; DSB 
6: 265-267; Hortus 3: 1195 ("Henfr."); IH 2: 268; Jackson p. 557 [index]; Kew 2: 645; 
Langman p. 359; LS 1 1804; Moebius p. 347; MW suppl. p. 95; Nordstedt p. 18; PR 3960- 

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3964, 1 0809-10847; Rehder 5: 382; TL-2/712; Tucker i : 333; Zander ed. 10, p. 669. 
Anon., Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. ser. 3. 4: 31 1-312. 1859; Flora 42: 749-750. 1859; Gard. Chron. 

1859(37): 741; Bull. Soc. bot. France 6: 694-695. i860. 
Foggitt, Bot. Soc. Exch. CI. Brit. Isles, Rep. 10(1): 282. 1933. 
Huxley, L., Life letters J. D. Hooker i : 369, 381, 401, 418, 423, 425. 1918. 
Milner, J. D., Cat. portr. Kew 60. 1906. 
Oliver, F. W., Makers Brit. Bot. 192-203. 1013. 
Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 17: 408, 435-436. 1859. 
Seemann, B., Bonplandia i: 179. 1853; 7: 292-293. 1859 (bibl.). 
Stafleu, F. A., Regn. veg. 71 : 338. 1970. 

COMPOSITE works: (i) The Botanical Gazette, edited by A. Henfrey, vols. 1-3, 1 849-1 851. 

(2) Annals and magazine of natural History ?,tr . 3. vols. 1-4. 1858. 1859. 

(3) G. W. Francis, An analysis of the british ferns and their allies . . . Fifth edition. With 
engravings. Revised and enlarged by Arthur Henfrey . . . London (Simpkin, Marshall and 
Co. . . .) 1855. Oct., engr. t.p., p. [i]-viii, [i]-92,/)/. i-g (uncol. liths.). Copy: MO. - Ed. i : 
1837, ed. 2: 1842, ed. 3: 1847, ed. 4(?), all by Francis. 

(4) Reports and papers on Botany [Mohl, Nageli, Link, Grisebach]. London 1849, viii, 514 p., 
Ray Society, see R. Curie, Ray Soc. bibl. hist. 85. 1954. 

(5) See A. Braun, Betracht. Erschein. Verjiing. Natur fTL 2/712), English translation by H. 

(6) With W. P. Ayres, The florists' guide, 1850. 

eponymy: HenfreyaJ. Lindley (1847). 

2635. Outlines of the natural history of Europe. The vegetation of Europe, its conditions and 
causes. London (John van Voorst) 1852. Oct. {Veg. Eur.). 

Publ: 1852, map, [i-iii], [11-387. Copies: G, USDA. 

Ref: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 11: 29-30. 14 Jan 1853. 

2636. The micrographic dictionary; a guide to the examination and investigation of the 
structure and nature of microscopic objects . . . London (John van Voorst, . . . ) 1856. Oct. 
[Microgr. diet.). 

Co-author: John Wilham Griffith (1819-1901). 

Ed. i: 1856 (p.v: Dec 1855), p. [i]-v, [i]-6g6, 41 pi. (some col.), err. on versoofexpl. topi. 41. 

Copy: PCS. 
Ed. 2: London (John van Voorst) i860 (p. viii: 6 Dec 1859), 2 vols. Copies: NY, USDA. 

Vol. i: pi. I, [i]-xl, [i]-75i, [752, crr.'\, fig j-812. 

Vol. 2: [i-ii], pi. 2-4§ (v^ith text; liths., mostly handcol.). 
Ed.j: by J. W. Griffith and Martin Duncan, assisted by M.J. Berkeley and T. Rupert Jones, 

2 vols. London (id.) 1875, published in parts, (parts 15-21, 1875, Bot. Zeit. 26 Feb 1875). 

Copies: NY, USDA. 

Vol. i: pi. I, [i]-xH, [xlii, err.], [i]-845,/^ 1-812. 

Vol. 2: [i],pl. 2-48 {id.). 
Ed. 4: by J. W. Griffith ... M.J. Berkeley . . . and T. R.Jones, 2 vols. London (id.) 1883. 

Copies: NY, USDA. 

Vol. i:pl. I, [i]-xlvi, [i]-829,/^.j. 1-812. 

Vol. 2: [i], pi. 2-33 {id.). 

2637. A sketch of the principal families of plants, explanatory of a tabular view of the vegetable 
kingdom, arranged according to the natural orders . . . London (printed for the Society for 
promoting Christian knowledge; . . .) 1855. Oct. {Sketch fam. pi.) . 

Publ.: 1855 (p. [iii]: Aug 1855), p. [i-iv], [i]-i25. Copies: MO, NY(2). -To accompany the 
author's "Tabular view of the vegetable kingdom, arranged according to the natural orders. 
Drawn by C. R. Bone. Engraved by J. W. Lorry." London 1855 (n.v.). 

Henkel, Johann Baptist ( 1 8 1 5/ 1 825- 1 87 1 ) , German pharmacist at Wiirzburg 1 85 1 - 1 855 ; 
from i860 lecturer and professor of pharmaceutical botany at Tubingen. {Henkel). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

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BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 157; BM 2: 822-823; CSP 7: 948 (no. 2,3), 12: 
324; Hortus 3: 1 195 ("Henkel"); Jackson p. 193, 202, 203; Kew 2: 645; Langman p. 359; 
MW p. 173; PR 3965-3966; Rehder 5: 382; Tucker i : 333; Zander ed. 10, p. 669. 
Anon., Bot. Zeit. 29: 176. 187 1. 

Lehmann, E., Schwabische Apotheker 187-188, 210. 1951 (gives year of birth = 1825). 
Salomon, Gartenflora 1881: 359-361. 

2638. Systematische Charakteristik der medicinisch-wichtigen PJianzenfamilien nebst Angabe der 
Abstammung sammtlicher Arzneistoffe des Pflanzenreichs. Nach den neuesten Angaben 
zusammengestellt . . . Wiirzburg (Stahel'sche Buch- und Kunsthandlung) 1856. Oct. {Syst. 
Char.Pfl.-Fam.). 

Publ.: Dec 1856 (p. 4: Sommer 1856; "soeben" Bot. Zeit. 26 Dec 1856), p. [i]-6i, [62, err.]. 
Copies: U, WU. 

2639. Synopsis der Nadelholzer, deren charakteristischen Merkmale nebst Andeutungen iiber 
ihre Cultur und Ausdauer in Deutschlands Klima . . . Stuttgart (Verlag der J. G. Cot- 
taschen Buchhandlung) 1865. Oct. {Syn. Nadelholz-) ■ 

Co-author: Wilhelm Hochstetter (i 825-1 881). 

Publ. : Jan 1865 (BSbF 12 Feb 1865; p. vi: herbst 1864; Bot. Zeit. 17 Feb 1865, Flora 29 Mar 
1865), p. [i]-xxviii, [i, h.t.], [i]-446, [i, err.]. Copies: G, MO. NY; IDC 5477. - 
Schlechtendal: "... das sie wie ihre Vorganger dem Fehler eine Gattung stets falsch 
zu schreiben treu geblieben sind . . ."; Anonymus in Flora: "... durch "theilweise" 
Beniitzung - inclusive kritiklosen Ausschreibens und grober Verballhornisirung [bow- 
Iderizing] - von 5 zum theil gartnerischen Werken . . . schreibt man heutzutage keine 
brauchbare Synopsis der Coniferen mehr." 

Re/.: Anon., Flora 48: 299-304, 411-416. 1865. 

Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 23: 201-202. 1865. 

Kennedy, Roger (1809- 187 7), Scottish botanist, professor of botany at Glasgow. {Hennedy). 

HERBARIUM and types: GGO (incl. plants cited in Clydesdale flora), other material at E 

(algae) and TCD. 

Ref.: Kent, D. H., British herb. 59. 1957. 

Lloyd, Brit, phycol. Bull. 2: 385-386. 1964. 

Hedge, I. C. and J. M. Lamond, Ind. coll. Edinburgh 90. 1970. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 157; BB p. 145; BL 2: 292, 667; BM 2: 823; 

Desmond p. 301 ; DNB 25: 422-423; IH 2: 269; Jackson p. 249; Kew 2: 645; Rehder 5: 382; 

Tucker i : 333. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1878: 44. 

Boase, F., Modern English Biogr. i: 1429-1430. 1892 (fide Desmond). 

Harvey, W. H., Phycol. austral. 2: 75. 1859. 

Koster, J. T., Taxon 18: 553. 1969 (algae at Glasgow, Roy. Coll. Sci. Techn., cf Lloyd, Brit. 

Phyc. Bull. 2(5): 385-386. 1964). 
Simpson, W., in Hennedy, R., Clydesdale flora ed. 4, p. xi-xxiii. 1878. 
Watson, H. C, Topogr. bot. ed. 2. 547. 1883. 

eponymy: Hennedia [sic] R. Brown (1893); Hennediella [sic] E. G. Paris (1896); Hennedya W. 
H. Harvey (1855). 

2640. Clydesdale flora; a description of the flowering plants and ferns, of the Clyde District, 
arranged according to the natural orders, with a glossary of terms . . . Glasgow (David 
Robertson, . . .) 1865. Oct. {Clydesdale fl.). 

Ed i: 1865 (p. [iii]: Mai 1865), p. [i]-xxiv, [i]-2i9. Copy: HH. 

Ed. 2: i86g (p. viii: Mai 1869), p. [i]-xxiv, [i]-224. Copy: HH. - Glasgow (David Robertson, 

Hugh Hopkins) 1896. Oct. 
£«'. 5: 1874, n.v. (Glasgow). 
Ed. 4: 1878, front, portr. author, p. [i*], [i]-xi, [i]-256, /?/. /-(^ (uncol. hths. auct., on 4 Ivs). 

Copies : G, MO, NY. - " The Clydesdalefiora : a description of the flowering plants and ferns of 

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the Clyde district, arranged according to the natural orders, with a glossary of terms and 
diagrams. By the late Roger Hennedy, . . . Appendix by professor R. H. Paterson, 
Biographical sketch by William Simpson, esq., F.R.G.S. In memoriam edition, revised." 
Glasgow (Hugh Hopkins) 1878. Oct. 
Ed.5: 1891 (pref 14 Apr 1890, p. 241: 28 Oct 1890), p. [i]-xxxii, [i]-2j-],pL 1-8. Copy: NY. - 
"Fifth edition, revised, with notes and an additional appendix, by Thomas King ..." 
Glasgow (Hugh Hopkins, . . .) 1891. Oct. 

Henneguy, Louis-Felix ( 1850- 1928), French physician and embryologist at Montpellier, 
later at Paris, first editor of the Archives d'Anatomie microscopique. [Henneg.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Bamhart 2 : 157; BM 2:823; CSP 10:1 92- 193, 15: 757-758 ; 
GR p. 362-363; Hirsch p. 120; Rehder 5: 382. 

2641. Faculte de medecine de Paris. Les lichens utiles. These presentee au concours pour 
I'agregation (section d'anatomie, de physiologic et d'histoire naturelle) et soutenue a la 
faculte de medecine de Paris . . . Paris (Octave Doin, . . .) 1883. Oct. [Lich. utii). 
PubL: ]a.n-]u\ 1883 (Bot. Zeit. 28 Sep 1883; Nat. Nov. Aug(2) 1883), p. [ij-viii, [1J-114. 

Copies: G, FH. 

Hennert, Carl Wilhelm (1739- 1800), German soldier, building-inspector and forester at 
Berlin ; later specialized in forest insects ; lecturer at the ' 'Forstakademie' ' of Berlin. [Hennert) . 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 157; PR 3967; Ratzeburgp. 235-237; Tucker i : 
333- 

2642. Bemerkungen auf einer Reise nach Harbke. Ein Beytrag zur Forstwissenschaft und Gar- 
tenkunst. Berlin und Stettin (bey Friedrich Nicolai) 1792. Oct. [Reise Harbke). 

PubL: 1792 (p. 4: Mar 1791), p. [i]-88, 7 charts. Copy: MO. - Name of author only under 
preface. Contains a list of the trees grown and sold at Harbke. 

Hennings, Paul Christoph (i 841 -1908), German self-taught cryptogamist, originally 
employed by the postal services; from 1874- 1880 at the Botanical Garden Kiel (with 
Eichler); from 1880 onward at the Botanical Museum, Berlin-Dahlem; appointed royal 
professor 1902. [Henn.). 

HERBARIUM and types: B (for the greater part extant); other material at C, H, HBG, K, 
KIEL, L, S, W. Exsiccatae: (i) Phycotheca marchica (fasc. 1-2, nos. i-ioo, Berlin 1893-1906), 
sets at B, BR, FH, KIEL, L, PAD, SI, W. (Hedwigia 32: 104-108. Mar-Apr 1893, Nat. Nov. 
Mar 1893); (2) Kryptogamen-Typen, Hamburg 1880 (120 cellular crypt, with some text and 22 
plates, n.v.). 
Re/.: Fischer-Benzon, R.J. D. von, in P. Prahl, Krit. Fl. Schleswig-Holstein 2: 23-24. 1890. 

Dennis, R. W. G., Taxon i : 64. 1952 (isotypes at K). 

Kohlmeyer in Potztal, Willdenowia 2: 783. 1961 (mycol. herb, extant). 

Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(1): 78-79. 1969. 

Hiepko, P., Willdenowia 8: 391. 1978. 

bibliography and biography: Ainsworth p. 228, 343; Backer p. 261 ; Barnhart 2: 158; BJI 
1 : 26, 2: 73;BM2:824, 6: 453;Bossertp. 171 ; CSP 13:71, 794, 15: 760-761 : DeToni i : xxix; 
GRp. 18, cat. p. 65 ("P. Henn."); Hawksworthp. i83;Hortus3: 1295 ("Hennings"); IH2: 
269; Kew 2: 646; Jackson p. 306; KR p. 287; Langman p. 359; Lenley p. 220; LS 1 1835- 
12055, 34462-34498 (important bibl.!); MWp. i73;NAF 1(1): 160, 7(15^: 1068-1069,9(6): 
437-438; NI 850; Nordstedt p. 18, 35; Rehder 5: 382; Saccardo i: 88; SBC p. 122 
("Henn."); Stevenson p. 1244; Urban-Berl. p. 275, 276, 301, 355; Zander ed. 10, p. 669. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1908: 294; Torreya 8: 273. 1908. 
Hohnel, Ann. mycol. 9(2) : 166-175. Mar 19 11 (summary ofthe results ofa critical revision of 

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Hennings, Paul Christoph [1841-1^08), bibl. & biogr. ctd. 

122 genera of fungi described as new by Hennings; a majority (65) is unacceptable, one 

genus was based on insect excrements) . 
Lindau, G., Verh. bot. Ver. Brandenburg 50: xcii-cxiii. 1908 (portr., bibl.) ; Hedwigia48: i- 

5. 1909 (portr., bibl.); Bot. Gaz. 47(3): 239-241. 1909 (portr.; transl. Perkins); see also 

Naturwiss. Rundschau 23: 647. 1908. 
Lloyd, Mycol. Notes 33: 426. 1909 (portr.). 

Merrill, E. D., Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 30(1): 148. 1947 (bibl. Pacif Isl.). 
Murrill, W. A., Hist, found, botany Florida 29. 1945. 
Reiche, K., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Chile 33. 1907 (Veg. Erde 8). 
Roth, E., in A. Bettelheim, Biogr. Jahrb. deut. Nekrol. 13: 101-103. 19 10. 
Szweykowski, J., Prodr. fl. hepat. Polon. 561. 1958. 
Urban, I., Symb. ant. 2: 2. 1900. 

Weberbauer, A., Pflanzenw. Peruan. Anden 30. 191 1 (Veg. Erde 12). 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(3): i'^j,pl. isg. 1905 (portr.). 

COMPOSITE works: (i) Editor of Hedwigia, vols. 40-48, 1 901 -1909 (co-editor Jun 1894 
onward). 

(2) Essbare Pilze Ostafrikas, in Deutsch Afrika 56(6) 1895. 

(3) Engler, Pflanzenw. Ost-Afrikas, Basidiomvceten, in C: 48-61. 15 Jun 1895, see also B: 163- 
164. 1895 (TL-2/1708). 

(3) Deutsche Siidpolar-Expedition aufdem Schifl'e "Gaus" 1901-1903, Berlin 1906, Botanik, Pilze 
(Nat. Nov. Mai(2) 1907). 

(4) EP, Die natiirlichen Pflanzenfamilien, ed. i (TL-2/1710): 
Dacromycetineae, 1(1**): 96. Dec 1897, 97-102. Feb 1898. 
Exobasidiineae, 1(1**): 103-105. Feb 1898. 

Hymenomycetineae, 1(1**) : 105-144. Feb 1898, 145-192. Apr 1898, 193-240. Jul 1898, 241-276. 
Nov. 1898, 553-555. Sep 1900. 

(5) Warnstorf et al., Kryptogamenflora von Brandenburg: 
Onygenaceae, 7(1): 88-90. 15 Aug 1905, 
Elaphomycetaceae, 7(1): 90-93. 15 Aug 1905, 
Terfeziaceae, 7(1): 93-95. 15 Aug 1905, 

Tuberaceae, 7(1): 150-160. 15 Aug 1905, 7(2): 162. 20 Nov 1921. 
Balsamiaceae, 7(2): 162-163. 20 Nov 191 1. 

note: Hennings was an amateur poet; Lindau (1909) reproduces his plattdeutsch hed- 
gehock story in addition to some rhymes dealing with idiosyncrasies of botanists such as his 
note on the principle of priority: "Eifrigst durchstobern sie friih bis spat / Vermoderte 
Fohanten, / Nach denen schon langst kein Hahn mehr kraht, / Die kaum vom Horen sie 
kannten- / Sie suchen Autoren der Vorweltzeit, / VerschoUene Pflanzennamen, / Die werden 
von Staub und Moder befreit, / Gefiigt in neue Rahmen." It is perhaps good to take this 
poem out of its prehistoric (vorweltlich) dust and mud, by putting it in this more modern 
frame-work (Rahmen). Murrill (1945) did not share Lindau's generous opinion of Hen- 
nings: "H. was an exti table, unreliable sort of person who perspired over dusty bundles of 
fungi sent in from the uttermost parts of the earth to the Berlin Botanic Garden where Engler 
was director. He inspired my distrust when he claimed to remember the spore measurements 
of scores of species. Maybe he did." See also Dennis (1952). For a critical evaluation of H's 
mycological work see e.g. Hohnel (191 1). 

EPonvMY : Henningsia F. A. G.J. Moller (1895) ; Henningsiella Rehm (1895) ; Henningsinia F. A. 
G.J. Moller (1901); Henningsocarpum O. Kuntze (1891); Henningsomyces O . Kuntze (1898); 
Henningsomyces P. A. Saccardo (1905); Neohenningsia S. H. Koorders (1907). 

2643. Standorts-Verzeichniss der Gefdsspflanzen in der Umgebung Kiels . . . Kiel (Druck von 
Schmidt & Klaunig) 1876. Oct. {Standorts-Verz. Gefdsspfl. Kiel.). 

Publ.: Oct-Nov 1876, p. [i]-64, [i]-v, [i, err.]. Copy: HBG.- Reprinted from Schrift. naturw. 
Ver. Schlesw. -Hoist. 2: 147-208. 1876. For a Machtrag see ib. 4: 71-79. Oct-Nov 1883. 

2644. Botanische Wanderiingen durch die Umgebung Kiel's . . . Kiel (C. F. Haeseler) 1879. Oct. 
{Bot. Wander. Kiel.). 

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Orig. ed.: 1879 (in four parts, Nat. Nov.JuI(i) 1879; Bot.Zeit. 22 Aug 1879), p. [i]-85, [i, 

err.]. Copies: FH, NY. - Reprint from Schlesw. -Hoist. Tageblatt. 
Ed. 2: 1892, p. [i]-85, err. p. 3 of cover. Copy: HBG. - Kiel (H. Eckardt's Verlag). 

Henon, Jacques-Louis (1802-1872), French politician and botanist at Lyon; Dr. med. 
Montpellier 1841 ; director of the departmental tree nurseries of the Rhone. {Henon). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : AG 3 : 382 ; Barnhart 2 : 1 58 ; Bossert p. 171; CSP 3 : 281, 7 : 
950, 15: 763;Hortus3: 1195 ("Henon"); Jackson p. 139, 284; Kew2: 646; Langmanp. 359; 
LS 12056-12057; NI i832-i836a; PR 3969 (ed. i: 4365); Rehder 5: 382; Tucker i: 333. 
Anon., Bull. Soc. hot. France 19(0. R.): 168. 1872; 23 (sess. extr.): clxxvii-clxxxviii. 1876 

(coll. still, private). 
Gay, Bull. Soc. hot. France 8: 143-144. 1861. 
Henon, Mme [Aurelie Favre] , Notice sur J.-L. Henon d'apres les documents conserves par sa 

famille. Lyon 1874, 100 p. (bibl.). 
Magnin, A., Bull. Soc. bot. Lyon 32: 11-13. 1907, 35: 35. 1910 (bibl., original sources). 

eponymy: Henonia Moquin-Tandon (1849). Note: Amelia]. Gay (1858) is dedicated to his 
wife, Aurelie Favre (1840- 1903), herself a botanist and a botanical artist. Henonia Cosson & 
Durieu (1855) and Henophyton Cosson & Durieu (1856) are dedicated to Adrien Henon [fl. 
1 849- 1 859), French military interpreter and later teacher of Arabic in Algeria, who made 
botanical collections in that country. Henoniella ] . E. Duby (1877) is dedicated to Augustin 
Henon, son of J. L. Henon, who collected Musci in Japan. 

2645. Notice sur Voxalide de Deppe, Oxalis deppei, Lodd. bot. cab. no. 1500 . . . Lyon (Chez 
Barret, . . .) 1838. Oct. [Note oxal. Deppe). 

Publ.: 1838, p. [i]-i3,/)/. 7-5 (uncol. Hths., unsigned). Copies: G, HH. -Reprinted from Ann. 
Sci. phys. nat. Lyon i : [83] -93, pi. 6-8. 1838 (reprint with journal pagination at NY). 

Henrard, Jan Theodor (1881-1974), Dutch agrostologist and malacologist; studied 
pharmacy at Groningen (1901-1906) under Eykman; practicing pharmacist at Gorinchem 
1909-1915, at the Hague 1915-1922; from 1921-1946 curator of the Rijksherbarium at 
Leiden, Dr. phil. (plant taxonomy) Utrecht 1929 under Pulle. {Hem.). 

HERBARIUM and types: L; other material B, BR, LAS. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 12(2): 404; Backer p. 261 ; Barnhart 2: 158; BL 2: 423, 

667; Bossert p. i7i;Kew2: 646; IH2: 269;JW2: 192; Langmanp. 359; Lenleyp. 220; MW 

p. 173, suppl. p. 95. 

Kuiper, Basteria 39(3-6) : 69-74. ^975 (o^^ H's work as a malacologist). 

Merrill, E. D., Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 30(1): 148. 1947 (bibl. Pacif IsL). 

Ooststroom, S.J. van, Blumea 22(2): 156-157. 1975 (portr.). 

COMPOSITE works: Pulle, Flora ofSminame, Gramineae (with G.J. H. Amshoff). 

festschrift: Blumea, supplement iii, Jubileumdeel voor Dr. J. Th. Henrard Jubilee volume 
1946. Leiden, p. [i]-i25, [126], with portraits of H., dedication by H.J. Lam, a biographical 
sketch by W. A. Goddijn and a botanical bibliography by H. J. v. d. Hee. 

eponymy: Henrardia C. E. Hubbard (1946). 

2646. A critical revision of the genus Aristida being a preliminary study and an introduction to 
the monograph. Leiden (Firma P. W. M. Trap) 1926- 1928, 3 volumes. {Crit. revis. Aristida). 

Vol. i: i5jun 1926 (p. viii: Jun 1926; seep. 220), p. [i]-viii, [i]-220. - Mededeehngen van 's 

Rijks Herbarium Leiden. No. 54 (1926). 
Vol. 2: I Aug 1927 (p. 464), cover, p. 221-464. - Id. 54 A (1927). 
Vol. 3: 15 Jul 1928 (p. 70i),cover, p. 465-701. -Id. 54 B (1929). 

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Supplement: Leiden (H. Buurman) 1933, /)m3/. i Dec 1933 (p. 747), p. [i], 703-747. Id. 54 C 
(1933)- 

Copies: FAS, G, L, MO, US. 

2647. Monograph of the genus Aristida. Proefschrift ter verkrijging van den graad van doctor 
in de wis- en natuurkunde aan de rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht op gezag van den rector- 
magnificus Dr. H. Th. Obbink, hoogleraar in de faculteit der godgeleerdheid, voor de 
faculteit der wis- en natuurkunde te verdedigen op woensdag 3 Juli 1 929, ten 4 ure n.m. door 
Jan Theodoor Henrard conservator aan 's Rijksherbarium geboren te Maastricht. Leiden 
(Drukkerij voorheen firma P. W. M. Trap) [1929]. Oct. [Monogr. Aristida). 

Publ.: 3 Jul 1929, p. [i]-vii, front., [i]-i53,/'/. 1-60. Copies: MICH, USDA. -Thesis issue of 
vol. I of the complete work as listed below. 

2648. A monograph of the genus Aristida. Leiden ( i : Boekdrukkerij voorheen P. W. M. Trap, 2 
and index: Drukkerij H. Buurman) 1929- 1932, 2 vols. Oct. {Monogr. Aristida). 

Vol. i: I Oct 1929 (orig. cover), front., p. [i-vii], [i]-i53,/*/. 1-60. - Mededeehngen van 's 

Rijks Herbarium Leiden no. 58 (1929). 
Vol. 2: I Jul 1932 (orig. cover), p. [1551-325,/?/. 6i-i6g. Id. 58a (1932). 
Index: i Nov 1933 (orig. cover), p. [i*], [i]-xii. - Id. 58b (1933). 

Copies: G, MO, NY, US. 

2649. Monograph of the genus Digitaria. Leiden (Universitaire Pers) 1950. Oct. {Monogr. 
Digitaria) . 

Publ.: 1 5 Jan 1950 (p. 999: "edited [= published] 15 January 1950"), frontisp., p. [i]-xxi, 
[i]-999- Copy: U. 

Henriques, Julio Augusto (1838- 1928), Portuguese botanist, ultimately professor of 
botany and director of the botanical garden at Coimbra. {Henriq.). 

HERBARIUM and TYPES: COI; other material B, BM, H, K, L, LISI, LY, MPU, W. - 

Exsiccatae: Flora lusitanica exsiccata (col. 1 880-191 1, cent, i-xix) at B, L, W. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 2(1): 464; Barnhart 2: 158; BL i: 52, 300, 2: 469, 470, 

473, 667; BM 2: 824; Bossert p. 171 ; Colmeiro i : clxxix; CSP 15: 764; De Toni i : Ixiii, 2 

Ixiv; GR p. 766, cat. p. 65; Hawksworth p. 183; Hirsch p. 120; Hortus 3: 1 195 ("Henriq.") 

IH 2 : 269 ; Jackson p. 446 ; Kew 2 : 647 ; Langman p. 359 ; LS 1 2060- 1 2064 ; Rehder 5 : 383 

SBC p. 122 ("Henr."); SO 2878, 2919, 2949b; Tucker i : 333-334; Urban-Berl. p. 355. 

AUorge, Rev. bryol. ser. 2. 1(2-3): 175. 1928. 

Anon., Bull. misc. Inf Kew 1928: 301-302; Ann. crypt, exot. 1(3): 310. 1928. 

Britten, J., J. Bot. 66: 245. 1928. 

Dolezal, H., Friedrich Welwitsch 1 21-122, 133, 135-137, 146. 1974. 

Husnot, T. H., Rev. bryol. 18(3): 46-47. 1891. 

Telles Palhinha, Portug. Acta biol. ser. B, vol. Julio Henriques v-xxv. 1949 (portr., bibl.; 

lists numerous necrologies) . 
Willkomm, M., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Iber. Halbinsel 20, 25. 1896 (Veg. Erde i). 

COMPOSITE works: Y oundtv Sindtdiior oiihe Boletim de Sociedade Broteriana (1-28, and ser. 2, i- 
6, 1883-1927). 

eponymy: Henriquesia Passerini & von Thiimen (1879). 

2650. Contributiones ad floram cryptogamicam lusitanicam. Enumeratio methodica algarum, 
lichenum et fungorum herbarii praecipue Horti regii bot. Universitatis conimbricensis. 
Conimbricae [Coimbra] (typis academicis) 1880. Oct. {Contr.fl. crypt, lusit.). 

Publ.: Dec 1880 [?, or 1881] (p. [5]: Cal. Dec 1880; Hedwigia Mai 1882), p. [i]-65. Copies: 
BR, MO. - Apart from the late notice by Hedwigia we have no further indication that the 
publication did not come out in 1880; however, De Toni (1891) lists it for 1881. 

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2651. Sociedade de geographia de Lisboa. Expedigao scientifica a Sena da Estrella em 1881. 
Secgao de hotanica. Relatorio do Sr. Dr. Julio Augusto Henriques. Lisboa (Imprensa 
nacional) 1883. Qu. (Exped. Sena da Estrella). 

Pub I.:] an- Aug 1883 (p. 6: Mai 1882; Bot. Zeit. 26 Oct 1883; Nat. Nov. Sep(2) 1883), p. [i]- 
133, 2 maps. Copy: USDA. 

Henry, Aime Constant Fidele f" 1801-1875), French-born fDouai) artist, lithographer 

founded the firm Henry and Cohen; published many illustrated botanical works. {A. Henry). 
and publisher; came to Germany in 18 16 to work with Arnz & Co.,Dusseldorf; later at Bonn, 
HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 159; BM 2: 824; Bret. p. 774, 1092; CSP 3: 283; 

Jackson p. 162, 163; Kew 2: 648; Moebius p. 98; NI 851-853; PR 3971; Rehder 5: 383; 

Tucker i : 334. 

Nissen, C, Philobiblon 6(8): 302-303. 1933 (bibl.). 

Schmid, G., Chamisso als Naturforscher 168. 1942. 

Zuchold, E. A., Jahresber. nat. Ver. Halle 5:21. 1853 (bibl. of his publ. on leafbuds). 

COMPOSITE WORKS : {i) T.F .L. Nccs von Esenheck {q.w.) , Das Sjstem der Pilze. (1837) (1858). 
(2) See Nissen (1933) for a list of books with lithographs coming from the Henry & Cohen 
firm. 

eponymy: Henrya C. G. D. Nees (1845). Note: Henryettana A. Brand (1929) is dedicated to 
Mrs. Augustine Henry (1857-1930), Irish botanist, dendrologist, who collected in China. 
Henrya W. B. Hemsley (1889), Henryastrum Happ (1937), and Neohenrya W. B. Hemsley 
(1892) are also named after Augustine Henry, but at the same time commemorate the 
Reverend Benjamin Couch Henry (1850-1901), who collected in China. Henrica Bouley de 
Lesdain (1921) is dedicated to Abbe Joseph Henry {fl. 1903-1914), who worked and 
collected in Italy. 

2652. Die Giftpflanzen Deutschlands zum Schulgebrauch und Selbstunterricht durch Abbil- 
dungen und Beschreibungen erlautert von A. Henry . . . Miteinem VorwortevonDr. Th. F. 
L. Nees von Esenbeck . . . Bonn (Verlag des lithographischen Instituts der rheinischen 
Friedrich Wilhelms-Universitat von Henry et Cohen) 1836. Duod. (in sixes). (Giftpfl. 
Deutschl.). 

Preface by: Theodor Friedrich Ludwig Nees von Esenbeck (1787-1837). 

Publ.:]a.n 1836 (p. [iv] : Sep 1835; Flora rd. 10 Feb 1836 p. [i-vi], [i]-48, j:?/*/. (partly hand- 
col. Hths.). Copies: NY, USDA. - See also Miquel (1836), for a similar Dutch text 
accompanied by the same plates. 

Henry, Joseph Kaye (1866- 1930), Canadian botanist, at first high school teacher at 
Vancouver 1891-1906, at McGill Univ. College, Vancouver 1906-1915, ultimately (from 
1 91 5) professor of EngHsh at the University of British Columbia. (J. K. Henry). 

HERBARIUM and types: Some material at MO and NY. 

bibliography and biography : Barnhart 2 : 1 59 ; BL i : 135, 300 ; BM 6 : 454 ; Hortus 3 : 1 1 95 
("J. Henry"); IH 2: 269; Kew 2: 648; LS suppl. 11322-1 1324; NW p. 48; Saccardo 2: 58. 
Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 475 [index]. 1963. 

2653. Flora of the southern British Columbia and Vancouver Island. With many references to 
Alaska and northern species . . . Prescribed for use in the schools of British Columbia. 
Toronto (W.J. Gage & Co., Limited) s.d. [1925]. Oct. (size). {Fl. s. Brit. Columbia). 
Publ.: 1915 (p. v: 2 Aug 1915), p. [i]-xiii, [xiv-xv], 1-363. Copies: MICH, MO, NY, US, 

USDA; IDC 7556. 
Supplement:]. W. Eastham, Supplement to 'Flora of Southern Columbia' (J. K. Henry) comprising 
descriptions of additional species and varieties, significant extensions of range and correc- 
tions . . . Special publication no. i, British Columbia Provincial Museum, Department of 
Education, Victoria, B.C. 1947, p. [i]-i 19. Copy: USDA. 

161 



HENSCHEL 

Henschel, August Wilhelm Eduard Theodor ( 1 790- 1 856) , German physician, botanist 
and historian of the hfe sciences at Breslau (Wroclaw). [Hensch.). 

HERBARIUM and types: WRSL (main herb, left to Schles. Ges. vaterl. Kultur) and W; other 

material at B and CN. 

Ref.: Anon., Bot. Zeit. 14: 712. 1856. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 160; Backer p. 261; BM 2: 825; CSP 3: 295; 
Hortus 3: 1 195 ("Henschel"); IH 2: 270; Jackson p. 14, 430; Moebius p. 344; MW p. 175; 
PR 3972-3975 (ed. 1 : 4368-4372) ; Rehder 5: 384; Tucker i : 334. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1858: 14; Bot. Zeit. 14: 600. 1856; Flora 39: 574-575. 1856; Bull. Soc. bot. 

France 3: 447. 1856. 
Nees von Esenbeck, Bonplandia 4: 263-264. 1856. (cognomen: Conring). 
Schmid, G., Chamisso als Naturforscher 168. 1942. 
Seemann, B., Bonplandia 6: 336. 1858. 
Sirks, M. J., Ind. natuurond. 298 [index]. 191 5. 

eponymy: Henschelia K. B. Presl (1835). 

2654. Vita G. E. Rumphii, Plinii indici. Accedunt specimen. materiae Rumphianae medicae 
clavisque herbarii et thesauri amboinensis. Quae munus professoris medicinae ordinarii in 
universitate regia vratislaviensi literaria rite auspicaturus gratiosi medicorum ordinis aucto- 
ritate edidit et die augusti mdcccxxxiii hora palam defendet Aug. Guil. Ed. Th. Henschel, 
. . . adsumpto socio Sam. Pappfnheim, med. stud. Vratislaviae [Breslau] (apud Schulzium 
et Socios) 1833. Oct. {Vita Rumphii). 

Co-author (". . . assumpto socio") S. Pappfnheim. 

Thesis ed.: Aug 1833 (date thesis), front., p. [i]-xiv, [i, h.t.], [i]-2i5, [216, err.]. Copies: BR, 

G, M, MD, MICH. 
Trade ed.: Aug-Dec 1833, p. [i]-xiv, [i, h.t.], [i]-2i5, [216, err.], i pi. Copy: NY. - "'Clavis 

Rumphiana botanica et zoologica. Accedunt vita G. E. Rumphii, Phnii indici, specimen- 

que materiae medicae amboinensis ..." Vratislaviae (apud Schulzium et Socios) 1833. 

Oct. 

Henschen, Salomon Eberhard ( 1 847- 1 930) , Swedish physician and botanist, later at the 
KaroHnska Institut (1900-19 12). [Henschen). 

HERBARIUM and TYPES: Main collection at S and UPS. The original Regnell material worked 
upon by Henschen is at S. (The entry on the herbarium normale in IH is erroneous). 

bibliography and biography: Barnhart 2: 160; BM 2: 825; Bossert p. 172; CSP 7: 953, 12: 
326, 15: 771-772; Hortus 3: 1 195; IH 2: 270; Jackson p. 139, 373; Kew 2: 649; KR p. 289. 
Dahlgren, Sv. bot. Tidskr. 56(3): 465-470. 1962 (on Henschen, Lindberg and Regnell in 

Brazil) . 
Henschen, S., in L. R. Grote, ed.. Die Medizin der Gegenwart in Selbstdarstellungen, vol. 5, 

1925 (autobiography). 
Urban, I., Fl. bras. 1(1): 31-32. 1906 (itin.; orig. biogr. info.). 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 41. 1903,3(3): 15-16, /)/. //o. 1905 (portr.). 

2655. Etudes sur le genre Peperomia comprenant les especes de Caldos, Bresil. Upsal [Uppsala] 
(Ed. Berhng) 1873. Qu. {Etud. Peperomia). 

Publ.: Jan-Mar 1873 (submitted 9 Oct 1872; Flora rd. Apr 1873; Bot. Zeit. 9 Mai 1873), p. 
[i]' [i]-535 [54; err.],/)/. /-/ (uncol. hth. by author). Copy: G. -Reprinted from Nova Acta 
Ups. ser. 3. 8 (fasc. 2). 1873. 

Henslow, Rev. George (1835- 1925), British clergyman, B. A. Cambridge 1858; teacher, 
popular writer and lecturer; son of J. S. Henslow; brother-in-law of J. D. Hooker; curate of 
Steyning, Sussex ( 1 858- 1 86 1 ) ; headmaster of Hampton Lucy Grammar School 1 86 1 - 1 865, 
id. at London, Stove Street, 1 865- 1 886 ; lecturer to St. Bartholomew's medical school ( 1 886- 
1890); hon. professor of botany to the Royal Horticultural Society. (G. HensL). 

162 



HENSLOW 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY :Barnhart 2: 161 ;BBp. i45;BL2: 219, 667; BM 2: 826; CSP 

3: 296, 7: 954, 10: 199, 12: 326, 15: 774-775; Desmond p. 302-303; Jackson p. 64, 231, 238, 

384; Kew 2: 649-650; Langman p. 359; Lasegue p. 214, 381; NI 854-855; Plesch p. 255; 

Quenstedt p. 197; Saccardo i : 89; Tucker i : 334-335. 

Anon., Gard. Chron. ser. 3. 79: 36. 1926. 

Druce, G. C., Bot. Soc. Exch. CI. Brit. Isl., Rep. 7(5): 849. 1926. 

Fletcher, H. R., Story Royal Horticultural Society 1804-1968: 242, 278, 407. 1969. 

Huxley, L., Life letters J. D. Hooker i : 374, 452. 1918. 

Jackson, B. D., Proc. Linn. Soc. London 138: 82-83. 1926, also in Nature 117: 130. 1926. 

Rendle, A. B., J. Bot. 64: 55-56. 1926. 

Schmid and Guedes, Taxon 24(5/6): 663. 1975. 

Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 93-94. 1903. 

2656. The student's catalogue of British plants. Arranged according to the student's flora of the 
British Isles, by Sir J. D. Hooker, . . . compiled by Rev. George Henslow, . . . London 
(Frederic Norgate, . . .) s.d. [1879]. Qu. (in 2-s). [Stud. cat. Brit. pL). 
Publ.: 1879, [i]-44. Coj&j;:NY. 

Henslow, John Stevens (i 796-1861), British clergyman, botanist and mineralogist at 
Cambridge (1822, 1825); vicar of Cholsey, Berks. (1832), then rector of Hitcham (1837). 
{J.HensL). 

herbarium and types: CGE and Saffron Waldon Museum (fide BB) ; further material at 
AK, GL, IPS, K, NTN, OXF, P. Letters at BM, K, and Fitzwilliam Museum (Cambridge) . 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : 1 6 1 ; BB p. 1 45- 1 46 ; BL i : 95, 30 1 , 2 : 266, 667 ; 

BM 2: 826; Bossert p. 172; Clokie p. 181 ; CSP 3: 296, 12: 326; Desmond p. 303; DNB 26: 

i35;DSB6: 288-289; Hortus3: 1195 ("Hensl."); IH 2: 270; Jackson p. 558 [index] ; Kew 2 : 

650-651 ; Langman p. 359; Lenleyp. 221; LS 12079-12082; MWp. 175; NI 2222, 2224; PR 

3977-3980 (ed. 1:4374-4377); Quenstedt p. i97;Rehder5: 384; Tucker i : 335, 776; Zander 

ed. 10, p. 669-670. 

Allan, M., The Hookers of Kew 239 [index]. 1967. 

Anon., Bull. Soc. bot. France 8: 293. 1861, 9: vii. 1862; Gard. Chron. 1861 : 505-506, 527- 

528, 551-552. 1861; Proc. Linn. Soc. London 1860/61: xxv-xh. 1861. 
Babington, C. C, Mem., Journ. bot. corr. 472 [index]. 1897. 
Balfour, Trans, bot. Soc. Edinburgh 7(1): 196-200. 1861. 
Barlow, N., ed. Darwin and Henslow, the growth of an idea. Letters 1831-1860. Bentham- 

Moxon Trust, John Murray, London 1967, xii, 251 p., map, 5/^/., also: Univ. of Cahfornia 

Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1967. 
Bennett, East Anghan Magazine 33(12): 632-634. 1974 (portr.). 
Druce, G. C, Fl. Berkshire clxiv-clxv. 1897. 
Henslow, G., J. Roy. Hort. Soc. 38: 220-224. 1913 (portr.); also: in Oliver, F. W., Makers 

Brit. bot. 151-163, 225, 275. 1913 (portr.). 
Huxley, L., Life letters J. D. Hooker 2: 538-539 [index]. 1918. 
Jenyns, L. (Leonard Blofield), Memoir of the Rev. John Stevens Henslow. London 1862, ix, 

278 p., portr. (by H's brother-in-law). 
Kent, D. H., Brit, herbaria 59. 1957. 
Martin, Trans. Suff. Nat. Soc. 13(6): 406-408. 1967. 
Milner, J. D., Cat. portr. Kew 60. 1906. 
Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 19: 256. 1861. 
Smyth, Quart. J. geol. Soc. London 18(1): xxxv-xxxvii. 1862. 
Trimen, H., J. Bot. 16: 382. 1878. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(3): 79. 1905. 
Woodward, H. B., Hist. geol. Soc. London 240. 1907 (n.v.). 

COMPOSITE works: Co-editor (withB. Maund) oi The Botanist, London 1837-1846, vol. 1-5, f. 

eponymy: Henslowia Wallich (1831-1832); Henslowia Blume (1850). 

163 



HENSLOW 

2657. A catalogue of British plants, arranged according to the natural system, with the syn- 
onyms of de Candolle, Smith, and Lindley . . . Cambridge (Printed by James Hodson 
. . .) 1829. Oct. (in fours). [Cat. Brit. pi.). 

Ed. i: 1829, p. [i], [i]-40. Copies: G, HH. 

Ed. 2: 1835 (p. iii: Jun 1835), p. [i-vi], columns 1-108, p. [109]-! 15. Copies: HH, NY. - 
"Second edition." Cambridge (printed by W. Metcalfe, . . .) 1835. Oct. (in fours). 

2658. The principles of descriptive & physiological botany. London (published by Longman, 
Rees, Orme, Brown & Green . . . and John Taylor) 1835. Oct. [Princip. hot.). 

Publ.: 1835, front., p. \i\-wu\, \^i'\-2)'^'2.. Copy: \J^. - Other t.^.: "The cabinet encyclopaedia ... 
Natural history. Descriptive and physiological Botany." (vol. 75.). 

2659. A dictionary of botanical terms . . . Illustrated by nearly two hundred cuts. London 
(Groombridge and Sons) s.d. Oct. (in fours). {Diet. hot. terms). 

Orig. ed. : issued in small parts with The botanic garden and The botanist. (Dates unknown: BM 
has 1 837?- 1 85 1?, PR "1850", first review by BSbFJul-Aug 1856), p. [i-iv], [i]-2i8. Copy: 
MO. 

Mew "edition" (reissue): London (id.) s.d., publ. 1858, p. [i-iv], [i]-2i8. Copies: NY, US, 
USDA. 

A further new "edition" came out in 1891, London (Newman) (Nat. Nov. Jan (i). 1892) 

(n.v.). 

2660. Flora of Suffolk: a catalogue of the plants (indigenous or naturalized,) found in a wild 
state in the county of Suffolk; by the rev. J. S. Henslow, . . . and Edmund Skepper . . . 
London (Simpkin & Marschall), Bury St. Edmund's (Jackson and Frost) s.d. [i860]. Duod. 
(in sixes) . {Fl. Suffolk) . 

Co-author: Edmund Skepper (1825-1867), druggist at Harwich and Bury St. Edmund's. 
Publ.: i860 (p. viii: 4 Jun i860), p. [i]-x, [i, h.t.], [i]-i39. Copy: NY. -According to Martin 
(1967), Henslow's name was included as co-author without his consent. 

Hentig, H. {fl. 1 88 1 ) , German botanist. {Hentig) . 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BFM 231 ; BM 2: 826; CSP 12: 326; Rehder 5: 384. 

2661. Flora von Eberswalde und Umgegend. Aufzahlung und Beschreibung der wildwach- 
send beobachten Phanerogamen und Gefasskryptogamen, sowie der wichtigsten Kultur- 
und Zierpflanzen nebst ausfiihrlicher Anleitung zum Bestimmen derselben. Zusammenge- 
stellt von H. Hentig. Berlin (Mager und Miiller) 1881 [changed in ink to 1882]. Oct. {Fl. 
Eberswald.). 

Publ.: ]an-Feh 1882 (Bot. Zeit. 24 Feb 1882; Nat. Nov. Feb(2) 1882), p. [i]-xxxii, chart, [i]- 
172. Copy: B. 

Hepp, Johann Adam Philipp ( 1 797- 1 867) , German physician, lichenologist and political 
activist who lived in exile in Switzerland 1851-1867. {Hepp). 

HERBARIUM and types: BM (2406 hch., 770 bryoph., 1640 algae). Algae also at G. Exsiccatae: 
{ I ) Die Flechten Europas in getrockneten mikroskopisch untersuchten Exemplaren mit Be- 
schreibung und Abbildung ihrer Sporen. Vols. 1-16, fasc. 1-32, nos. 1-962. Ziirich (Meyer 
und Zeller), 1853-1867, vols. 13-16 published by Jean Miiller Argoviensis (1826-1896). Sets 
in many herbaria, e.g. B, BRN, BM, CM, FH, G, NY, O, PC, S, STR, UPS. Text issued 
separately as Abbildungen und Beschreibungen der Sporen . . . see no. 2663. A continuation of 
Schaerer, Lichenes helvetici exsiccati. 

(2) Systematische Sammlung der von Dr. Hepp im Kanton Zurich selbstaufgefundenen Flech- 
ten, nebst ihrer mikroskopisch untersuchten Sporen, geordnet nach Schaerer's Enumeratio 
critica hchen. eur. fasc. i,pl. 1-18, nos. 1-250. Zurich 1849-1852. Sets at B, HAL. 
Ref : LS 1 2087 (dates, numbers of ( i ) ) . 

Nylander, Bull. Soc. bot. France i : 257-259, 319-320. 1854. 

164 



HERBERT 

Fournier, Bull. Soc. bot. France i4(bibl.): 144. 1867 (sale herb.). 

Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(1): 133-134. 1969. 

Hawksworth, D. L. and M. R. D. Seaward, Lichenol. Brit. Isl. 94, 213. 1977. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : 161 ;BM 2:826; CSP3: 300; DTS i : iio,4:xlv; 

Frank 3(Anh.): 43; GR p. 18-19 (important biogr. references), cat. p. 65; Hawksworth p. 

183; IH 2: 270; Jackson p. 228, 312; Kew 2: 652; Krempelh. i : 270; LS 12083-12092; NI 

856; PR 3981-3982 (ed. 1 : 4379) ; SBC p. 122 ("Hepp") ; Urban-Berl. p. 287. 

Anon., Bot. Zeit. 25: 88. 1867. 

Koster, J. T., Taxon 18: 583. 1969 (algae at G). 

eponymy: Arctoheppia Lynge (1938); Heppia Naegeli (1853); x Heppiantha H. E. Moore 
(1954); Heppiella Regel (1853); Heppiomyces Ciferri & Tomaselli (1953); Neoheppia A. 
Zahlbruckner (1909); Pseudoheppia A. Zahlbruckner (1903). 

2662. Lichenen-Flora von Wiirzburg, oder Aufzahlung und Beschreibung der um Wiirzburg 
wachsenden Flechten mit einer neuen Zusammenstellung der Gattungen und einer fass- 
lichen Erlauterung der Gattungsmerkmale begleitet; fur Anfanger der Flechtenkunde 
bearbeitet von Philipp Hepp, . . . Mit lythographirten [sic] Abbildungen der zu erklaren- 
den Gattungen. Mainz (Bei Florian Kupferberg) 1824. Oct. {Lich.-Fl. Wiirzburg). 

Publ.: 1824 (Flora 28 Oct 1824), p. [i-iii], [i]-i05, [106, expl. pi.], i pL, [i,err.] Copies: G, M, 
MICH, NY. 

2663. Abbildungen und Beschreibungen der Sporen zum i. ii. iii. und iv. [Heft 2 : v. vi. vii. und viii; 
Heft 3: ix. X. xi. und xii.; Heft 4: xiii, xiv, xv. und xvi] Band der Flechten Europas in 
getrockneten mikroskopisch untersuchten Exemplaren. Herausgegeben von Philipp Hepp, 
Dr. med. . . . Ziirich (1-3: zu beziehen bei dem Herausgeber, 4: zu beziehen bei Dr. Miiller 
in Genf). 1853-1867, 4 Hefte. {Abbild. Beschr. Spor.). 

Heft r. 1853 (t.p.; but Bot. Zeit. 16 Feb 1855, Flora Apr-Jun 1855) p. [i-viii] , />/. 1-26, with 

text (partly col. liths.). 
Heft 2: Jul 1857 (t.p.; Flora Mar-Apr 1858), p. [i-vi], pi. 2J-55 (id.). 
Hefts: Aug i860 (t.p.), p. \\-\\\, pi. 56-82 (id.). 
Heft 4: Apr 1867 (t.p.; Flora 18 Mai 1867), p. [i],/)/. 83-110 (id.). 

Synonymen-Register zu Dr. Phil. Hepp's Flechten Europa's Band i-xvi und zu dessen Abbil- 
dungen der Flechten-Sporen Heft i-iv, Zurich 1867, cover, p. [i]-22. 

Copies: MO, NY, USDA; IDC 714; Syn.-reg. also at MICH. - BM (2: 826) cites also an 
undated earlier index (to vols, i-xii and Hefte i-iii) of 17 p. 

Herbert, William (1778- 1847), British botanist who entered the Anglican ministry in 
1814, active at Spotforth, Yorkshire. [Herb.). 

types: Hitchcock (List 2: 12) states that Herbert's types are at K. Mr. J. P. M. Brenan kindly 
informs us that there are indeed some types of Herbert in the Kew herbarium, mostly 
based on other people's collections. No plant collections made by Herbert are known to be at 
K. Some drawings are at the Royal Horticultural Society. Further investigation is needed. 

bibliography and biography: AG 3: 442, 569; Barnhart 2: 162; Backer p. 262; BB p. 146; 
BM 2: 827; Bret. p. 284; CSP3: 305; Dawson p. 509; Desmond p. 303; DNB 26: 234; Frank 
3(Anh.): 43; Hortus3: 1195 ("Herb."); Jackson p. 100, 123, 558; Kew 2: 655; Langman p. 
359; Moebiusp. 350; MWp. 175; NI 857; Plesch p. 255; PR 3983-3984 (ed. 1:4381-4382); 
Rehder 5: 385; RS p. 87; Zander ed. 10, p. 669. 
Anon., Bot. Zeit. 5: 636-637. 1847; Flora 30: 656. 1847. 
Dallman and Wood, Trans. Liverpool bot. Soc. i : 73. 1903. 
Guimond, A. A., The honorable and very reverend William Herbert, thesis. Madison, Wise. 

[not publ.]. (bibl. on p. 218-231) (University Microfilms) (xeroxcopy FAS) ; also: z« C. C. 

Gillispie, DSB 6: 295-297. 1972 (bibl., q.v. for various refs. not quoted here). 
Nelmes & Cuthbertson, Curtis's Bot. Magaz. Dedic. 1827-1927. p. 46. 1932 (portr.). 
Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 567. 1963. 

165 



HERBERT 

Roberts, H. F., Plant hybridization before Mendel, 1929, New York 1965, p. 36A [index]. 
Traub, H. P., An introduction to Herbert's "Amaryllidaceae, etc." 1837 and related works. 

Lehre 1970, 93 p., (also as intr. to facsimile reprint Amaryllidaceae, Lehre 1970). 
Worsley, Herbertia4: 13-27. 1937 (portr.,bibl.), (with reprint of H's "On crosses and hybrid 

intermixtures in vegetables"). 

EPONYMY (genus): Herbertia Sweet (1827); (journal): Herbertia (American Amaryllis So- 
ciety), Orlando, Florida. Vol. 3-[26], 1936-1959. 

2664. An Appendix. By the hon. and rev. William Herbert. With plates. London (James 
Ridgway and Sherwood, Neely, and Jones) 1821. Oct. (in fours). [Appendix] . 

Publ. -.Dec 1821 (probably; certainly between Oct 1 821, date of postscript, and i Jan 1822), p. 
[i], [i]-52, 4pL Copies: G, MICH, MO, NY, WU; IDC 5307. - Issued with the index to 
vols. 43-48 of the Botanical Magazine (1815-1821) and usually bound with vol. 48. The 
title on the original wrapper reads "An Appendix to the Botanical Magazine and the 
Botanical Register." 

Ref.: Sealy, R., Kew Bull. 1939: 49-68. 
Marshall, Herbertia 12: 37-38. 1947. 
Stearn, W. T., J. Soc. Bibl. nat. Hist. 2: 375-377. 1952. 

2665. Amaryllidaceae; preceded by an attempt to arrange the monocotyledonous orders, and 
followed by a treatise on cross-bred vegetables, and supplement . . . London (James 
Ridgway and Sons, . . .) 1837. Oct. [Amaryllidaceae). 

Publ.: End of Apr 1837, p. [i]-vi, [vii, err., viii, adv.], [i]-428, />/. 1-48. Copies: G, MICH, 

MO, NY, US, USDA; IDC 1 1 1. -For an extensive commentary see Traub (1970). -The 

48 plates are by W. Herbert; partly coloured in some copies. 
Facsimile ed.: Lehre (J. Cramer) 1970, Historiae naturalis classica 79, ISBN 3-7682-0672-6. 

Introduction by W. H. Traub. Copy: FAS. 
Re/.: GF p. 59 (q.v. for notes on the illustrations) ; Sotheby 336. 

Stearn, W. T., J. Soc. Bibl. nat. Hist. 2: 376-377. 1952. 

Stafleu, F. A., Taxon 19: 420-421. 1970. 

Lubrecht, H., Early Amer. bot. Works 1907, no. 184. 

Herbich, Franz ( 1 79 1 - 1 865) , Austrian military surgeon and botanist, at Naples 1 82 1 - 1 824, 
from 1824 active mainly in Galicia and the Bucowina. [Herbich). 

HERBARIUM and types: W; other material at CERN and WRSL. Herbich left his library and 
herbarium to the Zoologisch-botanischer Verein Wien. 
Ref.: Anon., Flora 48: 525. 1865. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG(i): 758; Barnhart 2: 162; Backer p. 652; BM 2: 827; 
Bossertp. 172; CSP3: 305, 7: 956; 10: 200; Hortus 3: 1 195 ("Herbich"); IH 2: 270; Kew 2: 
655; Kanitz 306; PR 3985-3988 (ed. i: 4383-4384); Rehder 5: 385; Saccardo i: 89, 2: 58; 
Zander ed. 10, p. 669. - 

Neilreich, A., Verh. k.k. zool.-bot. Ges. 15: 963-974. 1865 (portr., bibl.). 
Pax, F., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Karpathen 14-15, 31,37, 38, 55, 56, 57, 59. 1898 (Veg. Erde 
2(1))- 

Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 24: 88. 1866. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 81. 1903. 

EPONYMY : Herbichia Zawadsky ex Guillemin (1833). 

2666. Additamentum ad Floram Galiciae. Auctore Dr. F. Herbich, . . . Leopoli [Lwow], 
Stanislavoviae [Stanislawow], et Tarnoviae [Tarnow, Krakau] (apud Kuhn et Millikowski) 
et Przemysliae [Przemysl] (C. Wensel) 1831. Oct. (in fours). [Addit.fl. Galic). 

Publ.: 1831 (p. 6: 7 calend. dec. 1830), p. [i]-46, [1-2, index], i pi. Copies: G, NY. 

2667. Selectus plantarum rariorum Galiciae et Bucovinae. Czernovicii [Czernowitz; Chernovtsy] 
(Typis Petri et Joannis Eckhardt) 1836. Qu. [Select, pi. Galic). 

Publ.: Feb-Aug 1836 (p. 8: 13 Dec 1835, Flora rd. 14 Sep 1836), p. [i]-i9. Copies: G, NY. 

166 



HERDER 

2668. Stirpes rariores Bucovinae, oder die seltenen Pflanzen der Bucovina von Dr. F. Herbich, 
... Stanislawow (Gedruckt bei Johann Paul Filler) 1853. Oct. {Stirp. rar. Bucov.). 

PubL: Aug-Sep 1853 (P- [9]- 20 Jul 1853; Flora rd. Oct-Nov 1854), p. [i]-65, [1-2, index], 

Copies: MO, NY. 
Ref.: Anon., Flora 37: 668-671. 14 Nov 1854. 

2669. Flora der Bucovina. Leipzig (Verlag von F. Volckmar) 1859. Oct. (Fl. Bucovina). 
PubL: 1859 (p. vi: 14 Nov 1858; BSbF Sep-Dec 1859), p. [i*], [i]-vi, [i]-/^&o.Copies:'&K,G, 

MO, NY. 
Ref.: Anon., Bull. Soc. bot. France 6: 365-366. 1859. 
Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 18: 82-83. i860. 

Herbst, William (1833- 1907), American physician and mycologist; M. D. Jefferson 
medical college 1855; practicing physician at Trexlertown, Lehigh Co., Pa., later also 
lectured at Muhlenberg College, Pa. {Herbst). 

HERBARIUM and types: PH (fungi and lichens) ; 200 further fungi at MICH. Manuscript of 
Fungal flora in Lloyd Library, Cincinnati. 
Ref.: Pennell, F. W., Bartonia 22: 14. 1943. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 162; Bossert p. 172; CSP 15: 780; IH 2: 270; 

Stevenson p. 1244. 

Harshberger, J. W., Bot. Philadelphia 291-293, 446. 1899 (portr.). 

Herbst, W., Fungal fl. Lehigh Valley, 1899, frontispiece portrait of author. 

Hesler, L. R., Biogr. sketches N. Amer. mycol. 1975, mss. 

Kelly, H. A., in Kelly, H. A. & W. L. Burrage, Amer. med. biogr. 516. 1920; Some Amer. 

med. bot. 190-191. 1929. 
Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 475 [index]. 1963. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(3) : 197. 1905. 

2670. Fungal flora of the Lehigh Valley, Pa. . . . Allentown, Pa. (Berkemeyer, Keck & Co.) 
1899. Oct. (size). {Fung.fl. Lehigh Valley). 

PubL: Aug-Dec 1899 (p. [2]: i Aug 1899), frontisp. portr., p. [i-ii], [i]-229, 25 uncol. pi. 
Copies: Stevenson {24PL), USDA. 

Herder, Ferdinand Gottfried Maximilian Theobald von (1828- 1896), German bo- 
tanist who studied law at Erlangen but who was denied admittance to the bar on political 
grounds; to St. Petersburgh 1856 in various functions (ultimately librarian) at the herbarium, 
of the imperial botanical garden; Dr. phil. Leopoldina 1863; returned to Germany (Griin- 
stadt) 1892, "Vermittler zwischen den russischen und deutschen Botanikern." {Herder). 

HERBARIUM and types: LE. 

Ref: Lipsky, V. L, Herb. S. Petersb. bot. Sada 95. 1898. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 162; BJI i : 26; BM 2: 828-829; Bossert p. 172; 
Bret. p. 1065; CSP 3: 306, 7:957, 10: 201, 12: 327, 15: 780-781; DTS i : iio-ii i; Hortus3: 
1 195 ("Herder"); IH 2: 270; Jackson p. 558 [index]; Kew 2: 656; Lipschitz 2: 259-263; LS 
i2098-i2098a; MW p. 175, suppl. p. 96; PR 3989; Rehder 5: 385; SO 3659; TR 538-551, 
1 139, 1 141 ; Tucker i : 335; Zander ed. 10, p. 669. 

Note: see Lipschitz 2: 259-263 for a complete bibliography and for further biographical 
references. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1897: 47; Polhchia54: 16-19. 1896 (portr.); Leopoldina 32: 133-134. 1896. 

Bettelheim, A., ed., Biogr. Jahrb. deut. Nekrol. 3: 92*. 1900. 

Lipsky, V. I., S. Petersb. bot. sad. 3: 274-279. 1915. 

Nadzon, G. A., in A. A. Fischer von Waldheim, 1st. Imp. S. -Petersb. bot. Sada 213-217. 

1899. 
Radde, G., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Kaukasuslander 7, 13. 1899 (Veg. Erde 3). 
Shetler, S. G., Komarov bot. Inst. 130-131. 1967. 

167 



Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 174. 1903. 

Zaunick, Nova Acta Leop. N,F. 33( 180) : 274-283. 1967 (portr., bibl, important study based 
on original sources) . 

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL WORKS: Herder published a continuation of Trautvetter's Florae rossicae 
f antes (TR) as Pontes florae rossicae continuatio 1846-18'jg, Bot. Centralbl. 5: 155-158, 185-188, 
220-222, 281-284, 316-318, 346-348, 395-398, 406-408. 1881 ; 6: 31-34, 63-67, 137-138, 176- 
178, 245-247, 277-296, 324-329. 1881. A further important publication in botanical bibliog- 
raphy was his Catalogus systematicus bibliothecae horti imperialis botanici petropolitani. Editio nova. 
Petropoli 1886, xi, 510 p. (11.253 titles, 22.786 vols.). See also his Biographische Notizen 
mentioned below under no. 2671. 

COMPOSITE WORKS : ( I ) Eduard Regel und F. von Herder, Enumeratio plantarum in regiombus Cis- 
et Transiliensibus a cl. Semenovio anno i8^y collectarum (1864- 1870), see under Regel. 

handwriting: S.J. Lipschitz and I. T. Vasilczenko, Herbarium centrale URSS 98. 1968. 

2671. Reisen in den Suden von Ostsiberien im Auftrage der Kaiserlichen Russischen geographi- 
schen Gesellschaft ausgefiihrt in den Jahren 1855- 1859 durch G. Radde. Botanische 
Abtheilung oder Flora der Gebiete des Russischen Reiches ostlich vom Altai bis nach 
Kamtschatka und dem Russischen Nordamerika, nach den von G. Radde, Rieder, Scha- 
ripoff, Sensinoff, Stubendorffund Anderen gesammelten Pflanzen. Monopetalae bearbeitet 
von F. V. Herder. Band 3 [4] ... Moskau (In der Buchdruckerei der Kaiserhchen Uni- 
versitat) 1864- 1879. Oct. {Reis. Ostsib.). 

Publ. : A series of independently paged reprints from journals, of which five were issued under 
the "Reisen" title. 

Heft r. 1864 (p. ii: 12 Mar 1864; p. 3: 2/14 Feb 1864), p. [i-ii], [i]-46,/)/. /-j. 

Heft 2: 1867, p. [i-ii], [i]-i34, />/. 6-g. 

Hefts: 1869 (Bot. Zeit. 7 Mai 1869), p. [i-ii], [i]-53. 

Heft 4: 1870 (Flora Mar 1871), p. [i-ii], [i]-73. 

Heft [5]: Band 4, Heft i: 1873 (p. 304: 13/25 Feb 1873), P- [i]-340- 

Heft 6 and following: not included in the "Reisen" but reprints issued separately as 
independently paged reprints ot'Plantae Raddeanae monopetalae, a series of papers published 
in Bull. Soc. Natur. Moscou and Acta Hort. bot. Petrop. (the following list contains also 
the data on Hefte 1-5 of the ""Reisen") : 



Bulletin 




pages Reisen 




pages 


dates 


vol. 


year 


vol. 


Heft 






37(0 


1864 


190-235 3 


I 


[i]-46 


1864 


38(2) 


1865 


369-421 


2 


[i]-53 


1865 


40(1) 


1867 


201-241 


2 


54-96 


1867 






406-447 


2 


97-134 


1867 


41(2) 


1868 


[i]-53 


3 


[i]-53 


1868 


43(1) 


1870 


[8i]-iii 


4 


[•]-3i 


1870 


-(2) 


1870 


[i74]-2o6, 208-217 


4 


32-73 


1870 


Acta 1(2) 




283-586 4(1) 


5 


[i]-304 


1873, Feb. 


53(1) 


1878 


1-30 


Add. 


[i]-30 


1878 (post 
Feb.) 


Acta 7(1) 




393-396 J. H. Schultes) 




[i]-4 


1880 


56(1) 


1881 


141-187 




[i]-47 


1881 (1880?) 


58(2) 


1883 


367-415 


6 


[ij-49 


1884, Jan-Mar 


(3) 


1883 


38-1 II 




50-122 


1884, Jan-Mar 


59(2) 


1884 


[23O-245 


[7] 


[i]-i5 


1885, Jan-Mar 


60(1) 


1885 


[ii9]-i66 


[8] 


[i]-48 


1885 


Acta 10(1) 




1-82 


[9] 


[l]-82 


1887 



Copies (reprint series): G(2), NY, Leopoldina (see Zaunick 1967), US (incompl.), USDA 
(incompl.). 

168 



HERIBAUD-JOSEPH 

Collectors and contributing authors: see Herder, Biographische Motizen iiber einige in den Plantae 
raddeanae genannte Sammler und Autoren, inEngler, Bot.Jahrb. 9: 429-456. 1888. - Main 
collector: Gustav Ferdinand Richard Radde (i 831-1903), pharmacist, from 1852 in Russia, 
travelled in Eastern Siberia 1855- 1859. 
Re/.: Zaunick, Nova Acta Leop. N.F. 33(180): 283. 1967. 

2672. Verzeichniss von G. Forster's Icones plantarum in itinere ad insulas maris australis col- 
lectarum. Nach dem in der Bibhothek des kaiserlichen botanischen Gartens zu St. Peters- 
burg befindlichen einzigen Exemplar zusammengestellt und erlautert von F. v. Herder 
... St. Petersburg 1885. Oct. {Verz. Forst. Icon, pi.) . 

Publ.: 1885, p. [i]-26. Coj^: NY. - Acta Horti Petrop. 9: 485-510. 1885. ~ Description of a 
set of drawings byjohann Georg Adam Forster (1754- 1794) at LE. 

Hergt, Johann Ludwig [fl. 1822), German botanist at Hadamar. (Hergt). 

HERBARIUM and types: JE. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BM 2: 829; PR 3990 (ed. 1 : 4386) ; Rehder i : 377. 

2673. Versuch einer systematischen Flora von Hadamar, mit einer Anleitung zur Pflanzen- 
kenntniss fur Schulen, entworfen von J. L. Hergt. Hadamar (im Verlage der neuen Gelehr- 
ten-Buchhandlung) 1822. Oct. {Vers. Fl. Hadamar). 

Publ.: 1822, (p. vi: Christmonat 182 1), p. [i]-xvi, [i]-4i6. Copies: B, G, NY. -Hadamar is a 
town near Wiesbaden, Hessen. 

Heribaud-Joseph, Frere (Caumel, Jean Baptiste) (1841-1918), French clergyman and 
botanist. (Herib.). 

HERBARIUM and types: CLF; further material at BM (mosses, fide Sayre (1978) and diatoms, 
orig. fide Fryxell), K, L, MPU, P, PC, PH (diat.), S (diat.), WRSL. - Exsiccatae: Collections 
des cryptogames de PAmerique du Sud, nos. i-ioo, 1912. No set known, see Sayre (1969). 
Re/.: Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(1): 28. 1968; Bryologist 80: 509. 1978. 
Fryxell, G., Beih. Nova Hedwigia 35: 361. 1975. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart i : 323, 2: 162; BM 2: 829, 6: 455; BL 2: 126, 136, 
667; CSP 12: 327, 15: 784; IH 2: 270; IF p. 702; De Toni i : xxix; Kew 2: 656; Rehder 5: 
385; SBC p. 122 ("Herib.") ; Tucker i : 336. 
Anon., Rev. bryol. 22(1) : 16. 1895 (prix Montague for Diatom. Auvergne) ; 27(2) : 32 (id. for 

Muscin. Auvergne); 34(3/4): 723 (dupl. musci at MPU); Monde des Plantes 7: 50, 74. 

1898 (bibl., eponymy). 
Dangeard, Bull. Soc. bot. France 65: 70. 1918. 

eponymy: Heribaudia M. Peragallo (1893); Henbaudiella Gomont (1896). 

2674. Flore d' Auvergne contenant la description des families, genres, especes et varietes de 
toutes les plantes vasculaires qui croissent spontanement dans les departements du Puy-de- 
Dome et du Cantal, I'indication de leurs proprietes usuelles, des clefs analytiques conduisant 
rapidement aux noms specifiques et un vocabulaire des termes techniques employes dans cet 
ouvrage. Clermont-Ferrand (Typographic de Ferdinand Thibaud) 1883. Oct. [Fl. Au- 
vergne) . 

Co-author: Frere Gustave (nothing is known to us about this author). 

Ed. i: 1883 (J. Bot. Oct 1883), p. [i]-xlvin, [i]-576. Copies: G, NY. 

Re-issue: 1888 (Nat. Nov. Aug 1889), p. [i]-xlviii, [i]-576. Copy: HH. - Clermont-Ferrand 
(Michel Bellet & Fils, . . . ) 1888. - New imprint on sticker on old t.p. 

Supplement: 1892 (p. 51: Jun 1892; Nat. Nov. Jan 1893), p. [i]-5i. Copies: HH, NY. - 
Clermont-Ferrand (Imprimerie M. Bellet & Fils) 1892, i8-mo. 

Nouvelle edition 1915: Paris (de Sigord, Leon L'homme), Tours (Mame et Fils), Clermont- 
Ferrand (J. B. Valleix) 1915. Oct., publ. Jun-Dec 1915 (p. xv: 12 Mai 1915), p. [i]-xv, 
[xvi, analyse], [i]-638, [ i, err.]. Copy: G. - 'Tlore d'Auvergne par le Frere Heribaud- 

169 



HERIBAUD-JOSEPH 

Fl. Auvergne, i88j, ctd. 

Joseph . . . avec une introduction et les characees du plateau central par I'abbe F. Hy 
..." (Felix Charles Hy, 1 853-1918). 

2675. Les diatomees d' Auvergne . . . Clermont-Ferrand (Pensionnat des freres des ecoles 
chretiennes, . . .), Paris (Paul Klincksieck), . . .) 1893. Oct. [Diatom. Auvergne). 

PubL: 1893 (Hedwigia 15 Apr 1894; Bot. Zeit. i Mai 1894), p. [iii]-viii. [i]-255, /?/. 1-6 
(uncol. Hths. byj. Brun and Maurice Peragallo, with text). Copies: G, NY, US, USDA; 
IDC 6373. - "Prix Montagne" 1894 (awarded by Acad. Sci., Paris). 

2676. Les muscinees d' Auvergne . . . Paris (Paul Khncksieck, . . .) Clermont-Ferrand (L. 
Bellet, Pensionnat des freres des ecoles chretiennes) 1899. Oct. [Muse. Auvergne). 

Pub L: J an-] un 1899 (Rev. bryol. Jul 1899; Nat. Nov. Nov(i) 1899), p. [i-iii], [i]-544.. Copies: 
G, L (Clermont-Ferrand imprint only), NY. - Mem. Acad. Sci. Belles-Lettres Arts 
Clermont-Ferrand ser. 2. vol. 14. 

2677. Les diatomees fossilesd' Auvergne . . . Clermont-Ferrand (Pensionnat des freres des ecoles 
Chretiennes), Paris (Librairie des sciences naturelles Paul Klincksieck) 1902. Oct. {Diatom. 

foss. Auvergne) . 

First memoir: 1902 (p. 7: 25 Feb 1902), p. [i]-79,/)/. 7-5 (uncol. liths. by Maurice Peragallo). - 

Mem. Acad. Sci. Belles-Lettres Arts Clermont-Ferrand. 
Second memoir: 1903 (p. x: 12 Mai 1903), p. [i]-x, [i]- 166, pi. g- 12 (id.). 
Third memoir: 1908 (p. x: 15 Dec 1908) p. [i]-x, [i]-75,pl- 13-H (id.)- 

Copies: NY, US. Plates: the numbering continues that of the Diatomees d' Auvergne (1893). 

2678. Disposition methodique des diatomees d' Auvergne . . . Clermont-Ferrand (Pensionnat des 
freres des ecoles chretiennes . . .), Paris (Paul Klincksieck . . .) 1903. Oct. [Disp. diatom. 



PubL: 1903 (p. vi: 25 Mar 1903), p. [i]-vi, [i]-47, [48, index]. Copies: G, L, NY. 

Herincq, Francois (1820-1891), French botanist and gardener at the Museum d'histoire 
naturelle. {Herincq). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 6(2) : 154; Backer p. 262; Barnhart 2: 162; BM 2: 829 
Bossert p. 172; Hortus 3: 11 95 ("Fierincq") ; Jackson p. 23, 44, 48, 118, 198; Kew 2: 656 
Langman p. 360 ; MW p. 1 75- 1 76, suppl. p. 96 ; NI 568 ; Rehder 5 : 386 ; TL-2/60 1 , 640, 1 1 60 
Tucker i : 336; Zander ed. 10, p. 669. 

COMPOSITE works: (i) text of part 6 of A. Lavallee, Arboretum Segrezianum, 1885. 

(2) see Jacques, A., Manuel general des plantes, 3-4 vols. [i845]-i857. 

(3) see P. O. Reveil et al., Le regne vegetal, [ 1864] 1870-1871. 

(4) edited L'HorliculteurJranfais, 1851-1872. 

eponymy: Herincquia Decaisne ex A.Jacques & F. Herincq (1850). 

2679. Observations critiques sur Porigine des plantes domestiques. Paris (Imprimerie"iiorticole de E. 

Donnaud) 1869. Oct. {Observ. orig..pl.). 

PubL: 1869 (BSbF rd. Aug-Nov 1869), p. [i, iiij, liJ-36. Copy: G. - Reprinted from 

Horticulteur Jrangais nos. 5, 6, 7 (1869). 
Ref.: Anon., Bull. Soc. bot. France 16 (bibl.): 181-182. 1869. 

Hering, Constantijn J. (1800-1880), Dutch agronomist and meteorologist, active in 
Suriname. {Hering). 

HERBARIUM and types: L, U. 

170 



HERMANN, P. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BL 1 : 258, 301 ; CSP 15: 785; IH 2: 271 (dates err.) ; JW 3: 
354; Lasegue p. 349; Tucker i : 336. 
Koster, J. T., Blumea 2(3) : 233. 1936. 

2680. Overzicht van de cultuurgewassen en Boschproducten in verband met Nijverheid en 
Handel in de Kolonie Suriname Nederlandsch Guiana, Z.A. . . . Paramaribo (H. B. Heyde) 
1 902- 1 903, 6 parts. {Overz. cultuurgew. Suriname). 

r. 1902 (p. 90: 10 Apr 1902, p. x: 31 Oct 1901), p. [i]-xvii, [ ij, [ i]-90. 

2: 1902, p. [9i]-i82, [183-184, err.]. 

5: 1903 (p. 230: 20 Feb 1903, Nat. Nov. Aug(2) 1903), portr. H. C. Foctce, [i85]-230. 

4- 1903, [23i]-257- 

5- 1903, [2591-272. 

6: 1903, [2731-296, |i]-xii. 
Copy: MO. 

2681. Nuttige Palmen der kolonie Suriname . . . Paramaribo (H. B. Heyde) 1903. (Palmen 
Suriname) . 

Publ.: 1903, p. [i-iii], |i]-42, |i]-iv. Copy: MO. 

Hermann, Friedrich (1873-1967), German botanist, lawyer and notary. {F. Herm.). 

HERBARIUM and types: GAT; some material at L, LE. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BM 1402, 3324; BJI 2: 74; BL 2: 475, 667; Hortus 3: 1195 
("F. Herm."); IH 2: 271 ; Kew 2: 658; KR p. 290; Langman p. 360; LS 12 no. 
Scholz, Verb. bot. Ver. Brandenburg 108: 80-88. 1973 (portr., bibl.). 

2682. Flora von Deutschland und Fennoskandinavien sowie von Island und Spitzbergen . . . 
Leipzig (Theodor Oswald Weigel) 191 2. Oct. {Fl. Deutschl. Fennoskand.). 

Publ. :]un 1912 (p. [3]: Nov 191 1; Nat. Nov.Jun(2) I9i2),p. [i]-^24.. Copies: BR, HH, MO, 

NY, U, US. 
Ed. 2: Oct 1956, p. [i]-xi, [xii, err. J, | ij-i 154. Copies: G, MO, NY, US. -Flora von JVord- und 

Mitteleuropa . . . Stuttgart (Gustav Fischer Verlag) Oct. (See Taxon 7: 86. 1958). {Fl. JV.- 

Mitt.-Eur.) 

Hermann, Johannes Gotthelf ( 1741-x), German pharmacist. {J. Herm.). 
HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

2683. De olerum vernalium praestantia. Leipzig 1763. (n.v.). {Oler. vern.). 
Publ.: 18 Feb 1763 (preface?; fide Rothmaler). 

Ref.: Rothmaler, W., Repert. Sp. nov. 53(1): 35. 1944- 

Hermann, Paul (1646- 1695), Dutch botanist and explorer of German birth, travelled in 
Africa, India and Ceylon, professor of botany at Leiden 1680-1695. {P. Herm.). 

herbarium: The main Hermann herbarium was acquired by Sir Joseph Banks and is now at 
BM. It is the basis of Hermann's Museum zeylanicum and of Linne's Flora zeylanica and contains 
many Linnaean types with annotations in Linnaeus's own handwriting. Another Hermann 
herbarium of Ceylon plants is at L. (IDC microfiche 8302/1). The Hermann herbarium on 
which the Thesaurus zeylanicus of Johannes Burman (TL-2/928) is based is at the Institut de 
France. In the absence of Linnaean Flora zeylanica types from the London herbarium, the 
Burman herbarium should be consulted. The original collection of plants made by Hermann 
at the Cape of Good Hope in 1672 is incorporated in Hortus Siccus 75 of the Sloane 
herbarium (BM). For an extensive study of Hermann's activities at the Cape and of his 
collections see M. C. Karsten (1967). Another important Hermann herbarium (mainly 
Ceylonese) is at Gotha (see Rauschert 1970 who also provides an extensive bibliography on 
the Hermann herbaria) ; several Hermann specimens are in the Thunbcrg herbarium 
(UPS). 

171 



HERMANN, P. 

Ref.: Trimen, H., J. Linn. Soc. Bot. 24: 129-155. 1887 (Ceylon herb.). 

Boulger, G. S., History of Ceylon botany, in Trimen, Handbook to the flora of Ceylon 5, 

app. 4: 367. 1900. 
Murray, Hist. Coll. BMNH 154-155- 1904- 
Ardagh, J. Bot. 69: 137-138- 1921- 

Ooststroom, S.J. van, Blumea, Suppl. i: 193-209. 1937. 
Dandy, J. E., The Sloane herbarium 137-138. 1958. 
Lourteig, A., Taxon 15: 23-33. 1966 (Thesaurus zeylanicus herb.). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 6(2): 64 1 ; Barnhart 2: 163; Backer p. 262; BM 2: 831; 
Clokiep. 182-183; Dryanders: 279; HA 1:637; HE p. 28; Henrey2: 13, 79,265; HU 378; 
Jackson p. 325, 440, 452; JVV i: 444, 2: 192, 3: 354, 4: 388, 5: 241 (q.v. for many Dutch 
references) ; Kew 2 : 658; Langman p. 360; Lasegue p. 570 [index] ; Moebius p. 42, 44, 406; 
MWp. 176; NI 859-860; NNBW 3: ioii;Oudemansser. 2. 2: 232;Pleschp. 258; PR 3491- 
3495 (ed. i: 4392-4398) ;Rehder 5: 386; SA2: 566; SO 3722; Sotheby 339; TL-2/928, ind.; 
Tucker i : 336; Urban-Berl. p. 356. 
Bidloo, G., Oratio in funere viri clarissimi Pauli Hermanni dicta. Ed. altera. Lugduni 

Batavorum (Leiden) 1695. 
Botter, R., Leben und Verdienste des Botanikers Paul Hermann (1646- 1695), Diss. Halle 

1949 (fide Rauschert). 
Britten J., J. Linn. Soc. 45: 31-33. 1920 (Hermann herb, at BM via Augustus Gunther, Adam 

Gottlob Moltke and Joseph Banks (1793); has also Cape material). 
Burkill, L H., Chapt. hist. bot. India 6, 7, 9, 10, 11. 1965. 
Edwards, J. S. Afr. Bot. 30: 103-105. 1964. 
Eriksson, G., Bot. hist. Sverige 359 [index]. 1969. 

Fries, Th. M., Bref Skrifv. Linne 1(4): 13. 1910, 1(5): 318. 191 1, 1(6): 217. 191 2. 
Herre, H., Gen. Mesembryanthemaceae 38-39. 1971 (portr.). 
Hulth,J. M., BrefSkrifv. Linne 1(8): 18. 1922, 2(1): 236, 238, 274, 337. 1916; 2(2): 25, 49, 

83- 1943- 
Jackson, B. D.,J. Bot. 12: 136-137. 1874. 
Jourdan, Diet. Sci. med. 5: 170-171. 1822 (bibl.). 
Karsten, M. C, Old Comp. Card. Cape 179 [index]. 1951 ;J. S. Afr. Bot. 33: 1 17-132, 161- 

175. 1967; Suid-Afr. biogr. woordeb. i: 366-367. 1968 (bibl.). 
King, G., J. Bot. 27: 454-463- 1899. 

Linnaeus, C, Fl. Zeyl. 11-16. 1747, Amoen. Acad. 5: 356-357. 1760. 
MacOwan, Trans. S. Afr. philos. Soc. 4: xxxii-xxxiii. 1887. 
Molhuyzen, P. C, Bronnen Gesch. Leidsche Univ. 3: 268, 348, 352, 263*-264*, 267*-268*. 

1918. 
Peiris,J. Ceylon Branch R. Asiat. Soc. ser. 2. 2(1): 1-20. 1952 (father of Ceylon botany). 
Rauschert, HercyniaN.F. 7(4): 301-328. 1970 (biogr., bibl., extensive analysis of herbaria). 
Rendle, A. B., Enc. brit. ed. 11. 2: 9. 191 1 (term "Angiosperm"). 
Smit, Wiss. Beitr. Martin-Luther Univ. Halle- Wittenberg 1969(2): 69-88. 
Sirks, M. J., Ind. natuurond. 295 [index]. 1925. 
Stafleu, F. A., m Jacquin, Sel. stirp. amer. 1971 (facs. ed.), p. F26; Linnaeus and the 

Linnaeans 374 [index]. 1971. 
Veendorp, H. & L. G. M. Baas-Becking, Hortus acad. lugd.-bat. 1587-1937: 214 [Index]. 

1938- 

handwriting: Dandy, J. E., The Sloane Herbarium pi. 50. 1958, see also Clokie p. 279, 
Rauschert (1970) p. 303, and Peiris (1952,/)/. /). 

eponymy: Hermannia Linnaeus (1753); Mahernia Linnaeus (1767, anagram). 

2684. Horli academici lugduno-batavi catalogus exhibens plantarum omnium nomina, quibus ab 
anno mdclxxxi ad annum mdclxxxvi hortus fuit instructus ut & plurimarum in eodem 
cultarum & a nemine hucusque editarum descripdones & icones. Lugduno Batavorum 
[Leiden] (apud Cornelium Boutesteyn) 1787. Oct. {Hort. lugd.-bat. cat.). 
Publ.: 1687, front., p. [i-xviii], 1-699, [700, err.], numerous woodcuts. Co/)ze^: BR, G, MICH, 
MO, NY, W (2, of which one with notes by P. CoUinson), USDA. - Cancelled Ivs are 
known of P i , V3, X4, Y8. The engraving at Qq3 may have a corrected version pasted over 

172 



the original (which dupHcates the engraving on Qq2.). Gathering XX has f text, but see 
HU 378 for an added cancel quarter sheet. 

2685. Schola botanica sive catalogus plantarum, quas ab aliquot annis in horto regio parisiensi 
studiosis indigitavit vir clarissimus Joseph Pitton Tournefort, D.M. ut et Pauli Hermanni 
p.p. Paradisi batavi prodromus, in quo plantae rariores omnes, in batavorum hortus hactenus 
cultae, & plurimam partem a nemine antea descriptae recensentur. Edente in lucem S. W.A. 
Amstelaedami (apud Henricum Wetstenium) 1689. Duod. {Schola bot.). 

PubL: 1689, p. |i-viii], [i]-386, [4, addenda], [22,index, errataon 22]. Co/)z>.y: NY, U.-Fora 
discussion of the authorship of the Schola botanica (Wharton versus Sherard) see HU 382 
and Jackson (1874). 

7?e/". : Jackson, B. D., J. Bot. 12: 136-137. 1874. 

2686. Florae lugduno-batavae flores sive enumeratio stirpium horti lugduno-batavi methodo, 
naturae vestigiis insistente, dispositarum, & anno 1689, in lectionibus tarn publicis quam 
privatisexpositarum a Paulo Hermanno . . . nunc vero in gratiam botanophilorum primum 
in lucem editarum opera Lotharii Zumbach . . . Lugd. Batavor. [Leiden] (apud Fredericum 
Haaring) 1690. Oct. {Fl. lugd.-bat.Jl.). 

PubL: 1690, front., p. |i-xii], [ i]-267, index [1-4]. Copies: BR, G, MICH, IMY, USDA. -The 
[4] index pages seen only in the BR copy. 

2687. Paradisus batavus, continens plus centum plantas affabre aere incisas & descriptionibus 
illustratas. Cui accessit catalogus plantarum, quas pro tomis nondum editis, delineandas 
curaverat Paulus Hermannus, M.D. . . . opus posthumum. Lugduni-Batavorum [Leiden], 
impensis viduae (apud Abrahamum Elzevier) 1698. Qu. {Parad. bat.). 

Orig.: 1698, p. [i-xx], 1-247, cat. pi. [i]-i5, no [sometimes ///] unnumbered plates. Copies: 
MO, NY, U, USDA. - Plates: several of the originals in Sloane mss 4003 at B.VL. 

Reissue: 1705, [i*-ix*, frontisp., engr. t.p., dedic], p. [i-xvi], 1-247 ("90" = 206; 
"187" = 207), [i]-i5,j&/. /-///, uncol. copper engr. Copies: BR, G, U(2), USDA. - Main 
t.p. : " . . . Paradisus batavus, in numeris exoticis curiosis herbis, & rarioribus plantis, magno 
sumptu & cura ex variis terrarum orbis regionibus, tarn Oriente, quam Occidente, 
collectis, acquisitis, illustratus. Ingeniosissima, & dexterrima artificum manu elaboratis 
iconibus, ad vivum aeri incisis. Eruditissima sua, & magnorum in re herbaria versatissi- 
morum virorum, methodica descriptione, & catalogo plantarum, nondum prae immatu- 
ra morte auctoris delineatarum, locupletatus." Lugduno Batavorum (apud Petrum van 
der Aa) 1705. Qu. 

2688. Musaeum zeylanicum, sive catalogus plantarum, in Zeylana sponte nascentium, obser- 
vatarum & descriptarum. Lugduni batavorum [Leiden] (apud Isaacum Severinum) 1717. 
Oct. {Mus. zeylan.). 

Ed. 17 17: p. [i-iv], I -7 1. Copy: U. 

Re-issue: 1 726, "editio secunda", Lugduni batavorum (apud Danielem vander Vecht) 1 726. 

Oct., p. [i-iv], 1-71. Copies: B, G, USDA. 
Facsimile ed. of 1717 ed.: 1977, Leiden (Boerhaave Press), ISBN 90-701 53-04-1. Copy: FAS 

(seeTaxon27: 107-108. 1978). 
Ref.: BM 2: 831; HE p. 28; IDC 114; PR 3995 (ed. i : 4397); SA 2: 566. (1726 re-issue). 

Peiris, J. Ceylon Branch Roy. Asiat. Soc. ser. 2. 2: 1-20. 1952. 

Herold, Johann Moritz David ( 1 790-1862), German entomologist at Marburg. {Herald). 

note: Herold is a pseudonym for Schoepfer or Schroepfer ("miser quidam librorum 
consarcinator, ..." PR), a German plagiarist who also published under the name Edvard 
Brandes (q.v.). Schoepfer may well have (mis-)used J. M. D. Herold's name for the 
pseudonymous authorship of his Taschenbuch which is attributed to "Professor Dr. Herold." 
See Barnhart 2: 162 and PR 4004 (ed. i : 4409). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: ADB 13: 501-502 (J. M. D. Herold); Barnhart 2: 162; PR 
4004 (ed. 1 : 4409) ; Rehder i : 381. 

173 



2689. Taschenbuch der teutschen Flora. Ein Hiilfsbuch auf botanischen Excursionen zur mog- 
lichst schnellen und sichern Bestimmung der aufgefundenen Pflanzen. Vom Prof. Dr. 
Herold. Nordhausen (bei Friedrich Fiirst) 1845. Duod. (in sixes). [Taschenb. teut. FL). 
Pwi/.iJul-Auf 1845 (Bot. Zeit. 22 Aug 1845 p. [i]-46o. Copies: G, NY. - A pirated version of 

W. D. J. Koch's Synopsis, not to be attributed to J. M. D. Herold (see Bot. Zeit. 5:15.1 847) . 
Withdrawn from the trade, fide Flora 28: 348-351. 1845. 

Herpell, Gustav Jacob ( 1 828- 1 9 1 2) , German cryptogamist from the Rhine valley near St. 
Gear. {Herp.). 

HERBARIUM and types: B (exsiccatae and dupl. extant); other material at BP, IBF, KIEL. 
H's mosses came to B in 1905 (not extant) ; his private herbarium is also no longer extarit. 
Exsiccatae: Sammlung prdpanerter Hiitpilze, St. Goar. Lief 1-6, 1880-1892, 135 nos., sets at B, 
BM, FH, HBG, KIEL, MANCH, OXF, S. 

1 I-35 -^^i '880 (Hedwigiajun 1840, Flora i Jul 1840), 

2 36-55 Jun 1881 (Bot. Zeit. 29JUI 1881), 

3 56-75 Aug 1882 (Hedwigia Sep 1882; Bot. Zeit. 25 Aug 1882), 

4 76-95 Jun 1884 (Bot. Zeit. 29 Aug li 

5 96-115 Sep 1888 (Hedwigia Jul-Aug li 

6 1 16-135 Mai 1892 (Hedwigia Jan-Feb 1893). 

Ref.: Herpell, G. J., Verb, naturh. Ver. Bonn 37: 99-156. 1880 (on techniques), 45: 1 12-124. 
1888 (see LS for further refs.). 
Kohlmeyer, Willdenowia 2(5): 785. 1961. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 164; BM 2: 832; Clokie p. 183; CSP 7: 962, 10: 

206, 12: 329, 15: 793; IH 2: 271 ; Jackson p. 502; Kew2: 659; LS 121 15-12123, suppl. 1 1339; 

NAF 9(6) : 438; Stevenson p. 1244; Urban-Berl. p. 276, 302. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 191 2: iii. 

Magnus, P., Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 31 : (98)-(i02). 1914 (see also note 30: (162). 1913). 

2690. Das Prdparireniind Einlegen der Hutpilzefiir das Herbarium . . . Bonn (Selbstverlag von G. 
Herpell in St. Goar am Rhein) 1880. Oct. {Prdp. Hutpilze). 

Ed. /: Aug-Sep 1880 (Nat. Nov. Sep(2) 1880), p. \i\-<6o, pi 3 (col.), ^ (uncol.). Copy: FH. - 
Reprinted from Verb, naturh. Ver. preuss. Rheinl. VVestfalens 37: 99! =3]-i561 =60]. 

£rf. 2: Jul-Aug 1888 (p. iv: Apr 1888; Nat. Nov. Aug(i) 1888), p. [i]-iv, [ i]-6o, Nachtrag [i]- 
12, pi. 3-4 (idem). Copy: FH. - "Zweite Ausgabe mit einem Nachtrage." In Commission 
bei R. Friedlander & Sohn in Berlin. 1888. 

Re/.: Herpell, G. J., Abh. bot. Ver. Prov. Brandenburg 27: 106-112. 1886 (VVeitere Mit- 
teilungen u. d. Prapariren . . . ) ; see also Z. Pilzfreunde 2: 211, 228. 1885, and Verb, 
naturh. Ver. preuss. Rheinl. VVestfalens 45: 1 12. 1888. 

Herre, Albert William Christian Theodore ( 1868- 1962), American ichthyologist and 
botanist; Ph. D. Stanford Univ. 1909; in various functions in Nevada, California, Washing- 
ton and Manila 1910-1928; from 1928-1946 curator of the ichthyological collections, 
Natural history Museum, Stanford University. {Herre). 

HERBARIUM and TYPES: LASCA (Rev. bryol. 30: 285. 1961); remaining collection, including 
botanical library and correspondence, at DS (acquired 1962); ichthyological correspon- 
dence at CAS. (Information J. H. Thomas). For duplicates see IH. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 164; Bossert p. 173; GR p. 190, pi. [43], cat. p. 
65; Hawksworth p. 183; IH 2: 271; LS 12124-12125, 34518-35521, suppl. 11342-11346; 
Roon p. 51; SBC p. 122 ("Herre"); SK i: 227, 5: cclxxv, 8: xliii; Stevenson p. 1244. 
Anon., The San Francisco Chronicle, 18 Jan 1962, p. 36; San Francisco Examiner, 18 Jan 

1962, p. 49. 
Ewan, J., in Century progr. nat. sci. 51. 1955; Short hist. bot. U.S. 95. 1969. 

174 



HERRERA 

Herre, A. W. C. T., Research proposal submitted to the National Science Foundation, 
December 20, 1958, p. 4-7 (biogr. sketch and bibl.) ; Albert VV. Herre ( 1 868-1 962 ): a brief 
autobiography, with a foreword by George S. Myers and a portrait . . . , circular no. 10., 
Div. Syst. biol. Stanford Univ., March 1964, 20 p. 

Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 12, 220. 1963. 

Reifschneider, O., Biogr. Nevada bot. 1844-1963: 84-85. 1964 (portr.). 

Wiggens, I., Madrofio 16(3) : 102-103. 1961 (congratulatory address, portr.); Bryologist 65: 
268-277. 1962 (portr., bibl.) (see also Rev. bryol. lich. 32(1-4): 297. 1963). 

eponymy: Herrea Schwantes (1927) and Herreanthus Schwantes (1928) are dedicated to 
Adolar Gottlieb Julius (Hans) Herre (1895-x), German horticulturist and botanist, working 
in South Africa, specialist in the succulent Aizoaceae. Herreriopsis H. Perrier de la Bathie 
(1934) is related to Herreria Ruiz & Pavon (1794), which commemorates Ildephonso de 
Herrera (probably: Gabriel Alonso de Herrera (1470-?), Spanish agricultural writer. 

2691. The foliaceous andfruticose lichens of the Santa Cruz peninsula, California. Washington, 
D.C. (pubHshed by the Academy) 1906. 

Publ.: 29 Mar 1906, reprinted, with special cover, from Proc. Wash. Acad. Sci. 7: 325-396. 
1906. Copies\ Stevenson, US. - To be cited from journal. 

2692. The lichen flora of the Santa Cruz Peninsula, California. Baltimore, Vld. (Washington 
Academy of Sciences; office of publication Williams & Wilkins Company). 1910. 

Publ.: 15 Mai 191 o, reprinted, with special cover, from Proc. Wash. Acad. Sci. 12(2): 27-269. 
1910. Copy: US. - Suppl. in J. Wash. Acad. Sci. 2: 380-386. 19 Sep 1912. To be cited from 
journal. 

Herrera y Gartnendia, Fortunate Luciano ( 1 875- 1 945) , Peruvian botanist, professor at 
the University of Cuzco from 1910. {Herr.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Material at AMES, B, C, F, GH, L, MO, NY, SI, US. 
Ref: Sayre, G., Mem. New York bot. Gard. 19(3): 337. 1975- 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 165; BL i: 256, 257, 258, 301; Hirsch p. 121; 
Hortus 3: 1 195 ("Herrera"); IH 2: 272; Kew 2: 659-660; Zander ed. 10, p. 669. 
C.M.M., Bol. Museo Hist. nat. 9: 164-167. 1945. 

festschrift: Chaparro, D. & C. Vargas, Homenaje al Dr. Fortunato L. Herrera, Rev. 
Universitaria 33(87): [i-ii], portr., [i]-2ii. 1944 (publ. 1945). Copy: US (portr., bibl). 

EPONYMY : For tunatia] . F. MacBride ( 1 93 i).jVofe: The etymology of //^rr^ra??y^xflB. Skvortzov 
(1972) could not be established. 

2693. Chloris cuzcoensis por Fortunato L. Herrera. Cuzco (Editorial H. G. Rozas) Julio 1926. 
Oct. {Chlor. cuzco.). 

Publ. : 2 1 Jul 1926 (t.p. ; date of sending a copy to Macbride, now at G; Maxon's copy at US is 
enscribed 10 Aug 1926), p. [i-iv], [i]-222. Copies: G, Stevenson, U, US, USDA. -p. [ii]: 
Anales de la Universidad del Cuzco vol. i , ano i . - Herrera also published various papers 
in the Rev. Ci., Lima with the title :Chloriscuzcoensis (26(305-306) : 49-50, (307-308) : 57-59. 

1923; 27(3i7> 317-320): III-II3- 1924)- 

Previous publication: Segunda edicion: Universidad del Cuzco. Contnbucion a la flora del 
departamento del Cuzco . . . primera parte, segundo edicion 28 de Julio de 1921. Cuzco 
(Imprenta de El Trabajo . . .) 1921. Oct. (size). 21 Jul 1921, p. [i]-24i. Copies: G, US, 
USDA. The "first edition" was published in Rev. Universitaria 9(3) : 3-22. 1920. 

Sinopsis de la flora del Cuzco: tomo i,p. [i]-528, [i, index], 4 Jul 1 94 1. Co/^zV^: US, USDA. {Sin. 
fl. Cuzco). 

2694. Plantarum cuzcorum herrerarianum. Estudios sobre la flora del Departamento del Cuzco. 
Lima (Sanmarti y Cia.) [1930] Oct. (size). {PI. herrer.). 

Vol. i: 1930 (p. 6: 28 Feb 1930; Bryologist i Oct 1933), p. [i]-257, 18 pi. Copies: G, USDA. 

175 



HERRERA 

Vol. 2: 16 Nov 1933, p. [i]-25i, [i, ind.], 11 pi. Copy: USDA. 

Suppl. 1-3: Rev. Univ. Cuzcoser. 2. 14(1): 149-160. 1930, 23(1): 254-262. 1 931, 23(2): iii- 
147- 1934- 

2695. Catalogo alfabetico de los nombres vulgares y cientificos de plantas que existen en el Peru. 
Publicado por la Universidad Mayor de San Marcos Lima 1939. {Cat. pi. Peru). 

Publ.: Oct-Dec 1939 (p. vii: 30 Sep 1939), p. [i]-vii, [11-363. Copies: US, USDA. 

Herrmann, Johan (Jean) (i 738-1800), German- Alsatian botanist at Strassburg. 

{Herrm.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Backcr p. 652; Barnhart 2: 165; BM 2: 834; CSP 15: 797; 
Frank 3(Anh.) : 43; Hortus 3: 1 195 ("Herrm."); Kew 2: 660; PR 4008-4009 (ed. i : 4414); 
Rehder i : 376; Tucker i : 337; Zander ed. 10, p. 669. 
Fries, Th. M., BrefSkrifV. Linne 1(3): 252, 261. 1909. 
Kirschleger, F., Fl. Alsace 2: xliv-xlviii (Hermann sic). 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(3) : 103. 1905. 

2696. Q..D.B.V. Cardamomi historium et vindicias, praesidc . . . Dn. Jacobo Reinboldo Spiel- 
mann, . . . die Jovis xiii. maji mdcclxii. Solemni eruditorum examini submittit auctor 
Johannes Herrmann, argentoratensis. h.l.q.c, Argentorati [Strassburg] (Excudebat Job. 
Henr. Heitz, . . .) s.d. [1762]. Qu. {Cardamom, hist.). 

Publ.: 13 Mai 1762, p. |i-iij, [i]-40. Copy: NY. 

2697. Q_.D.B.V. Dissertatio inauguralis botanico-medica de Rosa, quam auspice deo, con- 
sentiente gratiose facultate medica pro licentia gradum, honores atque privilegia doctoralia 
rite consequendi die veneris xxii octobris mdcclxii. Solemni eruditorum examini subjicit 
Johannes Herrman argentoratensis. h.l.q.c. Argentorati [Strasbourg] (ex officina Joh. 
Henrici Heitzii) s.d. [1762]. Qu. {De Rosa). 

Publ.: 22 Oct 1762, p. |i-ii], | O-36. Copies: G, NY. 

Herter, Wilhelm Gustav Franz (Guillermo Herter) (1884- 1958), German botanist; Dr. 
phil. Berlin 1908, resided in Uruguay 1907, 1909- 19 10 and 1923- 1939; in Germany 1939- 
1 94 1 ; at Cracow in Poland 1 94 1 - 1 944 ; later Uruguayan consul at Bern and Basel ; ultimately 
in Hamburg. {Herter) . 

HERBARIUM and types: G; in herb. Stiftung Paul Aellen (20.000 specimens) (G-PAE). 
Herter's Plantae uruguayenses exsiccatae (cent. 1-27, nos. 1-2700) are in many herbaria. 
Ref.: Stevenson, J., Beih. Nova Hedwigia 36: 185-192. 1971. 
Sayrc, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(3): 337. i975- 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 166; BJI 2: 74; BL i : 259, 260, 301 ; Bossert p. 
173; GR p. 88-89,/)/. 1''^]; Hortus 3: 1 195; IF suppl. 3:210, 4:323;IH2: 272; Jackson p. 
259; Kew 2: 661 ; LS 12 130, suppl. 1 141 8-1 1432; MWp. 176, suppl. p. 97; TL-2/see Aellen, 
P.; Urban-Berl. p. 276, 320, 356; Zander ed. 10, p. 669. 

Aellen, P., Jahresber. Stiftung "Herbarium Paul Aellen" 1961/2: 11-12. 1962. 
Anon., Flora, Quito 1(2): 140-146. 1937. 

Burdet, H., Candollea 33: 107-134. 1978 (main biogr., bibl., portr., eponymy). 
Fuchs, H. P., Amcr. Fern J. 48: 168-169. 1958. 
Hicken, C. M., Darwiniana 1(3-4): 155-158. 1924 (bibl.). 
Legrand, D., Bol. Soc. Argent. Bot. 7(3-4): 273-276. 1959 (portr., bibl.). 
Sleumer, H., Fl. males. Bull. 19: 1142-1143. 1964 (dates F/. illust. Urug.). 
Szafer, W., Concise hist. bot. Cracow 112, 113, 114, 126, 128. 1969. ("Botany in Cracow 
during the Hitlerite occupation"). 

Hervey, Alpheus Baker ( 1 839- 1 93 1 ) , American clergyman and algologist, educated at St. 
Lawrence University, pastor of Universalist Church 1861, president of St. Lawrence Uni- 
versity 1888. {A. Herv.). 

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HERVIER 

HERBARIUM and types: NY; other material at F and L. Exsiccatae: published t'asc. 39 of the 
Phycotheca boreali-americana. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 160; BM 2: 835; Bossert p. 173; De Toni i : Ixiii; 
Jackson p. 359; Lenley p. 222; NI 862-863; SBC p. 122 ("Herv.") ; TL-2/1 178, ind. 
Anon., New York Times 1 1 Mar 1931 ;J.NewYorkBot.Gard.32: 100. 1931 ;Natl.Cycl.Amer. 

Biogr. 10: 200. 
Ewan, J. et al., Short hist. hot. U.S. 75. 1969. 

Phillips, v. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 21, 67. 1963. 
Rickett, H. VV., Index Bull. Torrey hot. Club 46. 1955. 

COMPOSITE WORKS: (i) F. S. Collins and A. B. Hervey, The algae oj Bermuda, Cambridge, 
Mass. 191 7, see TL 2/1 178. (additional copy seen: NY). 

(2) Rau, E. A. and A. B. Hervey, Catalogue oj North American musci, 1880, see Rau, E. A. (Rev. 
bryol.8(3):55. 1881). 

2698. Sea-mosses a collector's guide and an introduction to the study of marine algae. Boston 
(S. E. Cassino, publisher) 1881. Oct. (Sea-mosses). 

Pubi: Mai-Aug 1881 (p. [xii]: i Mai 1881 ; Nat. Nov. Sep i88i),p. [i]-(xxi], [i]-28i, pi. 1-20 

(col.). Copies: MICH, NY, US. - The NY copy has a different imprint: "Boston: S. E. 

Cassino. Salem, Mass.: George A. Bates. 1881." 
Re-issue (i): 1882, p.|iiij-[xx], |i]-28i,/;/. 1-20. Copy. USDA. - "Boston (S. E. Cassino, 

publisher.)." 1882. Oct. 
Re-issue {2) : 1893, p. [ij'l^^i]' [i]-28i,/?/. 1-20. {col.}. Copy: PCS. -"Illustrated with seventy 

full-page engravings in color, from photographs of actual specimens.'' Boston (Bradlee 

Whidden) 1893. Oct. (inf D. E.Johnson). 
Ref.: N.L., Bot. Zeit. 39: 709. 28 Oct 1881. 

Hervey, Eliphalet Williams (1834-1925), American botanist. (E. Herv.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Material at A, GH and NEBC. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 166; BL i : 187, 301 ; Bret, i : 187; CSP 15: 803; 
IH 2: 273; ME 3: 486; Pennell p. 609; Rehdeni : 185; Tucker i : 337. 

2699. A catalogue of the plants found in New Bedford and its vicinity; arranged according to the 
season of their flowering . . . New Bedford (Press of E. Anthony, . . .) i860. Qu. [Cat. pi. New 
Bedford) . 

Pubi: i860 (p.[3]: i Mar i860), p. [i]-30. Copies: MO (2), NY. 

2700. Flora of New Bedford, and the shores of Buzzard's Bay, with a procession of the flowers 
. . . New Bedford (E. Anthony & Sons, . . . ) 1891. Oct. {Fl. New Bedf). 

Orig. ed.: 1891 (p. 7: i Mai 1891; TBC 21 Sep 189 1, p. [i]-8o. Copies: MO, NY. 

Revised ed.: igi i (p. 4: i Mai 191 1), p. [i]- 137. Copy: MO. -Unannotated list of 1524 species. 

Hervier, Gabriel Marie Joseph, abbe (1846- 1900), French clergyman and botanist. 

(Hervier) . 

HERBARIUM and types: Material at C, CGE, F, L. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : AG 4:837; Barnhart 2 : 1 66 ; BL 2 : 171, 485, 667 ; BM 2 : 835 ; 
Bossert p. 173; CSP 15: 803; Kew 2: 662; Rehder 5: 387; Tucker i : 337. 
Anon., Monde des Plantes 7: 74. 1894; Bull. See. bot. France 23 (sess. extr.): cxciv. 1876. 
Magnin, A., Bull. Soc. bot. Lyon 32: 131. 1907, 35: 42-43, 145. 1910. 

2701. Recherches sur lajiore de la Loire . . . premier fascicule 1885 avec deux photogravures. 
Saint-Etienne (Chevalier, libraire, . . .), Paris (F. Savy, libraire, . . .). Oct. {Rech.fl. Loire). 
Publ.:]u\-Aug 1885 (p. viii: i Jun 1885; Nat. Nov. Sep (i) 1885; Bot. Zeit. 25 Sep 1885), p. 

[i]-viii, [i]-6o, 2 pi. (J. Freyn, del.). Copies: G, HH, MO, NY, US. 

177 



2702. Excursions botaniques de XL Elise'e Reverchon dans le massif de la Sagra et a Velez-Rubio 
(Espagne) de 1899 a 1903 . . . Le Mans (Imprimerie de I'institut de bibliographic) 1905. 
Oct. [Excurs. bol. Reverchon) . 

Collector: Elisee Reverchon (1835- 19 14). 

Publ.: Jan 1905 (Nat. iNov. Jun(2) 1905), p. [i, iii], [i]-ioo. Copy: G. - Reprinted from 
Bulletin Acad. int. Geogr. bot. 15: 1-32, //?/., Jan 1905 [repr. 1-32J, 57-72. Mar 1905 
[repr. 33-48], 89-120, i pi. Apr-Mai 1905 [repr. 49-80], 157-172. Jun 1905 [repr. 81-96], 
97-100 added to repr., p. 100 impr. Jan 1905. Continued: 16: 201-221. 1906, 17: 33-64, 
193-208, 230-231. 1907. 

Herzer, Herman[n] (1833- 191 2), German-born American itinerant Methodist minister 
and palaeobotanist active in the Geological Survey of the State of Ohio. (Herzer). 

COLLECTIONS and types: Invertebrate coll. at Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, Ohio. 
Location of fossil plant coll. unknown, possibly at Marietta College, Ohio (inf J. M. 
Schopf) . 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Andrcws p. 277-278; Barnhart 2: 167; CSP 15: 807; LS 

12141-12142. 

Anon., Ohio State Acad. Sci., Proc. 22 meeting, 6(2) : 63-64. 191 2 (1913). 

Herzfeld, Stephanie (1868- 1930), Austrian high school teacher and botanist; Dr. phil. 
Wien 1923; lor many years honorary collaborator at VVU; pupil of Wettstein. {Herzjeld). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 167; Kew 2: 662; Langman p. 367; LS 34537; 

Tucker i : 337, 776. 

Anon., Osterr. bot. Z. 79: 380. 1930. 

Harms, H., Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 48: 363. 1930. 

Janchen, E., Osterr. bot. Z. 82(1-2): 183, 188. 1933; Richard Wettstein 183, 188. 1933. 

2703. Studien iiber Juglandaceen und Julianiaceen. Wien (Aus der kaiserlich-koniglichen Hof- 
und Staatsdruckerei) 191 3. Qu. [Stud. Jugland.). 

Publ.: 1913, p. |ij, |i]-i8, pi. /-/ with text. Copy: G. - Reprinted from Denkschr. math, 
naturw. Kl. kais. Akad. Wiss. vol. 90, 19 13. 

Herzog, Theodor [Carl Julius] (1880-1961), German bryologist who collected widely 
e.g. in Sardinia (1904, 1906), Ceylon (1905- 1908) and Bolivia (1907-19 12); Dr. phil. 
Miinchen 1903; Dr. phil. h.c. Greifswald 1955; professor of botany at Miinchen (1920- 
I925)> at Jena (1925-1948). [Herz.). 

HERBARIUM and types: JE (26.000); duplicates in many herbaria. The original Bohvian 
collections were (are) at B. Herzog left his herbarium, hbrary and preparations to the 
University of Jena under the condition that they were to be kept as a unit and that the 
collection of hepatics plus literature would always be accessible to his last pupil, R. Grolle. 
Ref.: Anon., Rev. bryol. lichen. 30(3/4): 285. 1961 (disposal herb.). 
Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(3): 337-338. 1975. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 167; BJI 2: 74; BM 6: 459-460; BL i : 237, 301 ; 

Bossert p. 173; CSP 15: 810; GR p. 89; IH 2: 272; Kew 2: 662; Langman p. 367; Lenlcy p. 

222; LSsuppl. 1 1443; Moebiusp. 123; MWp. 177, suppl. p. 97; NAFser. 2. 9: 123; NDB8: 

741-742; Rehder 5: 388; Roon p. 51; SBC p. 122 ("Herz."); SK i: 227, 5: cclxxv; TL- 

2/1712, 1983; Tucker i : 337; Urban-Berl. p. 302, 356. 

Benedix, Feddes Report 65(1/2): 1-2. 1962. 

Bergdolt, E., Karl von Goebel ed. 2. 168, 170, 182, 186, 187. 1941. 

Bischler & Jovet-Ast, Rev. bryol. lichen. 38(3/4): 329. 1972 (Sardinian hepatics). 

CoUander, R. et al., Bibl. Bot. Fenn. 1901-1950: 147. 1973. 

Gaertner, Akad. Ski. Club Munchen, Ber. 1961 : 6-9 (fide Magdefrau). 

Geheeb, A., Rev. bryol. 33: 48, 64. 1906, 34: 104. 1907. 

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HERZOG 

Grolle, R., Rev. bryol. lichen. 30: 155-162. 1961 (bibl. of bryolog. publ., porlr.). 
Herzog, Th., Vom Urwald zu den Gletschern der Kordillere. Zwei Forschungsreisen in 

Bolivia. Stuttgart, 1913, xi, 270 p. (itineraries); ed. 2. Stuttgart 1923; Pflanzenw. boliv. 

Anden 4-22. 1923 (itin., bibl.); Bergfahrten in Siidamerika, Stuttgart 1925, xvi, 212 p. 
Magdefrau, K., Feddes Repert. 58. 7-9. 1955 (portr., bibl. on p. 12-19) ;Ber. bayer. bot. Ges. 

35: 73-84. 1962 (bibl. of 243 nos.; includes a special paragraph giving H's papers and 

books on his travels and mountaineering). 
Merrill, E. D., Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 30(1): 149. 1947 (bibl. Pacif Isl.). 
Meyer, F. K. & H. Manitz, in Reichtiimer und Raritaten. Jenaer Reden und Schriften 92, 

93- 1974; 
Miiller, Mitt. Naturk. Naturschutz N.F. 5(3): 105-107. 1950. 
Paul, Feddes Repert. 58: 10- 11. 1955 (bibl. on p. 12-19; H. in Miinchen). 
Renncr, Jenaische Zeit. 6 Jul 1940 (fide Magdefrau 1962). 
Schmidkunz, Mitt. deut. Alpenver. 13:78. 1961 ; Miinchner Merkur 20./22. Mai 1961 (fide 

Magdefrau 1962). 
Schuster, R. M., Hep. Anthoc. N. Amer. i : 53-55. 1966 (bibl.). 
Vent, Pharmazie 16: 631-632. 1961 (portr.). 
Wulft, E. v., Intr. hist. pi. geogr. 222 [index]. 1943. 

COMPOSITE works: (i) Handel-Mazzetti, Symbolae sinicae , vol. 5, Hepaticae, Marcliantiales, p. 
[i]-29- 1930 (TL-2/2364). 

(2) A. Geheeb, Bryol. all. (191 1), Herzog co-author and editor (TL-2/1983). 

(3) L. Radlkofer, Sapindaceae, 1933- 1934, editor. 

(4) K. Miiller, Die Lebermoose Europas 1956- 1958, editor. 

(5) Geographie, in F. Verdoorn, Man. Bryol. 273-296. 1932. 

festschrift: (i) Feddes Repertorium specieruin novarum regni vegetabilis 58(1/3). 7 Jun 
1955 (ed. VV. Rothmaler) ; (2) Mitt, thuring. bot. Ges. 1(2/3): 1955 (ed. K. Meyer). 

EPONYMY (genera) : Herzogianthus R. M. Schuster (i960) ; Herzogiella V. F. Brotherus (1925) ; 
Herzogobryrum Grolle (1963); Oreoherzogia W. Vent (1962); (journal): Herzogia. Zeitschrift 
der bryologisch-lichenologischen Arbeitsgemeinschaft fiir Mitteleuropa; Lehre. Vol. i-x. 



2704. Einige bryologische Notizen aus Graubiinden und Wallis [Geneve 1900]. Oct. 
Publ.: 1 8 Jan 1900, p. [i]-4. Copy: Steere. - Mem. Herb. Boissier 2. 1900. To be cited from 
journal. 

55705. Z)iV Z-flM^moo^e 5a(/enj eine bryogeografische Skizze. s.l.n.d. [Geneve, 1904- 1906]. Oct. 

(Laubm. Badens). 

Publ.: 31 Jan 1904-31 Jul 1906 (see below); a series of articles in the Bulletin de C Herbier 

Boissier, reprinted with independent continuous pagination, p. [ i]-402. Copies: B, G, M, 

Steere. - Publication in the journal was as follows: 



Ser. vol. pages reprint date 



4(2) 


137-152 


1-16 


31 Jan 1904 


(3) 


241-255 


17-32 


29 Feb 1904 


(7) 


657-672 


33-48 


30 Jun 1904 


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49-64 


31 Jul 1904 


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65-82 


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(11) 


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99-116 


31 Oct 1904* 


(12) 


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117-132 


5 Dec 1904* 


5(2) 


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133-148 


31 Jan 1905 


(3) 


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149-164 


28 Feb 1905 


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165-180 


31 Mar 1905 


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(9) 851-884 229-262 31 Aug 1905 

(11) 1 028- 1 046 263-278 31 Oct 1905 

(12) 1171-1186 279-294 30 Nov 1905 
6(2) 121-137 295-312 31 Jan 1906 

(3) 235-244 313-322 28 Feb 1906 

(4) 326-341 323-338 31 Mar 1906 

(5) 409-424 339-354 30 Apr 1906 

(7) 551-570 355-374 3oJun 1906 

(8) 621-648 375-402 31 Jul 1906 

*The dates on the covers are given as "bon a tirer"; these dates, however, must have been 
very close to the actual date of publications in view of the dates of receipt of thejournal at US. 

2706. EinBeitragzur Kenntniss der Laub-undLebermoosfloravonSardinien . . . Ziirich-Oberstrass 
(DruckvonJ. f Kobold-Liidi) 1905. Oct. 

Publ. : 1905, p. [i]-26, I pi. Copy: Steere. - Reprinted from Ber. Ziirch. bot. Ges. 9: 41-67. 
1905. To be cited from journal. 

2707. Studien iiber den Formenkreis des Trichostomum mutabile Br. . . . Halle (Druck von Ehr- 
hardt Karras, Halle a.S.) 1907. Qu. 

Publ.: 1907 (submitted 17 Jan 1907), p. [i]-3i,j&/. 7-7. Co^jv: B.- Nova Acta Leop. 73(3) 145 1- 
481,/*/. 6-12. 1907. To be cited from journal. 

2708. Die Bryophyten meiner zweiten Reise durch Bolivia . . . Mit i Karte (Taf. A) und Taf i-viii 
sowie 234 Text-Abbildungen. Stuttgart (E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung) 
19 16. Q_u. [Bryoph. Bolivia). 

Publ. : In Bibliotheca botanica as follows : 

Heft87{i): Apr 1916 (Nat. Nov.), p. [ii-iii], [i]-i68, /^/. 1-4. 
Hejt8j\2): Apr 1916 (Nat. Nov.), p. [i69]-347,/^/. A, 5-8. 
Heft 88: Mai 1921 (Nat. Nov.), Nachtrag, p. [ii-iv], [i]-3i. 
Copies: G, MICH, U. 

2709. Die PJlanzenwelt der bolivischen Anden and ihres ostlichen Vorlandes . . . Mit 25 Figuren im 
Text und 3 Karten. Leipzig (Wilhelm Engelmann) 1923. Oct. [Pflanzenw. boliv. Anden). 
Publ.: Mar 1923 (p. viijul 1922; Nat. Nov. Mar 1923; J. Bot. Jul 1923), p. [iij-viii, [i]-258, 

[259, err.], 3 charts. Copies: G, MO, NY, U, USDA. - Engler und Drude, Die Vegetation der 

Erde, vol. 15. 
Facsimile ed.: Vaduz (A. R. Gantner Verlag K.-G.) 1976, ISBN 3-7682-1051-0 (in J. 

Cramer's reprint oi Die Vegetation der Erde). Copy: FAS. 
Ref.: BL i : 237; TL-2/1712. 

Britten, J., J. Bot. 61 : 204-205. Jul 1923. 

Diels, F. L. E., Bot. Jahrb. 58(Lit.): 78. 1923. 

2710. Anatomic der Lebermoose . . . Mit 93 Textfiguren. Berlin (Verlag von Gebriider Born- 
traeger) 1925. Oct. {Anat. Leberm.). 

Pm6/.: Jan-Jun 1925, p. [i]-iv, [i]-i 12. Copy: G. - Published in K. Linsbauer, ed., Handbuch 
der Pjianzenanatomic II. Abteilung 2. Teil: Bryophyten. Band 7(1). 

271 1. Ceographie der Moose . . . Mit 151 Abbildungen im Text und 8 Lichtdrucktafeln. Jena 
(Verlag von Gustav Fischer) 1926. Oct. {Geogr. Moose). 

Pz/6/.:Jan-Feb 1926 (p. viii: Dec 1925; Nat. Nov. Mar 1926; Bryologist 15 Dec 1927), p. [i]- 

^h Li]-439> [440, err.], pi. 1-8, 151 text ill. Copies: G, MO, NY. 
Facsimile ed.: Amsterdam (A. Asher& Co.) 1974, extra t.p., ISBN 90-61 23-27 1-6. 60;^: FAS., 
Ref.: Reimers, Bot. Jahrb. 6o(Lit.): 119. 1926. 

Le Roy Andrews, Bryologist 30(5) : 91-94. 1927. 

Stafleu, F. A., Taxon 24: 528. 1975. 

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2712. Bestimmungstabellen der einheimischen Laubmoosfamilien. Jena (Verlag von Gustav Fi- 
scher) 1929. Oct. {Best.-Tab. Laubm.-Fam.) . 

Ed. /: Jan 1929 (p. 4: Nov 1928; p. 6: Jan 1929; Nat. Nov. Feb 1929), p. [i], [i]-6, 2 charts. 

Copies: BR, G, M, Steere, U, WAG. 
Ed. 2: 1953 (p. 6: Jan 1953; rd. by USDA 28 Jul 1954), p. [i], [i]-6, 2 charts. Copies: BR, G, 

HBG, USDA, UW. 
Ed. 2: 1959 (rd. USDA sJun 1959), p. [i]-8, 2 charts. Copies: Steere, U, USDA. 

Hesler, Lexemuel Ray ( 1888-1977), American mycologist, born in Indiana, graduate of 
Wabash College, phytopathologist at Cornell University 191 2-1 919, at University of Ten- 
nessee, Knoxville, Tenn. 1919-x. {Hesler). 

HERBARIUM and types: TENN; further material at lAC, MICH and NY. 

note: The authors met Dr. Hesler, full of activity, Nov 1976 during a visit to Knoxville, 
Tenn. He kindly made available to us a copy of his unpublished "North American 
mycologists" (1975), a manuscript quoted many times in TL-2. Copies: iVIICH,TENN, FAS. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 167; Bossert p. i73;Hirschp. 121; IH 2: 272; 

Kew 2: 662; LS suppl. 1 1451-1 1458; Roon p. 51 ; Stevenson p. 1245. 

Anon., Amer. Men Sci. eds. 3, 4, 5 (fide Barnhart). 

Murrill, W. A., Hist, found, bot. Florida 36. 1945. 

Peterson, R. H., Mycologia 70: 757-765. 1978 (portr., bibl.). 

Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 33. 1963. 

Sharp, A., Mcllvainea 2: 19-22. 1975 (portr.). 

Stafleu, F. A., Taxon 15: 40-41. 1966 (on Hesler and Smith, Crepidotus, 1965). 

Hesse, Julius Oswald (1835-1917), German industrial chemist and lichenologist; with 
the Jobst firm in Stuttgart, later at Feuerbach as director of the Vereinigte Chininfabriken 
Zimmer & Co.; honorary citizen of the town of Feuerbach. (J. Hesse). 

herbarium and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : 1 68 ; CSP 12:331,15:81 3-8 1 5 ; DTS 4 : xlv ; GR 

p. 165-166; LS 12161-12179, suppl. 1 1462-1 1467. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1917: 141 ; Magy. bot. Lap. 15: 311. 1916. 

Kohlhammer, W., Wiarttemb. Nekrol. fd. J. 191 7, Stuttgart 192 1 (fide GR). 

2713. Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Flechten und ihrer characteriktischen Bestandtheile. Leipzig 
(Johann Ambrosius Barth) 1898-191 1. Oct. {Beitr. Kenntn. Flecht.). 

Publ.: A series of reprints (with original page numbers) provided with special covers (as 
above) from the Journal fur praktische Chemie, ser. 2: 



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L465]-56i 


1898 (p. 561: 8 Dec 1898) 


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HESSE, R. 

Hesse, Rudolph (i 844-191 2), German botanist and agronomist teaching at the agricul- 
tural colleges of Arendsee and Marburg. {R. Hesse). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 168; BM 2: 837; CSP 10: 217, 15: 815; Frank 
3(Anh.) : 43; Jackson p. 172; Kew 2: 670; LS 12180-12192; NI 865; Stevenson p. 1245. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1912: 228; Osterr. bot. Z. 62(8/9): 351. 1912. 
Farlow, W. G. & Trelease, W., List works N. Ainer. fungi 18. 1887. 
Mattirolo, Ann. di Bot. 1 1(1) : 251-252. 1913. 

2714. Die Hypogaeen Deutschlands. Natur- und Entwickelungsgeschichte, sowie Anatomic 
und Morphologic der in Deutschland vorkommenden Truffeln und der diesen verwandten 
Organismen nebst praktischen Anleitungen bezuglich deren Gewinnung und Verwendung. 
Eine Monographic . . . Halle a. S. (Verlag von Ludw. Hofstetter) 1891-1894, 2 vols. Qu. 
{Hypog. Deutschl.). 

Vol. Lieferung pages plates dates 

1-2 Oct 1890 

3-4 Jan 1 89 1 

5-7 Mar 1 89 1 

8- 1 1 Oct 1 89 1 

12-22 Jun 1894 

Copies: G, MICH, MO, NY, Stevenson, USDA. - Plates: handcol. Hths. - IDC 7719/2. 
Ref.: Goebel, K. von. Flora 75: 304. 1892, 80: 283-284. 1895. 

L., Flora 74: 115. 16 Jan 1891 (rev.). 

Hennings, P. C, Bot. Jahrb. i4(Lit.): 39. 1892, i5(Lit.): 97. 1893. 

Lindau, G., Bot. Jahrb. i9(Lit.): 13. 1895. 

Hesselbo [born Hansen], Christen August (1874-1952), Danish bryologist. (Hesselbo). 

HERBARIUM and types: C; other material at BP, H, S. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 168; BM 6: 460; IH 2: 273; Kew 2: 670; SBC p. 

122 ("Hessel."). 

Grontved, Bot. Tidskr. 49: 222-223. '952; Naturh. Tid. 16: 91-92. 1952 (portr.). 

Hansen, Dansk bot. Ark. 21(1): 64. 1963. 

Holmen, K., Bryologist 56: 94. 1953. 

Polunin, N., Bull. natl. Mus. Canada 97 (Biol. ser. 26): 11. 1947. 

COMPOSITE works: (i) Mosses from northeast Greenland 1910(1911), in Danmark-Ekspe- 
ditionen til Gronlands Nordostkyst 1906-1908, vol. 3(8); Medd. Gronland 43(8). 

(2) The bryophyta of Iceland, in Rosenvinge, L. K. and E. Warming, The botany oj Iceland 1(2,4): 
395-677. 1918 (see e.g. LeRoy Andrews, Bryologist 22(1): 4-5. 20 Feb 19 19). 

(3) See BM 6: 460 for Danmarks Geo). Unders. 25, 1910. 

Hessler, Karl {fl. 1822), German botanist; Dr. phil. Gottingen 1822. (HessL). 
HERBARIUM and types: GOET(?). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BM 2: 837; Kew 2: 670; PR 4023 (ed. i : 4435); SBC p. 122 

("Hessl."). 

2715. De Timmia, muscorum frondosorum genere. Commentatio quam amplissimi pliilo- 
sophorum ordinis in Georgia Augusta consensu pro capessendis summis in philosophia 
honoribus scripsit Carolus Hessler Silesia-Borussus. Gottingae [Gottingen] (Typis J. C. 
Baier) 1822. Qu. {De Timmia). 

PubL: 1822, p. [i]-22, //;/., [i, err]. Copies: G, NY. 

182 



HEUCHER 

Heucher, Johann Heinrich von (1677- 1747), German (Austrian-born) botanist and 
physician at Wittenberg, later in Dresden. {Heuch.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 168; BM 2: 838; Bossert p. 173; Dryander 2: 
283, 3: 121, 203;Frank3(Anh.) : 43; Jackson p. 431 ; Kew2: 670; PR 4024-402 7 (ed. i : 4437- 
4440) ; Rehder 5: 389; Tucker i : 338. 
Milner, J. D., Cat. portr. Kew 61. 1906. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2) : 129. 1903. 

eponymy: Heuchera Linnaeus (1753); x Heucherella Wehrhahn (1930). 

2716. Index plantarum horti medici academiae vitembergensis auctore Jo. Henrico Heuchero 
. . . Vitembergae [Wittenberg] (Sumpt. et typis Christiani Gerdesii) 171 1. Qu. [Index horti 

vitemb.). 

PubL: 1711, front., p. [i-viii], 1-54, [1-13, index]. Copies: USDA(2). 

2717. Novi proventus horti medici academiae vitembergensis curante Jo. Henrico Heuchero . . . 
Vitembergae [Wittenberg] (Sumptu et literis Christiani Gerdesii) 171 1. Qu. [Nov.prov. hort. 
vitemb.). 

Orig. ed.: 171 1, frontisp. ("Patientia"), p. [i-vi], [i]-87, [1-8, index]. Copy: USDA. 
Ed. [2]: 1 713, frontisp. ("NatasuisScythia . . . '), p. [i-vi], [i]-90, [1-6, index]. Copy: USDA. 
- "Vitembergae apud Jo. Ludov. MeiseUum" 1713. Qu. 

Heuffel, Johann A. (1800-1857), Hungarian physician and botanist; "Comitats-Physicus 
a. D." in Krasso; worker on the flora of the Banat. {Heuff.). 

HERBARIUM and types: BP (through Haynald) ; other material B, BR, CN, H, HAL, KIEL, 

LE, LZ, OXF. Exsiccatae, with C. M. Wierzbicki, Plantarum rariorum Hungariae et Transsyl- 

vaniae, fasc. i-io (see Flora 1835, 1836). 

Ref.: Anon., Flora 18(1) Int. Bl. 28-32, 38-42. 1835, 19(1) Int. Bl. 11-17. 1836. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : AG 2 ( I ) : 243 ; Backer p. 265 ; Barnhart 2 : 1 69 ; BM 2 : 838 ; 
Bossert p. 174; Clokiep. 183; CSP3: 338; Hortus3: 1195 ("Heuff."); IH 2: 273; Kanitz no. 
136 (extensive information) ;KR p. 295; PR 4028-4029 (ed. i : 4441); Rehder 5: 389; Tucker 
1 : 338; Zander ed. 10, p. 670. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1858: 14; Flora 40: 672. 1857; Bot. Zeit. 15: 744. 1857; Flora 44: 271-272. 

1861. 
Beck, G., Vegetationsverh. lUyr. Lander 35. 1901 (Veg. Erde 4, 1901). 
Dolezal, H., Friedrich Welwitsch 1 1 1. 1974. 
Kanitz, A., Linnaea 33: 568-581. 1865. 
Lie, Tibiscus 1974: 192-202. 1975. 

Miiggenburg et al., Verh. zool. bot. Ges. Wien 16: 25. 1866. 
Pax, F., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Karpathen 12-13, 29, 38, 45, 59. 1898 (Veg. Erde 2(1). 

1898). 
Sagorski, E. und G. Schneider, Flora der Centralkarpathen 38, 44. 1891. 
Savulescu, Fl. rep. pop. Rom. i : x. 1964. 
Simonkai, L., Enum. pi. Transilv. vesc. crit. xx. 1886. 

EPONYMY : Heujjelia P. M. Opiz (1845); Heujfelia Schur (1866). 

2718. Enumeralio plantarum in Banalu Temesiensi sponte crescentium et frequentius cultarum 
. . . Vindobonae (Typis Caroli Heberreuter) 1858. Qu. [Enum. pi. Banat.). 

PubL: Feb-Aug 1858 (submitted 3 Feb 1858; p. 4: 20 Aug 1857; Flora 28 Sep 1858), p. [i]- 
204. Copies: B, Rcgensburg. - Reprinted from Verh. zool. bot. Ver. Wien 8: 39-240. 1858. 
Copies: (journ. publ.): G, L, US. 

Ref.: Schlcchlcndal D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 17: 199-200. 3 Jun 1859. 

2719. Joannis Heuffeiii M.D. fragmenta monographiae Caricum hungariae etc. edidit in Lin- 

183 



HEUCHER 

neae xxxi tomo Augustus Kanitz cum tabulis duabus lithographicis. mdccclxiii [1863]. 
Oct. 

Editor: August Kanitz (1843-1896). 

Publ: Jan-Feb 1863, p. [i], [i]-70, pi. 4-5 (uncol. liths.). Copy: NY. - Reprinted from 
Linnaea 31 : 658-728. Jan-Feb 1863 (CSP 3: 338). To be cited from journal. 

Heufler zu Rasen und Perdonegg, Ludwig Samuel Joseph David Alexander, 

(later, 1 865) Freiherr von Hohenbtihel ( 1 8 1 7- 1 885) , Austrian cryptogamist and state official 
(k.k. wirklicher Kammerer 1853, Ministerialrath 1864). [Heufl.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Sold after the author's death; present location unknown. However, 
Heufler had already deposited much of his herbarium material at IBF during his lifetime. 
Further material at B, H, LE, LZ, W, WA (mentioned by Sayre (1978) ior iVIusci). 
manuscripts at IBF. 
/?^!: Anon., Bot. Gaz. 11:287. 1886 (30.000 specimens); Flora 69: 290, 322, 376. 1886. 

Koster, J. T., Taxon 18: 553. 1969 (algae at IBF). 

Sayre, G., Bryologist 80: 509-510. 1978. 

name: Published as "Heufler'' until 1865 when he received his baronetcy; from then on H. 
used the name Hohcnbuhcl-Hcufler in his scientific publications. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 5(2): 27; Bamhart 2: 169; BM 2: 838; Bossert p. 174; 

CSP 3: 338-339, 12: 331, 15:817; DeToni i : lxiv,4: xxix; DTS i : x, 1 1 i-i 16, 2: viii-ix, 6(4): 

25-27, 34: 153; GR cat. p. 65; Hawksworth p. 183; IF p. 702; IH 2: 273; Jackson p. 323; 

Kanitz 229; Kew 2: 670; LS 122 10- 12245; Maiwald p. 136, 168, 190; Moebius p. 426; NI 

867; Nordstedtp. 18; PR 4030-4036, 10575 (ed. i : 4442-4444) ; Rehder 5: 389; Saccardo i : 

89, 2: 58; SBC p. 122 ("Heufl."); Stevenson p. 1245; WU 8: 450-456. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1886: 39; Leopoldina 21: 115. 1885. 

Ascherson, Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 3: xiv-xvi. 1885. 

Cesati, Saggio bibl. algol. ital. 190. 1882. 

Dolezal, H., Friedrich Welwitsch 107-108, 113, 117. 1974. 

Hausmann, F., Fl. Tirol. 1163. 1854. 

Heufler, L. v., Oesterreich und seine Kronlander, Wien 1856, p. xliii-lvii; Verh. zool.-bot. 

Ver. i: 86-87. 1852. 
Kanitz, A., Magy. nov. Lap. 9: 91-92. 1885. 
Koster, J. T. Taxon 18: 553. 1969 (algae at IBF). 
Lucante, Rev. bot. BuU. Mens. Soc. frang. Bot. 4: 333. 1885/86. 
Neilreich, A., Verh. zool.-bot. Ver. 5: 61-62. 1855. 

Pax, F., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Karpathen 23, 59, 61. 1898 (Veg. Erde 2(1)). 
Perty, M., Kin Osterreichischer Botaniker, Beil. Allg. Zeit. 1868, p. 1853- 1854 (fide DTS 

6(4): 153)- 
Reissek ["S.R."], Osterr. bot. Z. 18: 1-8. 1868 (portr.). 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2) : 81-82. 1903. 

eponymy: Heuflera Bail (i860); Heufleria Trevisan (1853); Heufleria Trevisan (1861, non 
1853); Heufleria Auerswald (1869); Heufleridium ]. MiiUer Arg. (1883); Hohenbuehelia S. 
Schulzer von Miiggenburg (1866). 

2720. Specimen florae cryptogamae vallis Arpasch Carpatae transilvani . . . Viennae Austriae 
[WienJ (Typis caes. reg. aulae et imperii typographiae) 1853. Fol. {Spec.fl. crypt. Arpasch). 
Publ.: 1853 (p. 13-21 Mar 1853), Ivs [i]-66,/*/. /-7 (nature prints, in colour by Auer). C'o/)z>j: 

MICH, NY. - Second t.p.: ''Eine Probe der kryplogamisclwn Flora des Arpaschthales in den 
siebenbiirgischen Karpaten." See also Fischer no. 73. 

2721. Asplemi species europaeae. Untersuchungcn iiber die Milzfarnc Europa's. (Mit drei 
Tafeln Abbildungen und einer Erdkartc.) . . . Wien (Druck von Karl Heberreutcr) s.d. 
[1856]. Qu. [Asplen. sp. eur.). 

Publ.: 1856 (submitted i Mai and4jun 1856; Flora rd. i4Sep-i4 0ct 1856), p. [i-ii], j i]-i20 
([235J-354),/)/. /-_^, map. Copies: G, M {4pl.)\ IDC 7194. -Verh. zool. bot. Ver. Wien 6: 
[235J-354. /;/. /-■,' 1856. Plates: hand-col. copper engr. by Hartinger. 



HEUKELS 



ReJ.: Anon., Flora 39: 698-702. 28 Nov 1856. 

Schlechtcndal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 15: 29-30. 9jan 1857. 

2722. Instruction fiir die Naturforscher der Expedition der k.k. Fregatte "JVovara" in Beziehiing auf 
Kryptogamen. [Wien 1857]. Oct. {Instruct. Naturf. Novara Krypt.). 

Publ.: 1857, p. [i]-i 2. Co^: G. - Reprinted from Mitth. k.k. geogr. Ges. 1(1), 1857. 

2723. Untersuchungen uber die Hypneen Tirol's . . . Wien (In Commission bei W. Braumiiller) 
i860. Qu. {Unters. Hypn. Tirol). 

Publ.: i860 (submitted 2 Mai i860; Flora rd. Sep-Oct i860), p. [i-ii], [i]-i20. Copies: G, L, 
M, NY. - Independently paged reprint from Verh. zool. bot. Ges. Wien io(Abh.) : [383]- 
502. i860. 

jVac/i^ra^: in Bonplandia 9: 191-192. 1861. 

Ref.: Anon., Bull. Soc. bot. France 7: 410-41 1. Nov-Dec i860. 
J. M., Bot. Zeit. 18: 351. 2 Nov i860. 

2724. Enumeratio cryptogamarum italiae venetae . . . Viennae [Wien] (Commissum bibliopolae 
C. Geroldi filio . . .) 1871. Qu. {Enum. crypt. ltd. ven.). 

Publ.: Dec 1871 (t.p. reprint; preface Dec i87i),p. [i], [i]-i50. Copies: FH, WU. -Reprinted 
from Verh. zool. bot. Ges. 21 : [225]-374. 187 1 (copies ofreprints with original pagination: 
M, Stevenson). 

Ref.: Itzka, Hedwigia 10(11): 167, 187 1. 

Heukels, Hendrik (1854- 1936), Dutch botanist and high school teacher at Alnielo, 
Nijmegen and Amsterdam. [Heukels). 

HERBARIUM and types: NBV. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 169; BFM 1419; BL 2: 423, 424, 426, 667; 
Bossert p. 174; IF suppl. 4: 323; Kew 2: 670; JW i: 444, 452, 4: 389; NAF 28(B): 335; 
Rehdcr 5: 389; Tucker i : 338. 
Anon., Alg. Handclsbl. 10 Mar 1936; Utr. Dagbl. 11 Mar 1936; Nieuwe Rotterd. Crt. 10, 

11,12 Mar 1936; Telegraaf 1 1 Mar 1936. 
Jansen, P. en VVachtcr, VV. H., Ned. Kruidk. Arch. 46: 297-300. 1936. 
Stafleu, F. A., Acta Bot. Need. 14: 257-258. 1965; Taxon 20: 807-810. 1971 (bibl.). 
Verdoorn, F., Chron. bot. 3: 203. 1937. 
Wachter, W. H., in Heukels, H., Geill. Schoolfl. Nederl. ed. 12, p. [2-3]. 1942. 

2725. Schoolflora van Nederland . . . bewerkt naar Dr. Otto Wiinsche's Schulflora von 
Deutschland. Groningen (P. Noordhoff) 1883. Oct. {Schoolfl. Nederl.). 

Publ.: Apr-Jun 1883 (preface Mar 1883, Nat. Nov. Jul 1883); edition 2 and subsequent 
editions are entitled: Schoolflora voor Nederland. 

cd. date ed. date 



I 


Jun 1883 


10 


1904, after Jun 


2 


1884, after Mai 


1 1 


Sep-Dec 1907 


3 


1886, after Jul 


12 


Sep-Oct 191 2 


4 


1886, after Mai 


'3 


Sep 19 1 4 


5 


1890 


14 


191 7, after Jan 


6 


Dec 1894 


15 


1919 


7 


1896 


16 


1923 


8 


Jul- Aug 1899 


17 


1927 


9 


1 90 1 


18 


1933 



2726. Landbouwflora voor bouw- en weiland. Handleiding tot het bepalen van den naam 
van de gekweekte planten en van de in bouw- en weiland in het wild groeiende planten. 
Amsterdam (W. Versluys) 1894. Oct. {Landbouwfl.). 

Publ.: Jul 1894 (Ned. Staatscourant; Nat. Nov. Aug 1894; p. [v]: Jun 1894), p. [i-viii], 
[i]-i87. Copies: library P. A. Florschiitz, L. 

185 



HEUKELS 

2727. Geillustreerde schoolflora voor Nederland. Groningen (P. Noordhoff) 1900. Oct. (Geill. 
selioolji. MederL). 

Eds. i-io, by H. Heukels, all Groningen (P. Noordhoff). Oct. 

Eds. 11-12, ed. by Willem Hendrik Wachter (1882- 1946), both Groningen-Batavia (P. 

Noordhoff N. v.). Oct. 
Ed. ij, ed. by W. H. Wachter with the collaboration of Simon J. van Ooststroom (1906-x), 

Groningen-Batavia (P. Noordhoff N.V.). Oct. 
Eds. 14-17'. "Heukels-van Ooststroom Flora van Nederland ..." 14-15: Groningen (P. 

Noordhoff N. v.), 16-17: Groningen (Wolters-Noordhoff N.V.) (32-mo). 

Ed. 1: Apr 1900 (Ned. Staatscourantj, p. |i-viii], [ ij-yi i. Copies: FAS, L, U. 

Ed. 2: Jan-Sep 1904 (p. (ivj: Oct 1903; Nat. Nov. Oct(i) 1904), p. [i-viii], [i]-779. Copies: 

FAS, L, NBV(2). 
Ed. 2: 1907 (p. [iv]: Oct 1906), p. [i-viii], [i]-788. Copy: L. 
Ed. 4: 1909 (p. |ivj: Feb 1909), p. [i-viii], (i]-823. Copy: L. 
Ed. 5: 1912 (p. |iv]: Feb 1912), p. [i-viii], [ij-898. Copies: FAS, L, NBV. 
Ed. 6: 1915 (p. [iv]: Jul 1915), p. [i-viii], [i]-9i5. Copy: L. 
Ed. 7: 1919 (p. [iv]: Jan 1919), p. [i-viii], [i]-923. Copy: NBV. 
Ed. 8: 1922 (p. [iv]: Apr 1922), p. [i-viii], [i]-923. Copies: FAS, L, NBV. 
Ed. g: 1924 (p. [iv] : Aug 1924), p. [i-viii], [i]-922. Copies: FAS, L(2). 
Ed. 10: 1929 (p. [iv]: Feb 1929), p. [i-viii], [i]-927. Copies: FAS, L. 
Ed. 11: Mar 1934 (p. (4J: Aug 1933; G rd. Mar 1934), p. [ i]-933. Copies: FAS, G, L. 
Ed. 12: Sep-Dec 1942 (pref Aug 1942), p. (i, iiij, [ i]-892. Copies: FAS, L, U. 
Ed. 75: 1949 (p. I : Nov 1948), p. [i, iii, v], [i]-900. Copies: FAS, L, USDA. 
Ed. 14: 1956 (p. 2: Aug 1955), p. [i-iv], 1-890. Copies: FAS, G, L,(3), U. 
Ed. 75: 1962 (p. 2: Mar 1961), p. [i-iv], 1-892, errata slip. Copies: FAS, G. 
Ed. 16: 1970, p. [i-v], 1-909. Copies: FAS, U. - ISBN 90-0 1-3800 1-8. 
Ed. 77: 1972, p. |i-v], [i]-9ii. Copy: U. 

Ed. 18: 1975 (p. 2: Sep 1974), p. [i-v], 1-913. Copy: FAS. - ISBN id. 

Ref.: Stafleu, F. A., Acta Bot. Neerl. 14: 257-258. 1965; Taxon 20: 807-809. 1971 (rev. ed. 
16); 25: 351. 1976 (ed. 18). 

2728. Nederlandsche Natuurhistorische Vcreeniging. Nedeiiandsche plantennamen, voor al- 
gemeen gebruik gekozen door de Commissie voor Plantennamen. Epe (A. Hooiberg) s.d. 
[1906]. (Nederl. pl.-nam.). 

Pubt.: 1906 (t.p. undated; preface p. [iii] Dec 1906), p. [i, iii], [i]-79. Copy: FAS. - The 
anonymous brochure has a preface signed by H. Heukels and H. W. Heinsius, of which the 
first was the actual author. 

2729. Nederlandsche Natuurhistorische Vereeniging. Woordenboek der Nederlandsche volks- 
namen van planten uit de gegevens, verzameld door de Commissie voor Nederlandsche 
plantennamen bewerkt door H. Heukels, secretaris dier commissie. s.l. [Amsterdam] (Uit- 
gave der Nederlandsche Natuurhistorische Vereeniging. W. Versluys) 1907. Oct. {Woordenb. 
Nederl. volksnam.). 

Pubi: 1907, p. [i]-viii, [ i]-332. Copies: FAS, U(2). 

2730. De flora van jSederland. Beschrijving van den bouw, van bijzonderheden uit het leven en 
van het voorkomen van alle in Nederland in het wild groeiende bloemdragende planten. 
Leiden (E.J. Brill), Groningen (P. Noordhoff) 1909-1911, 3 vols. Oct. {Fl. Nederland). 
Publ.: In 39 parts, the contents of which are not yet known to us. The dates of publication of 

the parts are given by the Nederlandsche Staatscourant (i : 2jun 1908; 30: 22 Mar 191 1). 

1: 191 1 (completed by Jun 191 1), p. [i]-xxxv, map, [ i]-629. Copies: G, FAS, U(2). 
2: 1909, p. [i]-xxiii, [ I, err.], (i]-695. Copies: G, MO, FAS, U(2). 
3: 1910-1911, p, [i]-xv, [i]-5ii. Copies: G, MO, FAS, U(2). 

2731. Lijst van Nederlandsche, Hoogduitsche, Fransche en Engelsche namen van planten. Leiden (E.J. 
Brill), Groningen (P. Noordhoff) 1910. Oct. {Lijst Nederl. nam.pl.). 

Publ.: 19 10, p. [i]-vii, [i]-98. Copy: U. 

186 



2732. Plantenatlas bevattende afbeeldingen van de in Nederland in het wild groeiende 
planten, gerangschikt volgens de Schoolflora voor Nederland. Groningen (P. Noordhoff) 
191 1. Oct. {Plantenatlas). 

Publ.: 191 1 (p. [iii]: Aug 191 1), p. [i, iii], [i]-355. Copies: L, NBV. 
Ed. 2: 1925 (p. [iii]: Nov 1924), p. [i-iv], [i]-404. Copies: L, NBV. 

2733. Beknopte schoolflora voor Nederland. Groningen-Batavia (P. NoordhofFN.V.) 1932. Oct. 
[Bekn. schoolfl. Nederl.). 

Co-author: Willem Hendrilc Wachter (1882- 1946). 
Editor of eds. 6-x: Simon J. van Ooststroom (1906-x). 

Imprints: eds. 1-7 as above; 8: Groningen-Djakarta (P. NoordhofFN.V.) ; 9-x: Groningen (P. 
NoordhofFN.V.). 

Ed. i: Nov-Dec 1932 (p. [iv]: Oct 1932), p. [i-viii], [i]-392. Copies: L, NBV, U. 

Ed. 2: 1936 (p. [iv]: Jan 1936), p. [i-viii], [i]-392. Copies: FAS. L. 

Ed. 3: Sep-Dec 1939 (p. [iv]: Aug 1939), p. [i-viii], [i]-393. Copies: FAS, L. 

Ed. 4: Sep-Dec 1942 (p. [iv] : Aug 1942), p. [i]-xii, [i]-395. Copies: FAS, L, NBV. 

Ed. 5: 4 Jul 1946 (p. iv: Jun 1946; inscription in copy L), p. [i-xii], [i]-395. Copies: L(3). 

Ed. 6: Sep-Dec 1947 (p. [iv] : Aug 1947), p. [i]-xii, [i]-395. Copies: FAS, L. 

Ed. 7: 1949 (p. [iv]: Jan 1949), p. [i]-xii, [i]-4i2. Copies: L, USDA. 

Ed. 8: 1952 (p. iv: Jan 1952), p. [i]-xii, [i]-4i4. Copies: FAS, L, U, USDA. 

Ed. g: 1957 (p. iv:Jan 1957), p. [i]-xii, 1-424. Copies: FAS, L. 

Ed. 10: i960 (p. iv: Apr 1959), p. [i]-xii, 1-424. Copies: FAS(2), L(2). - "Heukels-van 

Ooststroom, Beknopte school- en excursieflora voor Nederland oorspronkelijk bewerkt door W. H. 

Wachter ticnde druk bewerkt door S.J. van Ooststroom." Groningen (P. Noordhoff) 

i960. 
Ed. n: 1963 (p. iv: Sep 1962), p. |i]-xii, 1-424. Copy: USDA. 
Ed. 12: 1968. 

Heydrich, Franz (x-1911), German algologist. [Heydr.). 

HERBARIUM and types: B (original algae herb., destroyed). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Audrcws p. 278; Barnhart 2: 170; BM 2: 840, 6: 462; CSP 
15: 824; De Toni 4: xxix; Kew 2: 672; M\V p. 177; Urban-Berl. p. 141, 265. 
Anon., Nuov. Not. 22: 206. 191 1 ; Osterr. bot. Z. 61 : 359. 191 1. 
Koster, J. T., Taxon 18: 553. 1969 (herb, destroyed). 

2734. Neue Kalkalgen von Deutsch-Neu-Guinea (Kaiser Wilhelms-Land) . Stuttgart ( Verlag von 
Erwin Nagele) 1897. Qu. [Kalkalg. Deutsch-Neu-Guinea) . 

Publ.: Apr 1897 (Nat. Nov. Mai(2) 1897, Bot. Zeit. i Jul 1897), p. [ii, iii, v], [i]-ii,/)/. /. 

Copies: B, G, NY. - Bibliotheca botanica Heft 41. 
Ref.: Heydrich, Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 10: 458-485. 1892. 

Heyer, Carl (1797-1856), German botanist and professor of forestry at Giessen. {Heyer). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 170; BM 2: 840; CSP 3: 344, 7: 974; Jackson p. 
305; Kew 2: 672; Moebius p. 398; PR 4046; Ratzeburg p. 240-242; Rehder 5: 390; Tucker 

1:339- 

Anon., Brockhaus' Conversations-Lexikon ed. 13. 9: 213. 1884. 

2735. Phanerogamen-Elora der grossherzogliclien Provinz Ober-Hessen unci insbesondere der Um- 
gebung von Giessen, cnthaltend die in dem bczcichneten Gebietc wildwachsenden und 
haufiger im Freien cultivirten Blulhenpflanzen. Von Dr. Carl Heyer, . . . Nach dem Tode 
des Verfassers bcarbcitct und hcrausgegcben von Dr. Julius Rossmann . . . Giessen 
(Ferber'sche Universitatsbuchhandlung) s.d. | 1863] Oct. (in fours). [Phan.-El. Ober-Hessen). 
Co-author: Georg Wilhclm Julius Rossmann ( 183 1 -1866). 

Publ.: Feb-Jul 1863 (Bot. Zeit. 28 Aug 1863; Flora Oct 1863), p. |i]-viii, [ i]-482. Copies: G, 

187 



M, NY. - Issued in two parts as a supplement to Ber. Oberhess. Ges., p. [i]-viii, | i]-2o8. 

i860 and p. 209-482. 1863 (Bericht 10). 
Other issue: Giessen (Druck von VVilhelm Keller) s.d., Pubi: as above, 1863, p. |i]-viii, [ i]- 

482. Copies: B, MO. 
Ref.: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 21 : 259-260. 28 Aug. 1863. 

Heyne, Benjamin (1770-1819), German Moravian missionary; at Tranquebar 1792; 
superintendent Bangalore Gardens 1802-1888; in England 1813. {B. Heyne). 

HERBARIUM and types: Material at B, BR, GGE, G, GH, H, K, LE. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Backer p. 266; BB p. 146; BM 2: 840; CSP 3: 345; Desmond 

p. 305; Hortus 3: 1 195 ("B. Heyne") ; IH 2: 274; Rew 2: 673; PR (alph.); RS p. 87; SK i : 

230, 5: cclxxxv, 8: xliv. 

Burkill, 1. H., Chapters hist. bot. India 240 |indexj. 1965. 

Candolle, A. P. de, Mem. Souvenirs 379-380. 1862. 

Miller, H. S., Taxon 19: 526. 1970. 

Miiller, Bot. Tidsskr. 52: 57. 1955. 

Phillimore, R. H., Hist. Rec. Survey India 2: 11 3- 115. 1950 (fide Desmond). 

eponymy: Heynea Roxburgh (181 5). 

Heyne, Friedrich Adolf (1760- 1 826), German botanist, "Coburgischer Rath." {F. Heyne). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BM 2: 840; Kew 2: 673; PR 4047 (ed. i : 4450). 

2736. Pflanzen-Kalender oder Versuch einer Anweisung welche Pflanzen man in jedem Monat 
in ihrer Bliithen finden konne und auf welchem Standorte . . . Leipzig (bey Johann 
Ambrosius Barth) 1804. Oct. [Pfl.-Kalend.) . 

Ed. i: 1804 (p. xxiv: Feb 1804) in two Hefte, 1804. Copy: NY (Heft 2). 

Heft i: p. [i]-xxiv, [i]-i66. 

Heft 2: [i67]-403, [404, err.]. 
Ed. 2: Apr-Mai 1806 (publ. at Easter fair), in two Hefte. Copy: NY. - "Zweyte vermehrte 

Auflage mit einer Anleitung zum Studium der Botanik von Dr. Schwagrichen' ' [Christian 

Friedrich Schwagrichen, 1 775-1853]. Leipzig (id.). Oct. 

Hefti: [i]-xxiv, [i]-lii, [i]-i66. 

Heft 2: [i67]-403, [404, err.]. 
Ed. j: 1809 (p. xii: Jun 1809), in two Hefte. Copy: NY. - "Neue, vermehrte und verbesserte 

Auflage" Stuttgart (bey Friedrich Hebel) 1809. Oct. (in fours). 

//e/i; 7 : [i] -xii, [ I ] - 1 64. 

//./^2:[i65]-388, [i]-liv. 

Heyne, Karel (1877-1947), Dutch botanist employed at the museum and information 
service for economic botany at Bogor (Buitenzorg), Indonesia, 1906-1927. (A". Heyne). 

HERBARIUM and types: bo, BZF. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Backer p. 266; Barnhart 2: 171 ; BE i : 105, 301 ; Bossert p. 

174; Hortus 3: 1 195 ("K. Heyne"); IH 2: 274; Kew 2: 673; SK p. 230. 

Anon., Soerabaias Handelsblad 6 Apr 1927, p. 3. (fide SK). 

Wit, H. C. D. de, in C. G. G.J. van Steenis, Fl. males, ser. i. 4(2): c. 1949 (portr.). 



EPONYMY : Heynella Backer (1950). 



\ 



2737. De nuttige planten van Nederlandsch-Indie tevens synthetische catalogus der verzame- 
lingen van het Museum voor Technische en Handelsbotanie te Buitenzorg. Batavia (Ruyg- 
rok & Co.) 1913-1922, 4 vols. Oct {Nutt. pi. Ned.-Ind.). 



HEYNHOLD 

Ed. i: 1913-1922. Copies: HH, NY, U. 

Vol. i: 1913 (p. 4:Jun 1913), p. |i], |ij-4, |i]-250, |i]-xxvii. 

Vol. i: completed edition 1922 (p. [iv] : Mar 1922), p. [i-iv], [i]-570, [i, h.t.], (i]-lxxx. 

Vol. 2: 1916 (slip, loose, dated Jan 1917), p. [i], [ i]-349, [i, h.t.], |i]-xxxix; loose: slip on 

publ. vol. 3, bibliography | 1-4]. 
Vol. 3: 1917, p. |i], liJ-402, |i*,h.t.], [ij-xlviii (indexes), loose: bibliography [ 1-4]. 
Vol. 4: 1917 (p. [i], I iJ-254, I I, h.t.], |i]-xxxvi. 

Ed. 2: Batavia (id.) 1927, Oct. "2e herziene en vermeerderde druk". "Uitgave van het 
Departement van Landbouw, Nijverheid & Handel in Nederlandsch-Indie". Copies: 
FAS, MO, U. 

Vol. i: Dec 1927 (p. iv: Nov 1927), p. [i-iv], [i]-732. 
Vol. 2: Dec 1927, p. 733-1450. 
Vol. 3: Dec 1927, [i45i]-i662. [i]-ccxh. 

Heynhold, Gustav (orig. Heinhold) (i8oo-ca. i860), German botanist in Saxonia. 

{Heynh.). 

HERBARIUM and TPEs: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 171 ; BM 2: 841 ; Hortus 3: 1 195 ("Heynh."); 
Jackson p. 15, 310; Kew 2: 673; Langman p. 368; NAF 28B(2) : 335; PR 4048-4050 (ed. i : 
4451-4454); Rehder 5: 391 ; TL-2/1768; Tucker i : 339; Zander ed. 10, p. 670. 

2738. Das natiirliche Pflanzensystem. Ein Versuch, die gegenseitigen Verwandtschaften der 
Pflanzen aufzufinden, durch Andeutung ihrer Bildungsstufen, Uebergange, Ausnahmen, 
mit Beriicksichtigung der arzneilichen und tiberhaupt anwendbaren Gewachse, nebst einer 
historischen Einleitung. Gemeinfasslich dargestellt und zunachst fur angehende Apotheker, 
Aerzte &c. bearbeitet von Gustav Heynhold. Mit einer Vorrede von Dr. Heinrich Ficinus, 
professor sc. . . . Dresden und Leipzig (in der Arnoldischen Buchhandlung) 1840. Oct. {Nat. 
Pfl.-Syst.). 

Preface: Heinrich David August Ficinus (1782-18 17). 

Ed. i: 1840 (p. v: i6Jan 1840), p. [i]-viii, [i]-i8i, [1-2, err.]. Copies: M, NY. 
Ed. 2: Leipzig (Arnoldischen Buchhandlung) 1850. Oct. publ.: 1850, p. [i]-viii, [i]-i8i. 
Copy: B. 

2739. Nomenclator botanicus hortensis oder alphabetische und synonymische Aufzahlung der in 
den Garten Europa's cultivirten Gewachse, nebst Angabe ihres Autors, ihres Vaterlandes, 
ihrer Dauer und Cultur, bearbeitet von Gustav Heynhold nebst einer Vorrede von Dr. 
Ludwig Reichenbach. Dresden und Leipzig (in der Arnoldischen Buchhandlung) [1840- 
1841], 2 vols. Oct. (in fours). {Norn., bot. hort.). 

Vol. Heft pages dates 

1 [i]-2 1-408, [i]-xx 27 Sep-3 Oct 1840 (Hinrichs) 

2 3[-?] 409-888 Jul 1841 (postface 6Jul 1841) 

Copies: G, L, MO, NY, USDA; IDC 796. - Hinrichs mentions Heft 3 (pp. 409-?) for 7-13 
Mar 1841 . From this is would seem that volume 2 came out in more than one part. A zweiter 
Band was published in 1846 under a separate main title (see no. 2742). 
Ref.: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 6: 13-15. 7 Jan 1848. 

2740. Flora von Sachsen. Beschreibung der im Konigreiche Sachsen, dem Herzogthume 
Sachsen preussischen Antheils, den Grossherzoglich und Herzoglich Sachsischen Landen 
Ernestinischer Linie, den Herzoghch Anhaltischen, Fiirstlich Schwarzburgischen und 
Ftirstlich Reussischen Landen wildwachsenden und allgemein angebauten Pflanzen, mit 
besonderer Beriicksichtigung ihrer Anwendung in der Pharmacie, Technologic und Oeko- 
nomie &c. bearbeitet von Dr. Friedrich Holl, . . . und Gustav Heynhold, . . . Erster Band. 
Dresden (Verlag von Justus Naumann) 1842. Oct {Fl. Sachsen). 



HEYNHOLD 

Co-author (of entire work as planned; Heynhold was sole author of the only volume which 

appeared, vol. i): Carl Friedrich HoH (/. 1840-1850). 
Erste Abtheilung: 1842, p. [ii]-x, [i], [i]-348. 

[^weite Abtheilung:] late 1842 (Flora rd. Nov. Dec 1842), p. [i-ii], [349J-862, [i, err.]. 
Copies: B, G, M, NY, Regensburg, USDA. 
Title-pages: (i) With text as above, issued with second part. 

(2) As above, but e.g. with "Erster Band. Erste Abtheilung," in all copies seen as p. [ii]. 

(3) in some copies as p. [iii] : "Flora von Sachsen. Erster Band: Phanerogamic von Gustav 
Heynhold. Erste Abtheilung." 

Ref.: Anon., Lit. Ber. Flora [12]: 101-106. 7 Dec 1842. 

2741. Clavis generum zur Flora von Sachsen von Dr. Friedrich Holl und Gustav Heynhold. Fine 
synoptische Darstellung der zu diesem Florengcbiet gehorigen Gattungen der ersten Ab- 
theilung (der Phancrogamen), zum erleichterten Bestimmen, nebst einem deutschen Re- 
gister derselben. Bearbeitet von Gustav Heynhold . . . Dresden (Verlag von Justus Nau- 
mann) 1843. Oct. [Clav. gen. Fl. Sachsen). 

Co-Author: Carl Friedrich Holl (/ 1840- 1850). 

Publ: Aug-Jun 1843 (Bot. Zeit. 7 Jul 1843), P- \'A^ 1 ']-70- Copies: G, M. 

Ref.: Schlechtendal D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. i : 471-472. 7 Jul 1843. 

2742. Alphabetische und synonymische Aujzdhlung der in der Jahren 1840 bis 1846 in den 
europaischen Garten cingeiuhrten Gewdchse nebst Angabe ihres Autors, ihres Vaterlandes, 
ihrer Dauer und Cultur. Fin Hilf- und Erganzungbuch zu den Werken von Dietrich, 
Dumont-Courset, Loudon, Sweet, Steudel u.s.w. nach dem neuesten Quellen bearbeitet. 
Dresden/Leipzig (in der Arnoldischen Buchhandlung) i846[-i847]. {Alph. Aufz. Gew.). 
Publ: 1846-1847, p. [ii]-xx, [1-2, notes], [i]-774. Copies: G, NY, U, USDA; IDC 796. - 

Zweiter Band of the above-mentioned Nomenclator botanicus hortensis (2739) . Came out in at 
least three parts, possibly more. Pages [i]-viii, [i]-i44, were reviewed by Bot. Zeit. 16 Oct. 
1846 (p. viii dated Mai 1846), p. i45-384(?) came out later in 1846, p. 385(?)-774 came 
out in 1847 (rev. Bot. Zeit. 7 Jan 1848). 
Ref.: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 4: 734. 16 Oct 1846, 6: 13-15. 7 Jan 1848. 

Hick, Thomas (1840- 1896), British botanist who studied and lectured (1861-1876) at the 
Lancasterian School at Leeds; from 1876- 1886 science master at Pannall College, Har- 
rogate, 1 886- 1 896 lecturer at Owens College, Manchester. {Hick). 

HERBARIUM and types: MANCH; fossil collections also at Manchester Museum. Letters at 
Kew. 

note: Hick's Synopsis oj the leading natural orders oj British fowenng plants, ed. 2, London (J. E. 
Lornish), was published Apr-Mai 1891 (Nat. Nov.Jun 1891; Bot. Zeit. 26 Jan 1891). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Andrews p. 278; Barnhart 2: 171; BB p. 147; BM 2: 841; 

CSP 10: 223, 12: 333, 15: 829-830; Desmond p. 306; DcToni i : Ixiii; IH 2: 274; Kew 2: 675- 

676; LS 12269-12270; Nordstcdt p. 31. 

Anon., Trans. Manchester Micr. Soc. 1896: 105-106. 

Britten, J., J. Bot. 34: 108. 1896. 

Cash, Proc. Yorks. geol. Soc. 13: 234-239. 1899 (bibi.). 

Dallmann and Wood, Trans. Liverpool bot. Soc. i : 74. 1909. 

Hick, T., J. Bot. 21 : 198-200. Dec 1883 (Ranunculus ficaria). 

Hick, T. & Cash, W., Proc. Yorksh. Geol. Soc. 7: 73-82, 400-405. 188 1 (palaeobot.). 

Lees, J. Bot. 35: 193-196. 1897 (portr.). 

Murray, J. Bot. 34: 488. 1896. 

HANDWRITING: Proc. Yorksh. Geol. Soc. 13(2): plate facing p. 235. 

Hicken, Cristobal Maria (1875-1933), Argentine botanist; founder (191 1) of the Instituto 
botanico Darwinion at San Martin, later at San Isidro; Dr. sci. Buenos Aires, 1906; Lecturer 
at the Collegio militar (1899-1928) and simultaneously at various other schools in Buenos 
Aires. [Hicken). 

190 



HERBARIUM and types: SI; further material at K, NY and S. 
Ref.: Burkart, A., Darwiniana 2: 126-149. i937- 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 171; BL i : 232, 234, 235, 301 ; Bossert p. 174; 

CSP 15: 830; Hirsch p. 122; Hortus 3: 1 195; IF suppl. i : 81-82, 2: 36, 3: 2 11, 4: 323; I H 2: 

274; Kew 2: 676-677; Lenley p. 222; Rehder 5: 391 ; Tucker i : 339. 

Anon., Rev. sudamer. Bot. 1(2): 61-63. '934 (bibl.). 

Burkart, A., Darwiniana 2: 150-153. 1937; 16(3-4): 803-809. 1971 (bibl.), q.v. for further 

biogr. refs. 
Herrera, F. L., Estud. fl. Cuzco 15. 1930. 
Hicken, Contribucion al conocimiento de la bibliograf la botanica argentina, Darwiniana i : 

191-539- 1930 (bibl.). 
Millan, Rev. Argent. Agron. i: 87-88. 1934 (portr.). 
Porter, Rev. Chil. Hist. nat. 37: 180-182. 1933 (portr.). 
Rentzell, Darwiniana 2: 98-104. 1937. (portr., bibl.). 

COMPOSITE works: founder and editor o^ Darwiniana, vols. 1-2, 1922-1930. 

eponymy: (genera): Hickenia Lillo (1919); Hickenia N. L. Britton & J. N. Rose (1922); 
(journal): Hickenia. Boletin del Darwinion (Instituto de Botanica Darwinion). San Isidro. 
Vol. i-x. 1976-X. 

POSTAGE stamps: Argentina 6 p. (1969) yv. 843. 

2743. Nouvelles contributions auxfougeres argentines . . . Buenos Aires (Imprimerie Coni freres, 
. . .) 1907. Oct. {JVouv. contr.foug. argent.). 

Publ.: Dec 1907 (p. 12: Dec 1907; Nat. Nov. Feb(2) 1909), p. [i]-i2. Copy: MO. - Trab. 
Mus. farmacol. Fac. Ci. med. Buenos Aires 1908. 

2744. Chloris platensis argentina . . . Buenos Aires (Imprenta y Casa editora "Juand. Alsina" 
. . .) 1910. Oct. [Chlor. plat, argent.). 

Publ.: 1910, p. [i]-292. C'oj6)': USDA. - Apuntes de historio natural vol. 2(1) : 3-292. 1910. 

Hiern, William Philip ( 1 839- 1925), British botanist of independent means who worked at 
Kew and BM; M.A. Oxford i^^^.[Hiern). 

HERBARIUM and types: Hiern's British herbarium is at RAMM; his non-British collections 
are at CGE. The types of the Catalogue (see below) are at BM. This set of Welwitsch 
specimens was the second one; the first, ("study set") was returned to Lisbon (LISU) upon a 
law-suit after Welwitsch's death in 1873. 
Ref.: Murray, Hist. Coll. BMNH 190. 1904. 

note: 'T refuse to tamper with Greenwich time" (to Rendle when travelling in Australia 
with his watch at G.M.T.). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Backer p. 267; Barnhart 2: 172; BB p. 147; BM 2: 842, 6: 

463 ;BL i: 22,63, 301, 2: 236, 237, 668; Bossert p. 174; Clokie p. 183; CSP 3: 347[?], 7: 977, 

10: 225-226, 15: 833; Desmond p. 307; DTS i : 117; Hortus 3: 1 195; IH 2: 274; Jackson p. 

130, 346, 384; Kew 2: 678; Langman p. 369; LS 12277; -^W p. 177; Rehder 5: 391; RS p. 

87; SO 484, 886; Tucker i : 340; Zander ed. 10, p. 670. 

Britten, J. Bot. 34: 439. 1896, 63: 32. 1926. 

C. H. W. [Wright], Nature 117: 23. 1926; Kew Bull. 1926: 45-46 (brief account of the 

Welwitsch collections aff"air). 
Dandy, J. E., and Taylor, G., J. Bot. 77: 97. 1937. 
Dolezal, H., Friedrich Welwitsch 239 [index]. 1974. 
Druce, G. C, Bot. Exch. CI. Br. Isl. Rep. 7(5): 849-851. 1926. 
Hawksworth, D. L. & M. R. D. Seaward, Lichen. Brit. Isl. 29, 94-95, 198. 1977. 
Jackson, B. D., Proc. Linn. Soc. 138: 83-84. 1926. 
Martin, W. V. and G. T. Eraser, Fl. Devon 776-777. 1939. 
Moore, S., Fl. Cheshire Ixxxiii. 1899. 

191 



HIERN 

Rendle, A. B., J. Bot. 63: 168. 1926, 64: 51-54. 1926 (bibl. by Ardagh). 

COMPOSITE works: (i). Harvey and Sonder, Flora capensis (TL-2/2448): 

Scrophulariaceae: 4, 2(1): 121-192. Feb 1904, 2(2): 193-384. Jul 1904, 2(3): 385-420. Oct. 

1904. 
Orobanchaceae: 4, 2(2): 421-422. Oct 1904. 
Ebenaceae: 4, 1(3): 444-478. Oct 1906. 
(2). J. D. Hooker, Flora British India (TL-2/2981) : 
Meliaceae i: 540-569. Feb 1875 
Sapindaceae i : 668-699. Feb 1875. 
(3). Contributions to Oliver, Flora of tropical Africa: 
Araliaceae, 3: 27-33. '877. 
Dipsaceae, 3: 249-253. 1877. 
Ebenaceae, 3: 509-525. 1877. 
Goodenovieae, 3: 461-462. 1877. 
Lythraceae, 2: 464-486. 1871. 
Rubiaceae, 3: 33-247. 1877. 
Umbelliferae, 3: |i]-27. 1877. 
Valerianeae, 3: 248-249. 1871. 

(4). Warming, Sjmb. Fl. Bras, centr., Acanthaceae, Gesneriaceae, Smilacaceae, Verbenaceae, in part 
23, i8jj, piibl. 17 Apr 1878 (p. 67-87, 87-94, 37"66, 94-108 resp.). 

(5) With Count de Ficalho, Mem. pi. Afr. Central . . . Pinto, Lisboa 1887 (1883), a 
translation from Trans. Linn. Soc, London, Bot. 2, 1881. 

eponymy: Hierma S. Moore (1880). 

2745. On the forms and distribution over the world o[ the Batrachium section oj Ranunculus. 
[London 1871]. Oct. [Batrachium) . 

Publ.: after i Apr 1871, p. 1 1]-22. Gopy: G. - "Reprinted and revised from the Journal of 
Botany, 1871," orig. publ. J. Bot. 9: 43-49. i Feb 1871 ; 65-69. i Mar 1871 ; 97-107. i Apr 
1 87 1. -The copy at G has manuscript additions by the author; it was sent on 26 Jan 1874. 

2746. A monograph of the Ebenaceae . . . Cambridge (Printed by C. J. Clay, M.A. at the 
University Press) 1873. Qu. [Monogr. Eben.). 

Publ.: early Apr 1873 (submitted 1 1 Mar 1872; copy to Alph. DC sent 10 Apr 1873; J. ^ot. 

Apr 1873), p. |i], 27-300, pi. i-ii (uncol. hths. by A. T. HoUick, no. // by A. Faguet). 

Copies: G, L, MICH, MO, NY, U, US (journ. publ.), USDA (id.). - Trans. Cambridge 

philos. Soc. 12(1). 1873. 
Ref.:H.T. |Trimen], J. Bot. 11: 182-183. 1873. 

Anon., Bot. Zeit. 32: 155. 6 Mar 1874. 

2747. Gatalogue oj the African plants collected by Dr. Friedrich VVelwitsch in 1853-61 . . . 
London (printed by order of the Trustees | of the British Museum]) 1 896-1 901, 2 vols. Oct. 
{Gat. ajr. pi.). 

vol. part pages dates vol. part pages dates 

I I |i]-|xxvi], |i]-336Dec 1896 i 4 |ij, 7^5-1035 Aug 1900 

2 lijj 337-510 Mar 1898 2 i |i],|i]-26o 30 Mai 

1899 

3 |iJi5i'-784 Dec 1898 2 [i, iii, v], 261-566 Mar 190 1 

Gopies: BR, MO, NY, USDA. - Vol. i (Dicotyledons) (with frontisp. portr. of VVelwitsch) by 
W. P. Hiern, 2(1) Monocotyledons and Gymnosperms by Alfred Barton Rendle, 2(2) 
(Crypt.) by W. Carruthers et al. 
Ref: A.M. v., Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 24(5): 266. 29 Mai 1897. 

Britten,J.,J. Bot. 35: 23-26. Jan 1897, 36: 157-158. Apr 1898, 233-235. Jun 1898, 37: 48. 
Jan 1899, i9i-i92.Jun 1899, 39: 39-40. Jan 1901. 

J.M.C., Bot. Gaz. 23: 210-21 1. 24 Mar 1897, 31 : 69-70. 21 Jan 1901. 

Englcr, A., Bot. Jahrb. 26 (Lit.): 49. 1899. 

192 



HIERONYMUS 

Hieronymus, Georg Hans Emmo ( Emo) Wolfgang ( 1 846- 1 92 1 ) , German botanist and 
plant collector; Dr. phil. Halle 1872; at Cordoba, Argentina, 1874-1883; from 1883-1892 
Privatgelehrter at Breslau; at Bcrlin-Dahlem from 1892. [Hieron.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Main collections at B (herb. rd. 1892; fern collection extant), but 
much material also at CORD. Exsiccatae: (i) Flora argentina (1872-1883) at B, CORD, GH, 
L, MO, NY, P, SP. - (2) Herbarium ceadiologicum (later ctd. by R. Dittrich and F. Pax), Lief 
1-15, nos. 1-121, 1213-425. 1892-1907. 

BiLiOGRAPHY and biography: Backer p. 267; Barnhart 2: 172; BJ I i : 26-27, 2: 75-76; BM 2: 
842, 6:463; BL 1:232,235, 236, 255, 301; Bossert p. 174; CSP 7: 977, 10: 226, 12:333, 15: 
833-834; De Toni i : Ixiv, 4: xxix-xxx; DTS i : 117; Hortus 3: 1 195; IF p. 702-703, suppl. i : 
82, 2: 36, 3: 21 1 ; IH 2: 274; Jackson p. 127; Kew 2: 678-679; KR p. 295; Langman p. 369; 
LS 12278; Moebius p. 127; MW p. 177-178; NAF ser. 2. 2: 160, 5: 242; Nordstedt p. 18; 
Rehder 5: 391-392; Tucker i : 340; Urban-Berl. p. 265, 276, 287, 302, 356; Zander ed. 10, p. 
670. 

A.C., Physis 5: 346-348. 1922. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1921: 147; Nuov. Notar. 23: 88-89. 1922; Marcellia 19: xxxv. 1922. 
Bergdolt, E., Karl von Goebel ed. 2. 44. 1941. 
Herzog, Th., Pflanzenw. Boliv. Anden 18. 1923 (Veg. Erde 15). 
Maxon, VV. R., Amer. Fern. J. 12(1): 31-32. 1922. 
Merrill, E. D., Contr. U.S. nad. Herb. 30(1): 150-151. 1947. 
Pax, F., Schlesicns Pflanzenwelt 18. 1915. 
Pilger, R., Hedwigia62: [i-iv]. 1921 (portr.). 
Reiche, K., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Chile 33. 1907 (Veg. Erde 8). 
Turrill, VV. B., Bull. misc. Inf Kew 1920: 62-63. 

Vervoorst, Bol. Acad. nac. Ci. 49: 63-70. 1972 (on Lorentz and H., biogr. and itin.). 
Weberbauer, A., Pflanzenw. Peruan. Anden 31. 191 1 (Veg. Erde 12). 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): i2g, pi. 2g. 1903 (portr.), 3(3): i'^j,pl. i2g. 1905 
(portr.). 

COMPOSITE works: (i) ¥jdiior o'( He dwigia V oh. 32(2), 1893-61(3), 1920. 

(2) Algae, Pleridophyla, in Deulsch Ost AJrika 5 B, C, 1895. 

(3), EP, Die naturlichen Pflanzenjamilien ed. i (TL-2/1710): 

Eriocaulaceae, (2)4: 21-27. Oct 1887, Nachtr. 2-4(1): 61. Jul 1897. 

Centrolepidaceae, 2(4): 11-16. Oct 1887, Nachtr. 2-4(1): 61. Jul 1897. 

Mjzodendraceae, 3(1) : 198-202. Mai 1889; suppl. by A. Engler, Nachtr. 2-4(1) : 140-141. Aug 

1897. 
Restionaceae, 2(4) : 3-10. Oct 1887; Nachtrage 2-4(1) : 67. Jul 1897, (2) : 9. 8 Oct 1900. 
Selaginellaceae (in collaboration with Richard Sadebeck), 1(4): 621-624. Jan 1901, 625-672. 

Sep 1901, 673-715. Nov 1901. 
(4) Urban, I., Symb. ant. 3(3): 524-527. i Mai 1903 (Selaginella, by Hieronymus). 

note: Hieronymus also published the series Botanische Bilderbogen (als Lehrmittel fiir den 
Unterricht in der Morphologic der Pflanzen) serie I. in 100 Tafcln (15 morph., 85 flower 
diagrams), Breslau, January 1884; a series of plates (used for lectures) with which many 
present-day continental botanists became acquainted in the early phases of their careers). 

eponymy: Hieronymiella Pax (1890); Hieronymusia Engler (19 18). 

2748. Beitrdge zur Kenntnis der Centrolepidaceen. Halle (Druck und Verlag von H. VV. Schmidt) 
1873. Qu- {Beitr. Centrolepid.). 

Pm^/.: Jan-Apr 1873 (Bot. Zeit. 16 Mai 1873; BSbF post 19 Apr 1873; J. ^ot. Aug 1873), P- 
[i]-io8,/'/. 1-4 (uncol. Hths.). Copies: G, L. -Reprinted from Abh. naturf. Ges. Halle 12(3, 
4): [i i5]-222, /)/. 1-4. 1873 (copyjourn. publ. MO). 

2749. JViederleinia juniperoides el representante de un nuevo genero de la familia de las 
Frankeniaceas. [Cordoba 1879]. Oct. 

Publ.: 1879, p. [i]-i2. Copy: G. - Reprinted from Bol. Acad. Ci. Cordoba 3: 219-230. 1879. 
To be cited from journal. 

193 



HIERONYMUS 



2750. Sobre la necessidad de borrar el genero de compuestas Lorentzia Griseb. y sobre un nuevo 
genero de euforbiaceas Lorentzia . . . Buenos Aires (Litogr. imprenta y encuadernacion de 
Guillermo Kraft.) 1881. Oct. 

Publ.: 1881, p. liJ-28. Copy: MO. -Reprinted from Bol. Acad. nac. Ci. 4(1): 74-101. 1881. 

To be cited from journal. 
Note: for Paul Giinther Lorentz (1835-1881) see e.g. IH 2: 460. 

2751. Planlae diaphoricae fiorae argentinae 6 revista sistematica de las plantas medicinales, 
alimenticias 6 de alguna otra utilidad y de las venosas, que son indigenas de la Repiiblica 
Argentina 6 que, originarias de otros paises se cultivan 6 se crian espontaneamente en ella . . . 
Buenos Aires (Litografia, imprenta yencudernacionde Guillermo Kraft . . .) 1882. Oct. {PL 
diaph.fl. argent.). 

Publ.: Dec 1882 (p. 337: Dec 1882), p. 1 1]-404. Copy: NY. - Bol. Acad. nac. Ci. 4(3,4) : 199- 
598. 1882. 

2752. Icones et descriptiones plantarum, quae sponte in Republica Argentina crescunt. Abbil- 
dungen und Beschreibungen von Pflanzen, welche in der Republik Argentina wildwachsend 
gefunden werden, . . . Breslau (Druck der Breslauer Genossenschafts-Buchdruckerei, . . .) 
1885, Qu. t- [icon, descr.pl.). 

Lief erung I : all published, Sep-Oct 1885 (Nat. Nov. Oct 1885; Bot. Zeit. 27 Nov 1885; J. Bot. 

Jan 1886), p. [i], [i]-59, pi. i-io (uncol. liths. by Eva et G. Hieronymus). Copies: G, 

MICH, NY, US, USDA. - Acta Acad. nac. Cienc. Cordoba vol. 2. 
Spanish transl. : Icones . . . crescunt. Descripcion ilustrada de las plantas que crecen esponta- 

nemente en la republica Argentina. Cordoba, 1886. Qu., p. [i]-74, /)/. i-io (id.). Copy: 

MO. - Repr. from Acta Acad. Cienc. Cordoba 2(1). 1886. 
Ref.: Schumann, K. M., Bot. Zeit. 44: 156-157. 26 Feb 1886. 

Pax, F., Bot. Jahrb. 7(Lit.): 41. 31 Dec 1885. 

2753. Ueber Rafflesia Schadenbergiana (Goppert). Ein Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Cytinaceen 
von G. Hieronymus. .Mit zwei Tafeln. Breslau im Januar 1885. Qu. [Rafflesia Schadenber- 



Publ. :jan 1884 (t.p.;Bot. Zeit. 27 Feb 1885; Nat. Nov. Mar(i) 1885), p. 1-10,2 pi. (uncol. 

liths. by author). Copy: Q. - See also Hieronymus, Bull. Congr. int. Bot. 1884: 35-36. 
Ref.: Solms, Bot. Zeit. 43: 507-508. 7 Aug 1885. 

2754. Beitrdge zur A enntniss der europdischen ^oocecidien und der Verbreitung derselben. Breslau 
(Druck von Grass, Barth & Co. (W. Friedrich).) 1890. Oct. {Beitr. eur. ^oocecid.). 

Publ.: 1890 (t.p., however Bot. Zeit. 28 Aug 1891 ; Nat. Nov. Sep(2) 1891), p. [i]-224. Copy: 
M. - Reprinted from Erganzungsheft zum 68. Jahresbericht der Schlesischen Gesellschaft 
fiir vaterlandische Cultur, p. [49J-272. 1890. (coj^y journal publ.: M). 

2755. Selaginellarum species novae vel non satis cognitae. iv. Selaginellarum species novae in 
insula Borneo indigenae, . . . (Sonderdruck aus "Hedwigia" Band LI, erschienen am 15. 
Oktober 191 1). {Selagin. sp.).' 

Publ.: Preprint 15 Oct 191 1, p. 241-272; later pubHshed in Hedwigia 51: 241-272. 25 Jan 
191 2. Copy preprint: B (inf. P. Hiepko). - See ICBN Art. 30.2, example. 

Hiesey, William McKinley [until 5 Feb 1935: Heusi, W.M.] (1903-x), American exper- 
imental systematist and plant physiologist; with H. M. Hall, J. Clausen and D. D. Keck 
founder of the California school of multidisplinary plant systematics; employed by the 
Carnegie Institution, Stanford, in various capacities from 1926-1969; currently emeritus 
staff member. (Hiesey). 

HERBARIUM and types: ci and DS. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 169 (sub Heusi). 

Anon., Amer. men of science ed. 9. 2: 508. 1955; Who's who in science ed. i. 798. 1968; 

Who's who in the West ed. 13, p. 302. 1973. 
Ewan, J. et al.. Short hist. bot. U.S. 1 12. 1969. 
Hiesey, W. M., Private communication to authors 16 Dec 1977. 

194 



HILDEBRAND 

Higley, William Kerr (i860- 1908), American botanist, studied at the University of 
Michigan, later connected with the Chicago Academy of Sciences and editor of Birds and 

J^ature. (HigL). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY aiid BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 173; BL i : 175, 301 ; CSP 10: 227, 12: 333, 15: 

835; Rehder 5: 392. 

Anon., Trans. Wisconsin Acad. Sci. 16(2): 1340. 1910. 

Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 567. 1963. 

2756. The flora of Cook County, Illinois, and a part of Lake County, Indiana. Chicago 1891. 
Oct. (size). {Fl. Cook Co.). 

Co-author: Charles Salisbury Raddin (1863- 1930). 

Publ. : ]un-Dec 1891 (p. v: i Jun 1891), map. p. [i]-xxiii, [i]-i68. Copies: NY, US. - Bull. 
Chicago Acad. Sci. 2(1). 1891. 

Hiitonen, Henrik Ilmari Augustus (up till 1932 Hiden) (1898-x), Finnish botanist. 

[Hilt.). 

HERBARIUM and types: H. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BFM 1435; Bl 2: 59, 69, 70, 84, 85, 668; Bossert p. 175; 

Hortus 3: 1 195; Kew 2: 680; NAF ser. 2. 5: 242; Roon p. 52. 

Collander, R., Hist. bot. Finland 16, 20, 91. 1965. 

Collander, R. et al., Bibl. Bot. fenn. 1901-1950: 147-149 (Hiden), 150-152. 1973. 

Hamet-Ahti, Luonnon Tutkija 77: 117. 1973 (75th birthday, 28 Jul 1973, portr.). 

Lahdeyja, Luonnon Tutkija 72: 164-165. 1968 (id.). 

Roivainen, Luonnon Tutkija 62: 11 7- 11 8. 1958 (portr.). 

2757. Suomen kasvio 437 kuvaryhmaa (1695 kuvaa). Vanamon kirjoja n:o 32. Helsingissa 
[Helsinki] (Kustannusosakeyhtio Otava) s.d. [1933]. Oct. {Suom. kasvio). 

Publ.: 30 Nov 1933 (stock list publishing house; inf Isoviita),p. [i]-77i, map. Copies: G, H.- 

"Flora of Finland." 
Ref.: Linkola, K., Luonnon Ystava 38: 67-70. 1934. 

Cantell, S., Luonnon Ystava 38- 146-147. 1934. 

2758. Suomen putkilokasvit luettelo suomessa luonnonvaraisina, viUiytyneima ja yleisimmin 
viljettyina kasavavista putkilokasveista. Helsingissa [Helsinki] (Kustannusosakeyhtio 
otava) [1934]. Oct. [Suom. putkilok.). 

Publ.: Sep 1934 (personal comm. by author to P. Isoviita, 20 Dec 1977; first review 5 Oct 
1934), p. [i]-i6o. Copies: FAS, H. - Enumeratio plantarum vascularium Fennoscandiae orientalis 
(H's written subtitle in copy FAS), actually; "Vascular plants of Finland, list of the 
indigenous, naturaUzed, and most commonly cultivated vascular plants in Finland." 

Hildebrand, Friedrich Hermann Gustav (1835-19 15), German botanist; studied with 
Caspary and A. Braun, Dr. phil. Berlin 1858; to Bonn 1859 as Privatdocent; to Freiburg im 
Breisgau (1868- 1907) as successor to Julius Sachs. (Hildebr.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. Specimens of cultivated Oxalis at K. 

note: Not to be confused with the traveller and collector in Africa Johann Maria Hilde- 
brandt (i 847-1 881), see IH 2: 275. Friedrich Hildebrand's name is often erroneously spelled 
Hildebrandt. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: i73;BJI i : 27, 2: 76; BM 2: 843; Bossert p. 175; 
CSP 3: 349, 7:978-980, 10: 228, 12:333, i5:838;DeToni i : Ixiv; Frank 3 (Anh.) : 44; Hortus 
3: 1195; IH 2: 275; Jackson p. 559 [index]; Kew 2: 680-681; Langman p. 369; LS 12289- 
1 2291 ; Moebius p. 358, 359, 364; NAF 2( i ) : 7 1 ; PR 4053-4057, 10577 ; Rehder 5 : 392 ; SK 5 : 
cclxxxv; Stevenson p. 1245; Tucker i : 340; Zander ed. 10, p. 670. 

195 



HILDEBRAND 

Anon., Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 33(4): 163. 1915, 34(1): i. 1916; Bot. Not. 1916: 63. 

Bergdolt, E., Karl von Goebel ed. 2. 129. 1941. 

Correns, Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 34(4): (28)-(49). 191 7 (portr., bibl.). 

Ewan, J. et al., Short hist. bot. U.S. 62. 1969. 

Ohmann, Akad. Nachr. Univ. Freiburg ser. 2. 19, sem. no. 9, 8 Feb 1916 (fide Correns). 

Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 129-130,/)/. 28. 1903 (portr.). 

Wulff, E. v., Intr. hist. pi. geogr. 104, 114, 162. 1943. 

eponymy: Hildebrandiella Naumov 191 7. Note: Hildebrandtia Vatke ex A. Braun (1876) and 
Hildebrandtiella K.A.F.W. Mueller Hal. (1876) are dedicated tojohann Maria Hildebrandt 
(1847-188 1 ), German traveller and collector in East Afirica. 

2759. De caulibus begoniacearum, imprimis lis, qui vasorum fasciculis in parenchymate medul- 
lari dispersis sunt praediti. Dissertatio inauguralis quam consensu et auctoritate amplissimi 
philosophorum ordinis in alma litterarum universitate friderica guilelma ad summos in 
philosophia honores rite capessendos die xxx m. julii a. mdccclviii. h.l.q.s. publice defendet 
auctor Frider. Armin. Gust. Hildebrand pomeranus . . . Berolini [Berlin] (typis expressit 
Gustavus Schade) s.d. [1858]. Oct. [Caul, begoniac). 

Publ.: 30 Jul 1858, p. [i]-43. Copy: B (information P. Hiepko). 

2760. Anatomische Untersuchungen iiber die Stdmme der Begoniaceen . . . Berlin (Verlag von 
August Hirschwald, . . .) 1859. Qu. [Anat. Unters. Begoniac). 

Publ.: 1859, p. [i]-34,/)/. /-5(uncol. liths. by author). Copy: U. -Preceded by H's dissertation 

De caulibus Begoniacearum. Berlin 1858 (TL-2/2759). 

2761. Flora von Bonn . . . Bonn (Verlag von Max Cohen & Sohn) 1866. Oct. {Fl. Bonn). 
Publ: 1866 (Flora 28 Mai 1867; BSbF post 17 Mai 1867), p. [ij-xxxi, [i]-2o8. Copy: NY. - 

Reprinted (p.p.) fi-om Verb, naturh. Ver. preuss. Rheinland Westphalen 23: [i]-xviii, [i]- 
154. 1866. Copies: L, M, U. 

2762. Ueber die Geschlechtsverhdltnisse bei den Compositen . . . mit sechs Tafeln. Eingegangen bei 
der Akademie im December 1868. Dresden (Druck von E. Blochmann und Sohn) 1869. Qu. 
[Geschl.-Verh. Compos.). 

Publ.: 1869, p. [i]-i04, j&/. 1-6. Copy: G. - Preprinted fi"om Nova Acta Acad. Leopoldina 

35(4). 1870 (see also Z. ges. Naturw., Halle, 2: 349. 1870). 
Ref.: H.S., Bot. Zeit. 28: 486-487. 29 Jul 1870. 

2763. Die Lebensverhdltnisse der Oxalisarten, . . . mit 5 lithographischen Tafeln. Jena (Verlag 
von Gustav Fischer) 1884. Qu. [Lebensverh. Oxalis.). 

Publ: Mai 1884 (p. [i] : Apr 1884; Bot. Zeit. 30 Mai 1884; Nat. Nov. Jun(2) 1884), p. [i*], 
[i]-iv, [i]-i40, />/. 7-5 (uncol. hths. with text). Copy: USDA. 

2764. Die Gattung Cyclamen L. eine systematische und biologische Monographic . . . mit 6 
lithogr. Tafeln. Jena (Verlag von Gustav Fischer) 1898. Oct. [Cyclamen). 

Publ. :Feb 1898 (Nat. Nov. Feb(2) 1898; Bot. Zeit. "soeben" 16 Mar 1898, also 16 Apr 1898), 
p. [i-iii], [i]-igo, pi. 1-6 (uncol. Hths. author). Copies: M, MICH, MO, NY, USDA. 

Ref.: Solms, Bot. Zeit. 56(2): 166. 1898. 

Goebel, K. von, Flora 85: 153-154. 23 Apr 1898. 
Engler, A., Bot. Jahrb. 26(Lit.): 14. 1899. 

2765. Uber Ahnlichkeiten im Pflanzenreich eine morphologisch-biologische Betrachtung. Leip- 
zig (Wilhelm Engelman) 1902. Oct. [Ahnlichk. Pflanzenr.). 

Publ. :]un 1902 (Nat. Nov. Jul(i) 1902), p. [i]-iv, [i]-66. Copy: HBG. 

Hildt, Johann Adolph (x-1805), German botanist. (Hildt). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : BM 2 : 843 ; PR 4060 (ed. i : 4460) ;Rehder 5 : 392 ; Tucker i : 
340. 

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2766. Beschreibung in- und ausldndischer Holzarten zur technologischen Kenntniss und Waa- 
renkunde Charakteristik und Synonimik aller Kunst- Farbe- und Apothekerholzer . . . 
Weimar (im Verlage des Industrie-Comtoirs) 1798- 1799, 2 vols. Oct. [Beschr. Holzart.). 

r. 1798 (p. viii: i Mar 1798), p. [i]-xii, [i]-i64. 

2: 1799 (p. v: Apr 1799), p. [i]-viii, [i]-25i, [252, err.]. Copy: MO. 

Hill, [Sir] Arthur William (i 875-1941), British botanist; demonstrator (1899), later 
lecturer (1904) at Cambridge; D.Sc. Cantab. 1919; D.Sc. Adelaide 1927; assistant director 
of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 1907-1922; director 1922-1941; died in a riding 
accident. {A. W. Hill). 

HERBARIUM and types: K. - Diaries of travel also at K. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Backer p. 652; Barnhart 2: 174; BJI 2: 76; BL i : 54, 63, 301, 

2: 190, 668; Blunt p. 183, 187; BM 6: 464; Bossert p. 175; CSP 15:843, 18: 708; Desmond p. 

307; DNB 1941-50: 390-391 ; Hortus 3: 1195; IH 2: 275; Kew 2: 682-685; Langmanp. 370; 

Lenley p. 223; LS suppl. 1 1569; Moebius p. 146, 182; MW p. 178, suppl. p. 98; NI 2341, 

1433; NW p. 48; Plesch p. 261; TL-2/1290; Zander ed. 10, p. 670. 

Allan, Trans. R. Soc. New Zealand 72(1): xxxvi-xxxviii. 1942 (portr.). 

Anon., Bull. misc. Inf Kew 1941 : 236. 

Bergdolt, A. W., Karl von Goebel ed. 2. 139, 1941 (on possible sale of herb. Lamarck). 

Brooks, Obit. Not. Fellows Roy. Soc. 4: 87-100. 1942 (main biogr.; bibl., portr.). 

Burkill, I. H., Proc. Linn. Soc. London 154: 280-285. i943- 

D.P., J. Kew Guild 3: 471. 1919 (portr.). 

Hill, A. W., Bull. misc. Inf Kew 192 1 : 225-243 (account visit Cameroons, Nigeria). 

Merrill, E. D., Contr. U.S. nad. Herb. 30(1) : 151. 1947 (bibl. Pacific Isl.). 

Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 209, 565. 1963. 

Ramsbottom, J., J. Bot. 79: 208. 1941. 

Reiche, K., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Chile 33. 1907 (Veg. Erde 8). 

Turrill, W. B., Chron. bot. 7(3): 141-142. 1942. 

COMPOSITE works: (i) Contributed to Harvey et Sonder, Flora capensis (TL-2/2448) : 

Cytinaceae, 5, 1(3): 485-487. 16 Jan 1912. 

Gentianeae, 4, 1(6): 1 056-1 121. Feb 1909 (with D. Prain). 

Phytolaccaceae, 5, 1(3): 454-459. 16 Jan 1912. 

Podostemaceae, 5, 1(3): 482-484. 16 Jan 191 2. 

Santalaceae, 5, 2(1): 135-192. Apr 1915; 2(2): 193-212. Oct 1915. 

Suppl. 5, 2: [i]-vi, [i]-46. 28 Mar 1933. 

(2) Contributed to Oliver, Flora of tropical Africa (as editor): vol. 10(1), 21 Mai 1937 
(Gramineae by C. E. Hubbard). 

(3) Edited Hand-list of Herbaceous plants . . . Kew, ed. 3, 1925. 

(4) Edited Nash, J., Poisonous plants . . . 1927. 

(5) Edited Index kewensis, Suppl. 6-10] Hooker's Icones plantarum 1930-1941 ; Botanical Magazine 
1934-1941 ; Bull. misc. Inf. Kew (q.q., as Director of Kew). 

note: a modest, but historically interesting paper by Hill is: The flora of the Somme battlefield. 
Bull. misc. Inf Kew 191 7: 297-300, an interim report on the eff"ects of World War I on 
topography and vegetation. 

Hill, Ellsworth Jerome (1833-1917), American botanist; presbyterian clergyman in 
IlHnois (1863- 1 869); high school teacher at Kankakee, 111. (1870- 1874); ^t Chicago 1874- 
1888; from then on working almost entirely as a botanist. [E. J. Hill). 

HERBARIUM and types: ill (16.000); other material at DPU, F, ISC, NY, WTO. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 174; BL i: 188, 301; CSP 10: 231, 12: 334; 

Hortus 3: 1195 ("E.J. Hill"); IH 2: 275; Pennell p. 609; Rehder 5: 393; Zander ed. 10, p. 

670. 

Anon., Torreya 17(2): 32. 1917. 

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Chase, A., Rhodora 19: 61-69. iQi? (portr., bibl.). 
Coulter ["J.M.C."], Bot. Gaz. 64: 165-166. 191 7 (portr.). 
Hill and Chase, Bryologist 20(3): 39-41. 191 7 (bibl.). 
House, N.Y. State Mus. Bull. 328: 24. 1942. 
Rickett, H. W., Index Bull. Torrey bot. Club 47. 1955. 
Sargent, C. S., Silva N. Amer. 13: 99-100. 1902. 

COMPOSITE works: Flora, in S. A. Green, 77?^ natural history and the topography of Groton, 
Massachusetts 1: 1-26. 1912 (fide BL i: 188). 

handwriting: Rhodora 19: below portr. opp. p. 61. 

Hill, John ( 1 716-1775), British apothecary and naturalist; author of many compilations 
dealing with horticulture, botany or medicine. {J. Hill). 

HERBARIUM and types: a collection of British plants by Hill is in the British Herbarium of 
BM; some mss are at the Royal Society. 

name: Hill obtained the order of Vasa in 1774. It is on this ground that Hill assumed the 
prefix "Sir". According to the Gentleman's Magazine 1774: 282 "he was received at Court 
with the proper ensigns as Knight", which "affords evidence that the King - a stickler for 
etiquette - gave the necessary permission" (Druce 1926). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Ainsworthp. 20, 25, 31 1 ; Backer p. 267; Barnhart 2: i75;BB 

p. 148; Blunt p. 102, i52-i53;BM 2: 844-845 ;Bossert p. 175; Desmond p. 3o8;DNB26: 397- 

401 (bibl.);Dryander3: 282-283; Frank3(Anh.) : 44; GRp. 372, cat. p. 65; henrey i : 252, 2: 

59> 90-92, 94-95' 98, 99. 100, 102, 103, 105, 108-109,242,243-245,361,469,635,643,644,3: 

53-60, nos. 796-844 (important!) ; Hortus 3: 1195; HU 551, 557, 559, 598, 609, 679; Jackson 

p. 559 [index]; Kew 2: 686; Krempelh. 2: 29-31; Langman p. 370; LS 12298-12299; 

Moebius p. 43, 324, 345, 451; MW p. 178; NAF 28B(2): 334, ser. 2. 5: 242; NI 877-886; 

Pleschp. 261-265; PR 4061-4077 (ed. i : 4461-4488); Rehder 5: 393; RS p. 87; SO 8c, 437a, 

637a, 637d, 638a, 1870-74; TL-2/1647; Tucker i : 341 ; Zander ed. 10, p. 670. 

Anon., A short account of the life, writings and character of Sir John Hill. Edinburgh 1 779 
(n.v.). 

Barnhart, J. H., Bull. Torrey bot. Club 26: 376-280. 1899. 

Berkeley, E. and D., Dr. Alexander Garden 171, 196-197. 1969; Dr. John Mitchell 100, 124, 
216, 240, 248. 1974. 

Brotherston, Card. Chron. ser. 3. 58: 241. 191 5. 

Darhngton, W., Memorials 94, 195, 209, 212, 214, 267, 377, 401, 442. 1849. 

Druce, G. C, J. Bot. 47: 8-10. 1908 {Helleborine Hill v. Epipactis Adans.); The flora of 
Buckinghamshire Ixxvii-lxxxix, /?/. 2. 1926; Fl. Oxfordshire ed. 2. xci. 1927; Fl. Northamp- 
tonshire Ixxv-lxxxvi. 1930. 

Emery, Isis 34(1): 17-20. 1942 (on John Hill versus the Royal Society). 

Fries, Th. M., Brefoch Skrifv. Linne i (3) : 151, 255, 269. 1909, 1(5) : 34, 96, 186, 191 1, i (6) : 
197. 1912. 

Fussell, G. E., More old English farming books 28, 37-38. 1948 {on A complete body of husbandry 
and Eden) . 

Gerstner, P. A., in C. C. Gillispie, DSB 6: 400-401. 1972 (bibl.). 

Hall, H. C. v., Epistolae ined. C. Linnaei 139. 1830. 

Hill, T. G., in F. W. Oliver, Makers of British botany 84-107,/)/. 10. 1913 (portr.). 

Hulth,J. M., Brefoch Skrifv. Linne 2(1) : 102, 103, 1 13-1 15. 1916, 2(2) : 199, 200, 292. 1943. 

Jackson, B. D., J. Bot. 62: 361 ['353J. 1924. 

Jourdan, Diet. Sci. med., Biogr. med. 5: 190-195. 18 13 (bibl.). 

Kent, D. H., Hist. Fl. Middlesex 16-17. 1975. 

Kuntze, O., Rev. gen. pi. i: cxxx. 1891. 

Lisney, A bibliography of britisliLepidoptera 1608- 1799. London i960, p. 152-155. (portr.). 

Liitjeharms, W. J., Gesch. Mykol. 257 [index]. 1936. 

Milner, J. D., Cat. portr. Kew 61. 1906. 

Morris, Proc. R. Soc. Med. 53: 55-60. 1959 (n.v.). 

Nissen, Philobiblon 6(8): 303. 1933. 



HILL, J. 

Pearsall, W. H., Fl. Surrey 47. 1931. 
Pfeiffer, L., Bot. Zeit. 6: 833-834. 1848. 
Proskauer, J., Taxon 7: 123. 1958. 
Pulteney, R., Sketches 2: 293-294. 1790. 
Rothmaler, W., Repert. Sp. nov. 53(1): 30-36. 1944. 

Rousseau, G. S., Mama (J. Amer. med. Ass.) 212(1): 103-109. 1970 (portr.; announces a 
forthcoming biography, A literary quack of London : A life of Sir John Hill, not yet seen by us) . 
Smith, J. E., Selection corr. Linnaeus 2: 46. 182 1. 
Stafleu, F. A., Linnaeus and the Linnaeans 374 [index]. 1971. 
Stearn, W. T., Taxon 16: 494-498. 1967 (q.v. for further botanical Hterature). 
Trimen, H. and W. T. Thiselton-Dyer, Fl. Middlesex 391-392. 1869. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2) : 94. 1903. 
Wolley-Dod, A. H., Fl. Sussex xxxviii. 1970. 
Woodruff, The American Naturalist 60: 417-442. 1919. 
Wright, Janet, John Hill, herbalist extra-ordinary. Boston 1957. 

HANDWRITING :'Candollea 30: 393-394. i975- 

eponymy: Hillia Boehmer (1760) ; Hillia N. J. Jacquin (1760). Note: Hillena Vellozo 1825 is 
dedicated to Matthaeus Hiller (1646-1 725), German hotanist; Hillistrobus M. E.J. Chandler 
(1966) is dedicated to A.J. Hill, American engineering scientist. 

2767. A general natural history: or, new and accurate descriptions of the animals, vegetables, 
and minerals of the different parts of the world; with their virtues, and uses as far as hitherto 
certainly known, in medicine and mechanics: illustrated by a general review of the know- 
ledge of the ancients, and the improvements and discoveries of later ages in these studies. 
Including the history of the materia medica, pictoria, and tinctoria of the present and earlier 
ages. As also observations on the neglected properties of many valuable substances known at 
present; and attempts to discover the lost medicines, &c. of former ages, in a series of critical 
enquiries into the materia medica of the ancient Greeks. With a great number of figures, 
elegantly engraved. By John Hill, M.D. . . . London (printed for Thomas Osborne, . . .) 
[1748-] 1751 [-1752], 3 vols. Qu. (in twos). {Gener. nat. hist.). 

Vol. 2: [h.t.:] "A history of plants", 1751, p. [i]-xxvi, 1-642, [1-7, ind.], /^Z. 1-16 (uncol. 
copp.). Copies: LC, MICH, NY, PH(2), USDA. - See Henrey 809 for further copies; see 
Collins (Sotheby 345) for an analytical collation. (See also Junk. Catal. 206, no. 139. 
1977). {Hist.pl.). 

Second ed.: 1773. - See Kuntze (1891), Proskauer (1958) and Henrey no. 810. Only copies 
known at the Bibliotheque nationale, Paris and at the Library Company of Philadelphia. 
This edition differs in some respects from the original although the greater part of the book 
seems to consist of the old 1751 sheets, re-issued for the occasion. Proskauer and Kuntze 
enumerate the differences. The book as a whole must be regarded as an independent 
publication and has to be taken into account for purposes of botanical nomenclature (as 
far as the date is concerned). The copy at Philadelphia (analyzed by James Mears) is 
indeed almost identical with the 1751 issue. The copy lacks/?/. 10 but has an extra leaf p. 
643-644 and an additional plate, on Dionaea. Collation: p. [i]-xxvi, [i]-644, [1-7, ind. ],/;/. 
i-g, 11-16, I unnumbered [Dionaea). 

Ref.: Henrey 809-810; SA 2: 567; SO 345. 

Dandy, J. E., Index gen. names vase. pi. 14. 1967. 

2768. The useful family herbal. Or, an account of all those English plants, which are remark- 
able for their virtues: and of the drugs, which are produced by vegetables of other countries. 
With their descriptions, and their uses, as proved by experience. Illustrated with figures of 
the most useful English plants. With an introduction containing . . . The whole intended for 
the use of families, and for the instructions of those who are desirous of relieving the distressed 
sick. London (W.Johnston . . . and W. Owen) 1754. Oct [Useful fam. herbal.). 

Orig. ed.: 1754, p. [i]-vi, [i]-hv, [i]-404, pi. 1-8 (uncol. copp.). Copy: NY. - Published 

anonymously. 
Seconded, (reissue): 1755, p. [i]-vi, [i]-liv, ( i]-404,/)/. 1-8 (id.). Copies: MO, USDA. - "The 

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useful family herbal . . . distressed sick. By John Hill, M.D. . . . The second edition." 

London (id.) 1755. Oct. 
Third ed. (reissue) : 1770, identical with 1755 reissue, n.v., see Henry no. 825. 
New edition; 1789, p. [i]-xv, [xvi, binder], [i7]-40o,/'/. 1-8 (id.). Copies: NY, USDA. - "The 

useful family-herbal ... a new edition, corrected." London (printed for A. Miller, W. 

Law, and R. Cater) York (Wilson and Spence). 
Bungay edition ( i ) : " The family herbal . . . embellished with fifty-four coloured plates." Bungay 

(printed and published by C. Brightly, and T. Kinnersley), s.d., possibly 1810 (fide 

Henrey 827), p. [i]-viii, [i]-xl, pi. 1-2, [i]-'^y6,pl. i-jj (hand-col. copp.). Copy: HH. 
Bungay edition {2): ''The family herbal . . . embellished with fifty-four coloured plates." Bungay 

(printed and published by C. Brightly and Co. published also by T. Kinnersley) 181 2. 

Oct. (in fours), p. [i]-xl, [i]-376,/'/. 1-35,37-39, 4~'43^ 47'49^ P^us 6' unnumbered pi. Copy: 

NY. 
Re-issue of Bungay ed.: s.d. (between 1823-1843), p. [i]-xl, [i]-376,/)/. /, too unnumbered, 5-50, 

55. Copy: NY. - " The family herbal . . . embellished with upwards of two hundred coloured 

plants." London (George Virtue), Bungay (printed by J. R. and C. Childs). s.d. 
Other issue of Bungay edition: Bungay 1822 (Henrey 829) (n.v.) 

Hill describes a number of species under their English names and adds Latin names "under 
which they are found in every dictionary". These Latin names are sometimes unitary, 
sometimes binomials, trinomials, or polynomials. They must be regarded as not validly 
published. Binary nomenclature is not consistently applied (ICBN Art. 23); the unitary 
designations of species can not be taken as generic names. -- The number of issues of The family 
herbal is possibly greater than listed here. Our information is incomplete. However, in view of 
the relatively modest importance of these later issues we did not pursue our searches beyond 
what is reported above. See also Henrey. 
Ref.: DA 1967, p. 7; Henrey 824-831 ; HU 551. 

Willmott, A.J.,Bull. misc. Inf Kew 1935: 90 (proposal to treat names in the Fam. herb, as 
not validly publ.; proposal rejected at Amsterdam 1935). 

2769. The British herbal: an history of plants and trees, natives ofBritain, cultivated for use, or 
raised for beauty. London (Printed for T. Osborne and J. Shipton . . .) i756[-i757]. Fol. 
{Brit. herb.). 



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Upon completion the publishers started the issue of a "Royal impression of that elegant and 
useful work" (Henrey no. 799) on 29 Jan 1757. 

Pagination and pi. : front., p. [i-iv], [i]-533, [534-535, index],/?/, /-/j, handcoloured [or plain 
in other copies] copper engr. Copies: MICH, MO (col. pi.), U (plain), US (plain); IDC 

5225- 
The Linnaean system of binary nomenclature for species was not consistently followed 
(ICBN Art. 23). The book contains a number of pseudo-binomials. However, the generic 
names are designated as such and must be accepted for botanical nomenclature; for an 
extensive bibliographical study see HU ; for an appraisal of the botanical and nomenclatural 
■importance see Dandy (DA) and Stearn (1967). 
Ref.: DA 1967, p. 14; DU 128; Henrey 798-799; HU 557; RS p. 87; Sotheby 346. 

Barnhart, J. H., Bull. Torrey bot. Club 26: 379. 1899. 

Dandy, J. E., Index gen. names vase. pi. 14. 1967. 

Druce, G. C, Bot. Exch. CI. Brit. Isles, Rep. 3: 436-440. 1914. 

Wilmott, A. J., Bull. misc. Inf Kew 1835: 90 (proposal to declare names in Brit. herb, as 
not validly publ.; proposal rejected at Amsterdam 1935). 

Rothmaler, W., Rep. Sp. nov. 53: 31, 32. 1944. 

Stafleu, F. A., Taxon 10: 87. 1961. 

Stearn, W. T., Taxon 16: 494-498. 1967 (q.v. for a further discussion). 

2770. Eden: or, a complete body of gardening. Containing plain and familiar directions for 
raising the several useful products of a garden, fruits, roots and herbage; from the practice of 
the most successful gardeners, and the result of a long experience. Together with the culture 
of all kinds of flowers, according to the methods of the English, French, and Dutch florists. 
And the knowledge of curious plants, after the system of Linnaeus. With figures and 
descriptions of the flowers and plants proper for a garden. Including the care and culture of 
the pleasure-garden. The business of the seminary for every week in the year. Catalogues and 
accurate descriptions of the fruits as they come into season; and new and practical directions 
for the management of fruit-trees. With the fast methods of culture for the several articles of 
the kitchen-garden: and the compleat management of the ground for raising them, in the 
natural and artificial manner. Compiled and digested from the papers of the late celebrated 
Mr. Hale, by the authors of the compleat body of husbandry. And comprehending the art of 
constructing a garden for use and pleasure; the best methods of keeping it in order; and the 
most perfect accounts of its several products. London (T. Osborne, T. Trye, S. Crowder and 
Co. and H. Woodgate) [1756-] 1757. Fol. [Eden). 

Publ.: 28 Aug 1756-8 Nov 1757, frontisp., [i]-iv, [i], ii, [iii-iv], [i]-7i4,/)/. /-6b. Copies: MO 

(fo/?/.); IDC 7353. 

Issued in weekly parts (so indicated) , between August 1 765 (last week) and October 1757. 
According to the preface the book was issued so as to "accomodate the Publication to the 
season, that every week shall direct what is that week to be done." 

The book was "compiled and digested from the papers of the late celebrated Mr. Hale by 
the authors of the Compleat body of husbandry'' which here means evidently John Hill, who 
signed the dedication. Eden is a companion volume to A complete body of husbandry, London 
1756, Fol., issued in the same way in fascicles. "Thomas Hale" is possibly "a convenient 
invention" (HU 557). "The true authorship of these two books is now unlikely to be finally 
determined, but as the books remain to us that does not particularly matter. Hill no doubt 
was connected in some way with their preparation or claimed to be so, to the confusion of his 
contemporaries and his latter critics" (Fussell). 

"' Enlarged edition" : 1773, London (for the author), p. [ii], iv, ii, 714, [i], 714-716; portr. of 
author, front., 60 + 20 pi. (n.v., coUation Henrey no. 805). The 20 extra plates (numbered 
i-20z.nd6i-8o) are from Hill's Veg.syst. 12(1767) and 13(1768); also issued in Hill's Twenty 
five new plants (1773). 



HILL, J. 

Ref.: GF p. 59; Henrey nos. 776, 805; HU 599 (see also 557). 

Fussell, More old English farming books ... 1 731 to 1793, p. 37-38. 1948. 

2771. Exotic botany, illustrated in thirty-five figures of curious and elegant plants: explaining 
the sexual system, . . . London (the author) 1759. Fol. (Exot. bat.). 

Orig. ed.: Feb-Sep 1759 (p. iv: 18 Jan 1758; NZgS4 0ct 1759), p. [i]-iv,/?/. 7-55 with text, [i- 
2, ind.]. Copies: BM (see collation Henrey no. 806), NY. - Original drawings at Alnwick 
Castle (fide Desmond p. 308). 

Ed. 2: 1772 (p. iv: 25 Mai 1772), p. [i]-iv, [i], 1-35, [36, ind.], [i, binder],/?/. 7-55 (uncol. 
copper engr.) . Copies: M, MICH, USDA. - ''Exotic botany illustrated, thirty-five figures of 
elegant Chinese and American Shrubs and Plants, many of them new. Explaining the 
sexual system; and tending to give some new lights into the vegetable philosophy. The 
second edition. By John Hill, M.D. member of the imperial academy, &c. &c." London 
(printed for the author . . . ) 1772. Fol. 

Ref.: Henrey 806-807; RS p. 87; Sotheby 347. 
Kuntze, O., Rev. gen. i : cxxx. 1891. 

2772. The vegetable system. Or, a series of experiments, and observations tending to explain 
the internal structure, and the life of plants; their growth, and propagation . . . Including a 
new anatomy of plants . . . London (printed at the expence of the author . . .) 1759. Fol. 
[vols. 2-26] : The vegetable system. Or, the internal structure and the life of plants; their parts, 
and nourishment, explained; their classes, orders, genera, and species, ascertained, and 
described; in a method altogether new: comprehending an artificial index and a natural 
system. With figures of all the plants; designed and engraved by the author. The whole 
from nature only. London (printed for the author) 1761-1775, vols. 2-26. Fol. {Veg. syst.). 
Publ.: A complete copy of the editio princeps is at BM (Bloomsbury) (King's Library), 

described by Henrey. All other copies known have at least two volumes labelled "the 
second edition: corrected by the author; and with all the plates retouched and improved 
and usually, in addition, several volumes not so labelled but with later t.p. dates." The 
collations below are based on a copy at USDA except for those of vols. 1-2 of the editio 
princeps. In view of the very detailed and informative description by Henrey we refrain 
from repeating all the information on variations etc. encountered in other copies consulted 
by us. 

Vol. i,ed. 7: Aug 1759, p. [i]-iv, [i'\-i^o,pl. 1-21 (here and below the plates are hand-coloured 

copper engravings by the author) . 

Reissue: Oct-Dec 1761, as above. Copy: WAG. 

ed. 2: 1770 (RHS, 1773 USDA), portr., p. [i]-iv, [i]-i50,/?/. 7-27, [1-2, ind.]. 
Vol. 2, part I, ed. i: Oct i76i,p. [i-vi], [i]-i2i**, [1-5],/?/. 7-77, 77[bis]-p6', j?6"[bis]-56',56"[bis]- 

87. 

ed. 2: (with t.p.'s dated 1771 (USDA), 1775 or [without "second edition"] 1773) 1771, 
reissued 1773, 1775, p. [i-iii], [i]-5i, 51*, 51**, 51***, 53, 64, 65, 58, 57-60, 60**, 
61**, 61-70, 70**, 71**, 71-120, 121**, [i-iv, ind.], pi. as in ed. i. - "part i" often 
printed but deleted by hand; not present on USDA copy. 
Vol. 2, ed. i: 1761, p. [i], 121-172,/'/. 57[bis]-7j7. 

ed. 2 [not so designated]: 1772, p. [i], 121-172, [i-ii, ind.],/*/. id. Copies: USDA. 
Vol. ^, ed. i: 1762, p. [i], 1-49, ['i-3],pl- 1-46. 

ed. 2[idem]: 1772, p. [i], 1-49, [i-2],j&/. 1-46. 
Vol.j,ed. i: 1763, p. [i]-68, [i-2],/>/. 7-55. 

ed. 2 [idem]: 1772, p. [i]-36, 37-40 ["29-32"], 41-68, [1-2], pi. 1-53. 
Vol. 6, ed. 7: Jan-Aug 1764, p. [i], 1-64, [1-2], pi. 1-62. 

ed. 2 [idem]: 1772, p. [i], 1-64, [1-2], pi. 1-62. 
Vol. 7, ed. i: 1764, p. [i], 1-63, [1-3],/'/. 1-60. 

ed. 2 [idem]: 1772, p. [i], 1-63, [1-3], j^/. 1-60. 
Vol. 8, ed. r. 1765, p. [i], [i]-6o, [1-2], pi. 1-15. i5[h\s]-30, 32, 32[h[%\-52, 34-60. 

e(f.2[idem]: i773,p. [i], [i]-6o, [1-2],/?/. 7-75*, 1 3-30, 32, 32\h\i]-52, 54-36, ^yl'' 58''], 59-60. 
Vol. g, ed. i: 1765, p. [i], [i]-6o, [1-2], pi. 1-22, 23(24 comb., 25-32, 34-35, 35[hi?,y6o. 

ed. 2 [idem]: 1773, p. [i], [i]-6o, [1-2], pi. 1-22, 23(24 comb., 25-60. 



HILL, J. 

Vol. 10, ed. i: 1765, p. [i-iii], 1-44, 44[bis], [blank], 45-59, [1-2], pi. 1-44, 44[his]-^g. 

ed. 2 [idem]: 1772, p. [i-iii], 1-43, 43*, 43**, 43***, 44-59, [1-2],/^/. 1-44, ^^[bis]-^^. 
Vol. II, ed. i: 1767, p. [i-iv], [i]-6o, [1-2], pi. 1-60. 

ed. 2 [idem]: 1773, p. [i-iv], [i]-6o, [i-2],/>/. 1-60. 
Vol. 12, ed. r. 1767, p. [i], [i]-64, [1-3], j&/. 1-35, 35[hi%\-6o, i-io. 

ed. 2: 1773, p. [i], [i]-36, 35*, 36*, 37*, 38*, 37-64, [1-3], Z'^- 1-60, i-io. 

Both eds. : " With an appendix, containing the figures and history often new discovered plants'', (^p. 61- 

64 and/?/. I-IO, in some copies of ed. 2 numbered 61-70). 
Vol. 13, ed. i: 1768, p. [i], [i]-64, [1-3],/*/. 1-61, 11-20. 

ed. 2 [idem]: 1773, p. [i], [i]-64, [1-3],/'/. 1-61, 11-20. 

Both eds.: "With an appendix ..." (p. 62-64, pi. 11-20, in some copies of 1773 ed. 

numbered yi-80) . 
Vol. 14, ed. /: Jul 1769, p. [i], [i]-6o, [1-3],/?/. 1-60. 

ed.2[\dQm\: 1773, p. [i], [i]-5i, 51*, 52-60, [1-3],/)/. 1-60. 
Vol. /J, ed. /: Jul-Dec 1769, p. [i], [i]-6i, [1-3],/)/. 1-6 1. 

ed. 2 [idem]: 1773, p. [i], [i]-6i, [i-3],/'/. 1-61 (31 as "30"). 
Vol. 16, ed i: Aug 1770, p. [i], [i]-57, [i-3],/'/- 1-61. 

ed.2[idtm\: 1773, p. [i], [i]-30, 30*, 30**, 31-48, 48*, 49-57, [\-'^],pl. 1-61 (40 as "39", 
56 as "55"). 

(p. 56-57 and j&/. 57-61 constitute an appendix. In some copies of the 1 773 ed. these plates 

are numbered 21-25) ■ 
Vol. ly, ed. i: 1770 (publ. Apr 1771?), p. [i], [i]-6o, [1-2], pi. 1-60. 

ed. 2 [idem]: 1773, p. [i], [i]-6o, pi. 1-60, [1-2]. 
Vol. 18, ed i:ha.te i']ji,p. [i], [i]-6o, [1-2], pi. 1-60. 

ed. 2 [idem]: 1773, p. [i], [i]-6o. [1-2],/)/. 1-60. 
Vol. ig,edi: i77i(?),p. [i], [i]-6o, [1-2], pi. 1-60. 

ed. 2 [idem]: 1773, p. [i], [i]-6o, \\-2\,pl. 1-60. 
Vol. 20, ed i: 1772, p. [i], [i]-6o, [1-2], j&/. 1-60. 

ed. 2 [idem]: 1773, p. [i], [i]-6o, {1-2^, pi. 1-60. 
Vol. 21 ed. i: 1772, p. [i], [i]-6o, [1-2],/?/. 1-60. 

ed. 2: 1775 (so labelled) 
Vol. 22, ed. r. 1773, p. [i], [i]-2i, 22/23, 24-61, {i-2'\, pi. 1-21, 22I23 (comb.), 24-61. 

ed. 2: 1786. 
Vol. 23, ed r. 1773 (late), p. [i], [i]-6o, [1-2^, pi. 1-60. 

ed. 2: 1786. 
Vol. 24 (only one edition): 1774, p. [i], [i]-6o, [1-2], pi. 1-60. 
Vol. 25 (id.): 1774, p. [i], [i]-6o, [1-2],/)/. 1-60. 
Vol. 26 (id.): late 1775, p. [i], [i]-6o, [1-2], [i]-xxix, />/. 1-60. 

"... and a general index to all the volumes." 

Imprints: all volumes printed 1739-1270 (except vol. 17, ed. i) : "printed at the expence of the 

author", all those printed after 1771, incl. vols. 17 and /5of ed. i : "printed for the author in 

St. James's Street." 

Vols. 22-23, ed. 2, 1 786: "London, printed for the honourable Lady Hill, and to be had at 
her house in Curzon Street, May fair, and no where else." 
Appendices: The descriptions and plates published in the appendices to vols. 12, 13, and 16, 

with plates 1-23, were also published separately as " Tvuenty-five new plants, rais'd in the 

Royal garden at Kew" London 1773. 
Octavo edition: London (author), 6 vols. 1 761-1764, see Henrey no. 833 who describes the set 

at K. We have seen no other copy. 
"^ new edition. In 26 Volumes." London (Printed for the author, and sold by T. Baldwin; R. 

Jones; J. Ridley; and L. Davis.) 1824. Copy: MO. 

''The complete vegetable system; or the internal structure ..." [title as in vols. 2-26 of ed. 

princ. except for minor differences in punctuation] . This is almost certainly a reissue of the 

original sheets with new t.p.'s. 

/: [i]-iv, [i]-i50, /)/. 1-21, [1-2, index]. 

2: [i, iii], [i]-5i, 51**, 52, 52**-6o, 60**, 6o**[bis]-70, 70**, 71**, ji-121**, pi. 1-17, 

/7[bis]-26", 26"[bis]-56", 56"[bis]-(97, [1-5, index]. 
3: [i], 121-172, /)/. (S7[bis]-/57, [1-2, index]. 

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4: [i], 1-49, j&/. 1-46, [1-2, index]. 

5: [i], [i]-68, j&/. 1-53, [1-2, index], p. 37 as "29", 39 as "31". 

6: [i], 1-64., pi. 1-62, [1-2, index]. 

7: [i], 1-63, [64-66, index], />/. /-6b. 

[i], [i]-6o, /)/. 1-52,54-60, [1-2, index]. 

[i], [i]-6o,/)/. 1-22, 23J24, 25-60, [1-2, index], (no. 35[bis]). 
10: [i], [i]-43, 43*, 43**, 43***: U-59,pl- i-44, ^^[bis], 45-59, [1-2, index]. 
//: [i-iv], 1-60, pi. 1-60, [1-2, index]. 

^2: [i], [i]-38, 35*, 36*, 37*^38*, 39-64>/'^- ^-J5,55[bis]-70, [i-3> index]. 
^3- [i]> [i]-64, [65-66], j&/. /-6"o, ii{7i)-2o{8o). 
'4'- [i], [i]-5i= 5i*> 52-60, [61-63],/)/. ■f-6'o. 
75: [i], [i]-6i, [62-64],/)/. /-6-/. 

/6-: [i], [i]-30, 30*, 31-48, 48*, 49-57, [59-60],/)/. i-56,57{2i)-6i{25). 
ly: [i], [i]-6o, /)/. /-fo, [1-2, index]. 
18: [i], [i]-6o, /)/. 1-60, [1-2, index]. 
75: [i], [i]-6o, /)/. /-fo, [1-2, index]. 
20: [i], [i]-6o, /)/. /-fo, [1-2, index]. 
21: [i], [i]-6o, /»/. 7-50, [1-2, index]. 

22: [i], [i]-2i, 22/23, 24-61,/)/. 7-27, 27/2J, 2^-6"7, [i-2, index], [p. 46 as "34"]. 
23: [i], [i]-6o, /)/. /-fo, [1-2, index]. 
24: [i], [i]-6o, /)/. 7-6"o, [1-2, index]. 
25: [i], [i]-6o, /)/. 1-60, [1-2, index]. 
26": [i], [i]-6o,/)/. 7-50, [1-2, index], [i]-xxix. 

'^ Orchides and plants ally'' d to them" 1774) publ. separately, from 24: 24-47, mentioned by Diet. 

Catal. Libr. Mass. Hort. Soc. p. 233. 
Ref.: DA 1967, p. 14; GF p. 59; Henrey 832; RS p. 87; SA i : 132; Sotheby 348 (collation); 
IDC 5953. 

Sherborn, J. Soc. Bibl. nat. Hist, i : 141. 1938. 

Dandy, J. E., Index gen. names vase. pi. 14. 1967. 

2773. Flora britanica [sic] : sive, synopsis methodica stirpium britanicarum. Sistens, arbores 
et herbas, indigenas et in agris cultas in classes et ordines, genera et species redactas 
secundum systema sexuale: additis nonnullis noviter detectis. Cum classium, ordinum, et 
generum characteristicis, specierum descriptionibus, et virium epitome. Tabulis aeneis 
illustrata. Post tertiam editionem synopseos Raianae, opere Dillenii concinnatam, nunc 
primum ad celeberrimi Caroli Linnaei methodum disposita. Auctore Johanne Hill, M.D. 
Societatis regiae Burdigalensis &C. Soc. Londini (Impensis Jacobi Waugh, . . .) 1760. [Fl. 
brit.). 

Publ.: 1760, p. [i]-672,/)/. 7-77, 13-24. Copy: USDA. 

Ref.: PR ed. i : 4475 ("est synopsis Raji ad methodum Linnaeanam redacta"). 

Willmott, A. J., Bull. misc. Inf. Kew 1935: 90 (proposal to declare names in F/. brit. as not 
validly published; proposal rejected at Amsterdam 1935). 

2774. Hortus kewensis. Sistens herbas exoticas, indigenasque rariores, in area botanica, 
hortorum augustissimae principissae Cambriae dotissae, apud Kew, in comitatu Surreiano, 
cultas; methodo florali nova dispositas . . . Londini (Prostant apud Ricardum Baldwin . . . 
et Johannem Ridley. . .) 1768. Oct. {Hort. kew.). 

Ed. i: 1768 (earliest rev. Monthly Rev. Sep 1769), p. [i, iii, v], table, [i]-458, [1-18, index], 
pi. 1-20, uncol. copper engr. Copies: G, MO, US, USDA. ~ The plates are engravings of 
drawings by Hill, hand-coloured in some copies. The species are designated by binary 
names. - It is possible that the book was published in parts. Sheets L* and M* (p. 172(1)- 
172(24)) must have been printed out of order but before the index. 

Ed. 2: "Edition secunda aucta; figuris aeneis viginti illustrata" London (id.) 1769, p. [i, iii, 
v], table, [i]-458, [i-i8,index],/)/. 7-20 (lA.). Copies: G, M, MO, NY. -Not really "aucta" 
but a re-issue. 

Ref.: Henrey 812-813, HU 598. 

PfeifTer, Bot. Zeit. 6: 833-834. 1848. 

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2775. A decade of curious and elegant trees and plants: drawn after specimens received from the 
East-Indies and America in the year 1772; and accurately engraved : with their history and 
characters, in Enghsh and Latin . . . London (author) 1773. Fol. {Dec. cur. pi.) . 

Publ.: 1773, p. [i], [i]-20, [i, index], 10 handcoloured engraved /)/ato by John Hill. Copy: 
NY. 

Italian translation: Decade di alberi curiosi ed eleganti piante delle Indie orientali, e dell' 
America ultimamente fatte gia' note dal celebre sig. dottore Giovanni Hill. Dall idioma 
inglese, ridotta all' Itahana Favella, col lasciare intatta la descrizione Latina, e corredata 
di alquante note. Roma (nella stamperia Salomoni) 1786 Qu. (p. iv: 30 Aug 1786) p. [i- 
viii], [i]-3i, [32, impr. ],/)/. /-/ohand-colouredcopperengr. after drawings by P. MarjoU. 
Copies: G, MICH, MO, NY. 

2776. Herbarium britannicum exhibens plantas Britaniae indigenas secundum methodum 
floralem novam digestas. Cum historia, descriptione, characteribus specificis, viribus, et usis. 
Tabulis aeneis illustratum . . . Londini (Sumptibus auctoris. Prostant apud Baldwin, Rid- 
ley, Nourse, Becket, Davies, Cambell, Elmsly, BibHopolas.) 1 769-1 770, 2 vols. Oct. [Herb, 
brit.). 

Vol. i: 1769, p. [i], chart, [i]-i '^6, pi. i-gs. 

Vol.2:]\i\ 1770 (fide Monthly Rev. 43: 245-246. Sep 1770), p. [i], 137-296, [i-io, index, 10], 
Pl- 93-195- 

Copies : G, MO, USDA. - The plates are uncoloured copper engravings after drawings by the 
author. Some copies of vol. i have extra p. 96*-99* ; additional plates with duphcate nos. 
30, 66, 89, 117, 1 70 occur. 

2777. Horti malabanci pars prima, . . . nuncprimum classium, generum, etspecierum charac- 
teres Linnaeanas; synonyma authorum, atque observationes addidit; et indice Linnaeano 
adauxit J. Hill . . . London (Sumptibus auctoris) 1774. Qu. [Hort. malab.). 

Publ.: 1774 (before Sep) (Monthly Review 51 : 244), p. [i-iii], [i]-iio, [1-4, ind. ],/?/. 7-57 (^5 
as ''46") (uncol. copp. engr.). Copy: NY. ~ This is the first part of the London edition of 
Rheede's Hortus indicus malabaricus, q.v. 

Hillebrand, Wilhelm (i 821- 1886), German physician, botanist, and traveller who lived 
for twenty years in the Hawaiian Islands (1851-1871). [Hillebr.]. 

HERBARIUM and types: B (the ferns and some other material preserved) ; duplicates BISH, 
BM, C, CU, FI, G, GH, K, MANCH, MEL, MO, US, W, WRSL; (in part distributed as 

Reliquae Hillebrandianae) . 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 177; BLi: no, 301 ; BM 2: 845; Bossertp. 175; 

CSP 15: 850; Hortus 3: ii95;HR; IF p. 703; IH2: 276;Lenleyp. 223; MWp. i78;Rehder 

5- 393; SK i: XXV, 232, 5: cclxxxv; Tucker i: 341; Urban-Berl. p. 265, 302, 320, 357. 

Allen, Science 74: 60-62. 1931 (on H's son, W.F.H., with notes on W.H.). 

Anon., Bot. Zeit. 44: 542-543. 1886; Bot. Jahrb. 14 (Beibl. 32): 29-30. 1891 (herb.). 

Brewer, W. H., in S. Watson, Bot. Calif 2: 558. 1880 (Calif coll.). 

Degener, O., Hawaii Weekly 18 Nov 1951, p. 3 (portr.) ; Asa Gray Bull. ser. 2. 3: 193-198. 

1957 (portr.). 
Ewan, J. et al.. Short hist. bot. U.S. 10, 144. 1969. 
Gray, A., Amer. J. Sci. ser. 3. 33: 164-165. 1887. 

Hillebrand, W. F., in W. Hillebrand, Fl. Haw. Isl. vii-xii. 1888 (facs. ed. 1965). 
MacCaughey, Haw. Forester Agric. 16(2): 49-50. 1919. 
Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Card. 19(3) : 338-339. 1975- 
Stafleu, F. A., Taxon 15: 328. 1966. 
St. John, H., Chron. bot. 7(2): 69-70. Mar 1942 (on a letter by H. to A. Gray). 

eponymy: Hillebrandia D. Oliver (1866). 

2778. Flora of the Hawaiian Islands: a description of their phanerogams and vascular cryp- 
togams by WilHam Hillebrand, M.D. Annotated and published after the author's death by 

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W. F. Hillebrand. London (Williams & Norgate), New York (B. Westermann & Co.), 

Heidelberg (Carl Winter) 1888. Oct. {Fl. Hawaiian hi.). 

Editor: William Francis Hillebrand (1853- 1925), chemist (see Biogr. Mem. Natl. Acad. Sci. 

12:43-70). 
Publ: Mar 1888 (Bot. Zeit. 30 Mar 1888; Bot. Jahrb. 27 Mar 1888; J. Bot. rev. Apr 1888; 

Nat. Nov. Apr 1888), frontisp., p. [i]-xcvi, [i]-673, 4 maps. Copies: R. S. Cowan, G, 

MICH, MO, NY, U, US, USDA. - In a letter to Asa Gray (GH) Hillebrand recalls that 

he started work on the Flora during the winter of 1871-72 at Cambridge, Mass., with 

Gray's assistance (St. John 1942). 
Facsimile ed. : New York and London (Hafner Publishing Company) 1965, (half-title added; 

new t.p. and p. [ii]). Copies: FAS, NY. 
Supplementary publ. : Heller, A. A., Obs. ferns flow. pi. Haw. Isl., Minn. bot. Stud, i : 760-922, 

pi. 42-6g. 1897 (Bull. Geol. Nat. Hist. Surv. Minn., Bot. ser. 2. 9). 
Ref.: Anon., Bot. Gaz. 13: 166-167. Jun 1888. 

Britten, J., J. Bot. 26: 122-124. 1888. 

Drude, G. C, Bot. Zeit. 46: 640-643. 5 Oct 1888. 

Hillhouse, William (1850- 19 10), British botanist; curator at Cambridge 1878- 1882; 
professor of botany at Birmingham 1882-1909. {Hillh.). 

HERBARIUM and types: BIRM; further material at CGE. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 177; BB p. 148; BM 2: 846; CSP 10: 233, 12: 

334, 15: 852; Desmond p. 309; IH 2: 276; Jackson p. 248; Kew 2: 688; Rehder 5: 393; SO 

2873; Tucker i : 341. 

Anon., Card. Chron. 1910: 106; Nature 82: 405. 19 10. 

Dony, J. G., Fl. Bedfordshire 25-26. 1953. 

Hillhouse, W., Botanical Division of Bedfordshire, 1876, see BM 2: 846. 

Moss, Bot. Exch. Club Br. Isl. Rep. 2: 534. 19 10. 

Thompson, Card. Chron. 1910(1): 106 (see also p. 96). 

West, Proc. Linn. Soc. London 122: 91-92. 1910; J. Bot. 48: 105-106. 1910. 

COMPOSITE works: (i) Strasburger, E. and Hillhouse, W., Handbook of practical botany , London 
1887 (transl. of Das botanische Practicum, ed. i, 1884). 
(2) The Midland Naturalist, vols. 10-16, editor. 

Hilltnann, Johannes (i 881 -1943), German lichenologist, high school teacher at Berlin. 

{Hillm.). 

herbarium and types: B; other material in herb. Grummann. Hillmann's main herbarium 
■left to B, was kept in Buckow outside Berlin but even so destroyed by fire in 1945. 

bibliography and biography: Barnhart 2: 177; Bossert p. 176; GRp. 20, pi. [14], cat. p. 65; 

LS suppl. 11575-1 1585; MW p. 178, suppl. p. 98; SBC p. 122 ("Hillm."). 

Grumann, V., in Hillmann, J. und V. Grummann, Flechten, Berlin 1957, p. vii-viii (Krypto- 

gamenfl. Brandenburg vol. 8). 
Hiepko, P., Willdenowia 8(2): 392, 399. 1878. 
Mattick, F., Willdenowia i: 176-180. 1954 (portr.). 

composite works: (i) Rabenhorst, Kryptogamen-Flora, ed. 2, Teloschistaceae, 9(6), Lief i, p. 
[i]-36. 1935; Parmeliaceae, 9(5.3), Lief. 1-2, p. [ii-iv], [i]-309, />/. 1-2, [i-io, ind.]. 1936. 
(2) Kryptogamen-Flora der Mark Brandenburg, vol. 8, Flechten, 955 p., 1913 (printed, but stock 
destroyed shortly after printing; ultimate pubhcation by Hillmann und Grummann, Berlin- 
Nikolassee (Gebriider Borntraeger) 1957, p. [i]-[x], [i]-898. Copy: U. 

Hilpert, Friedrich Wilhelm (1907-x), German botanist; pupil of Herzog; educated at 
Miinchen (1929- 1930) and Jena (1930- 1933). {Hilp.). 

herbarium and types: Made no herbarium; worked mainly on the Herzog herbarium (now 
at JE) (inf R. Grolle). 

206 



BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 177; MW p. 178; SBC p. 122 ("Hilp."). 

2779. Studien zur Systematik der Trichostomaceen. Inaugural-Dissertation zur Erlangung der 
Doktorwurde einer Hohen Mathemat.-Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultat der Thuringi- 
schen Landesuniversitat zu Jena vorgelegt von Friedrich Hilpert aus Hildburghausen. 
Dresden (C. Heinrich) 1933. Oct. [Stud. Trichostom.). 

Piibl.: 1932, after 27 Jul (date oral exam.), p. [i, iii], [585]-7o6, [i, vita]. Copy: FH. -Also 
published as Beih. Bot. Centralbl. 50, Abth. 2, Heft 3, 1933 (rd. at U 13 Oct 1933). 

Hlmmelbaur, Wolfgang (1886- 1937), Austrian botanist, pharmacognocist and phyto- 
pathologist; pupil of R. v. Wettstein; Dr. phil. Wien 1909; in various functions at the 
Landwirtschaftslich-chemische Bundes-Versuchsanstalt; from 19 14 privatdocent, from 
1934 professor of applied botany at the University of Vienna. {Himmelb.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 178; Klastersky p. 91 ; Tucker i : 342, 776. 
Janchen, E., Richard Wettstein 184-185, 1933; Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 55: (209)-(2i9). 1937 

(portr., bibl.). 
Verdoorn, F., Chron. bot. 4(1): 76. 1938. 

Himpel, J. Stephan [fl. 1891), German high school teacher and botanist. [Himp.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BFM 529; BL 2: 120, 183, 668; Kew 2: 690; Rehder 5: 393. 

2780. Excursions-Flora fiir Lothringen bearbeitet von J. St. Himpel, ordent. Lehrer am Pro- 
gymnasium zu Pfalzburg. Metz (Verlag von Gebriider Even) 1888. Oct. {Excurs.-Fl. 
Lothringen) . 

PubL: Jul-Aug 1888 (Nat. Nov.(i) 1888; Bot. Zeit. 31 Aug 1888), p. [i]-vi, [vii-viii], [i]-222. 
Copy: HH. - Himpel's three German floras on the Elsass (Alsace) and Lothringen reflect 
the incorporation of those areas with mixed culture in the German state between 1 87 1 and 
1 91 8. Pfalzburg is now Phalsbourg. 

2781. Flora von Elsass-Lothringen. Analytische Tabellen zum leichten und sicheren Be- 
stimmen der in Elsass-Lothringen einheimischen und haufiger kultivierten Gefasspflanzen, 
namentlich zum Gebrauch auf Excursionen. Von J. St. Himpel. Metz (Verlag der 
Deutschen Buchhandlung (Georg Lang)) 1891. Oct. {Fl. Elsass-Lothringen). 

Ed. i: 1 89 1 (Bot. Zeit. 29 Dec 1891 ; Nat. Nov. Nov(i) 1891), p. [i-iv], [i 1-325. Copies: BR, 

HH. 
Ed. 2: 1902 (Bot. Zeit. i Dec 1902; Nat. Nov. Oct(i) 1902; the date i Nov 1901 is mentioned 

in the preface), p. [i]-327. Copies: B, G, HH. - "Flora . . . von Oberlehrer J. St. Himpel. 

Zweite Auflage." Strassburg i.E. (Verlag von Friedrich Bull.) s.d. Oct. 

2782. Die Flora der Umgebung von Metz. Von J. St. Himpel, Oberlehrer. Metz (Verlag von G. 
Scriba) 1898. Oct. {Fl. Metz). 

PubL: Oct 1898 (p. iv: Jul 1898; Nat. Nov. Nov(i) 1898), p. [i]-iv, [i]-96. Copy: HH. 
Other issue: 1898, p. [i]-iv, [i]-96, Copy: G. - ''Die Flora . . . Oberlehrer. Beilage zum 
Jahresbericht der Oberrealschule zu Metz ftir das Schuljahr 1897/98 . . . No. 551." Metz 
(Buchdruckerei Paul Even) 1898. Oct. 

Hind, William Marsden (181 5-1 894), British botanist and clergyman; ultimately rector 
of Honington, Suffolk. {Hind). 

HERBARIUM and types: TCD (British herbarium, donated 1870); other material at AK, C, 
CGE and IPS (3000, Suffolk plants). 
Ref.: Kent, D. H., Brit. herb. 60. 1957. 
Seemann, B., J. Bot. 8: 272. 1870. 

207 



BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 178; BBp. 149; BM 2: 847; BL 2: 234, 257, 266, 

668; CSP 3: 358, 7: 984, 15: 855; Desmond p. 310; IH 2: 276; Jackson p. 253; Kew 2: 690; 

Rehders: 393. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1895: 38. 

Britten, J., J. Bot. 32: 320, 352. 1894. 

Davey, F. H., Fl. Cornwall Ivi. 1909. 

Kent, D. H., Hist. Fl. Middlesex 22. 1975. 

Praeger, R. L., Proc. R. Irish Acad. 7: cxxiv. 1901 ; Some Irish naturalists 103. 1949. 

COMPOSITE works: The flora of Harrow: by J. Cosmo Melvill, ... a new and enlarged edition 
revised and edited by the Rev. W. M. Hind, . . . London, Harrow 1876, [i]-viii, [i]-i76 p.; 
see under Melvill. 

2783. The flora of Suffolk; a topographical enumeration of the plants of the county, showing 

the results of former observations and of the most recent researches by W. M. Hind, . . . 

assisted by the late Churchill Babington, . . . with an introductory chapter of the geology, 

climate and meteorology of Suffolk by Wheelton Hind . . . London (Gurney and Jackson) 

1S89. Oct. (in fours). {Fl. Suffolk). 

Co-authors: Churchill Babington ( 182 1- 1889); Wheelton Hind (1859- 1920), son of W. M. 

Hind. 

Publ. : Aug-Sep (-Nov?) 1889 (Nat. Nov. Oct 1889, p. v: Jul 1889; however: J. Bot. Dec 1889, 

Bot. Zeit. 28 Feb 1890), map, p. [i*], [i]-xxxiv, [i]-5o8. Copies: G, HH, MO, NY. 
Ref.: BL 2: 266 (q.v. for details on follow-up). 

Britten, J., J. Bot. 28: 92-94. Mar 1890. 

Hinds, Richard Brinsley (181 2-1847), British naval surgeon; attached as surgeon natu- 
ralist to HMS Sulphur (1836- 1842). [Hinds). 

HERBARIUM and types: BM (originals of Sulphur voyage) ; further material at CGE, K, LE 
and W. Letters at K; mss. diary at BM. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 2(i) : 772; Barnhart 2: 178; BB p. 149; BM 2: 847; Bret. 

p. 363-365; CSP 3: 358-359; Desmond p. 311 ("c. 1812-c. 1847") ; IH 2: 2 76; Jackson p. 222; 

Kew 2: 690; Langman p. 370; lasegue p. 329, 386; ME 3: 437; MW p. 178; NI (alph.) ; PR 

4083 (ed. 1 : 4501) ; Rehder 5: 394; SK i : 232-233, 8: xliv; TL-2/425; Tucker i : 342. 

Alden and Ifft, Occ. papers Calif Acad. Sci. 20: 46. 1943. 

Belcher, E., Narr. voy. world H.M.S. Sulphur, Louden 1843 (2 vols.) (see 2: 325-460). 

Bentham, G., m W.J. Hooker, London J. Bot. 1:669-676. 1842,2:211-240. 1843 (on plants 
collected by Hinds in the Pacific); Fl. Hongk. 8*. 1861. 

Brewer, W. H., in S. Watson, Bot. Calif 2: 555. 1880. 

Ewan, J., in Century progr. nat. sci. 52. 1955. 

Ewan, J. et al., Short hist. bot. U.S. 1 16. 1969. 

Hemsley, W. B., Biol. Centr. Amer. 4: 128. 1887. 

Hinds, R. B., Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. 15: 12. 1845; Amer. J. Sci. ser. 2. i : 132. 1846 (estimated 
total number of species of plants: 134.000); HawaiianJ. Hist. 2: 102-135. 1968 ("Sand- 
wich Islands" from unpubl. Sulphur diary; fide Desmond). 

Huxley, L., Life letters J. D. Hooker i : 438. 1918. 

McKelvey, S. D., Bot. Expl. Trans. -Mississippi West 636-658. 1955. 

McVaugh, R., Contr. Univ. Michigan Herb. 9: 245-246. 1972. 

Thomas, J. H., Contr. Dudley Herb. 5(6): 156-157. 1961. 

COMPOSITE works: Edited The botany of the voyage of H. M. S. Sulphur, 1844 [-1846], see TL- 
2/425 (additional ref.: A. Gray, Amer. J. Sci. 47(1): 202-204. Jul 1844). 

eponymy: Hindsia Bentham ex J. Lindley (1844). 

Hinterhuber, Julius (18 10- 1880), Austrian botanist and pharmacist, brother of Rudolf 
Hinterhuber. (J. Hinterh.). 

HERBARIUM and types: See under Rudolf Hinterhuber. 

208 



HIPOLITO 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY :Barnhart 2: 179; BFM 844; BM 2:847; CSP3: 360, 12: 335; 

DTS I : II 7- 1 18; Jackson p. 269; Kew 2: 691; Rehder i : 440. 

Anon., Bot. Zeit. 38: 438. 1880. 

Kanitz, A., Magy. Noven. Lap. 4: 78. 1880. 

eponymy: The etymology of Hinterhubera C. H. Schultz-Bip. ex Weddell (1857) could not be 
established. 

Hinterhuber, Rudolph (1802- 1892), Austrian botanist and pharmacist at Bolzano and 
Mondsee, brother of Julius Hinterhuber. [R. Hinterh.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Plants ofGeorg Hinterhuber (i 768-1850, father of the above) are at 
BR, OXF, P, W and WAG. A mss Flora der Umgebung von Bozen, 1836, is at IBF. Saccardo 
states that Rudolph H's herbarium is at the "museo francisco-carolino di Linza D." (now at 
LI?). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : 179; BM 2 : 847 ; CSP 3 : 360 ; DTS i : 1 1 7- 1 1 8, 
6(4) : 18; Jackson p. 269; Kew 2: 691 ; PR 4084; Rehder i : 440; Saccardo i : 89, 2: 58. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1893: 39. 
Hausmann, F., Flora von Tirol 3: 1 180. 1854. 

2784. Prodromus einer Flora des Kronlandes Salzburg und dessen angranzenden Landertheilen, 
als Berchtesgaden, des k.k. Salzkammergutes nebst Mondsee, eines kleinen Theils des 
nordlichen Tirol mit Inbegriff des gesammten Zillerthales, von Heiligenblut (im angranzen- 
den Karnthen) nebst der in botanischer Beziehung so interessanten, bei Lienz im Pusterthale 
liegenden "Kirschbaumer-Alpe", mit besonderer Uebersicht der Spezialfloren der einzelnen 
Gauen, entworfen von Rudolph Hinterhuber, . . . und Julius Hinterhuber . . . Salzburg 
(Druck der Oberer'schen Buchdruckerei) 1851. Oct {Prodr. Fl. Salzburg). 

Co-author: ]u\ius Hinterhuber (1810-1880). 

Ed. 1:21 Apr-31 Mai 1851 (p.ix: 21 Apr 1 85 1 ; rd. by Flora Apr-Mai i85i),p. [i]-ix, [i]-4i4. 
Copies: G, NY. 

Ed. 2: "Zweite, ganzlich umgearbeitete Auflage." Salzburg (Heinrich Dieter) 1879. Oct. 
Pm6/. : Apr-Jun 1879 (Nat. Nov.Jun 1879; Flora u Jun 1879), p. [i-i^Jj [iJ-S'S- Copies:^, 
G. -^Mjf/zor.^: Julius Hinterhuber (1810-1880) and Franz Pichlmayr (b. 1879). ''Prodromus 
einer Flora des Herzogthumes Salzburg und der angrenzenden Landertheile als: des k.k. 
Salzkammergutes neben Mondsee, von HeiHgenblut in Karnthen nebst der in botani- 
scher Beziehung so interessanten Kirschbaumer Alpe im Pustertale, eines kleinen Theiles 
des Nordlichen Tirol mit dem gesammten Zillerthale und des siidostlichen Baiern bis 
Waging und Chiemsee. Mit besonderer Uebersicht der Specialflora der einzelnen Gaue." 
"DieAngaben . . . sind . . . theilweise . . . anscheinend ganzKch ausder Luft gegriffen." 
(DTS). 

E'ff. J : "NeueAusgabe." Salzburg (Verlag von Heinrich Dieter) 1.899. Oct. A<6/. : 1899, p. [i- 
ii], [i]-3i3. Copy: B. -''Flora des Herzogthumes Salzburg und der angrenzenden Landertheile. 
Zusammengestellt von Juhus Hinterhuber, . . . und Franz Pichlmayr, . . . Der zweiten, 
ganzlich umgearbeiteten Auflage neue Ausgabe." {Fl. Salzburg). 

Ref.: Anon., Flora 34: 271-272. 7 Mai 1851, 336. 7 Jun 1851. 

Hipolito Unanue, Jose (1755/8- 1833), Spanish-Peruvian botanist and physician. {Un- 

anue). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

note: Correctly to be listed under Unanue, J. H., q.v. 

2785. Disertacion sobre el aspecto, cultivo, comercio y virtudes de la famosa planta del Peru 
nombrada Coca, publicada en el Mercurio peruano num. 372, y dedicada al excmo. senor 
conde de la Union por el doct. d. Joseph Hipohto Unanue, . . . Impresa en Lima, en la 
Imprenta Real de los Ninos expositos ano de 1794. Qu. {Disert. Coca). 

Publ.: 1794, p. [i-viii], [i]-45, / uncol. unsigned copper engr. Copy: WU. 

209 



HIPPE 

Hippe, Ernst {Ji. 1878), German botanist at Konigstein a.d. Elbe. {Hippe). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Jackson p. 310; Maiwald p. 238. 

2786. Verzeichniss der wildwachsenden, sowie der allgemeiner cultivirten Phanerogamen und 
kryptogamischen Gefasspflanzen der Sdchsischen Schweiz und deren nachster Umgebung mit 
den Standorten derselben nach eigenen, in den Jahren 1844 bis 1878 gemachten Be- 
obachtungen bearbeitet und im Selbstverlage herausgegeben von Ernst Hippe. Pirna (In 
Commission bei C. Diller & Sohn) 1878. Oct. [Verz. Phan. Sachs. Schweiz). 

Piibl.: Oct-Dec 1878 (p. viii: i Oct 1878; Nat. Nov. Jan(i) 1879), frontisp., p. [i]-viii, [i]- 
177. Copy: B. 

Hiratsuka, Naohide (1903-x), Japanese botanist, studied at Hokkaido University, 
professor botany and phytopathology at Tottori Agricultural College (1929), later at the 
Faculty of agriculture, Tokyo University of Education. [Hiratsuka). 

HERBARIUM and types: Main collections at the Laboratory of Phytopathology of Tokyo 
University. Further material at MICH, PUR. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 180; IH 2: 277; MW p. 1 79-181, suppl. p. loi- 
103 (main bibl.). 

2787. A rnonography of the Pucciniastreae. Tottori August 1936. [Monogr. Puccin.). 

PubL: Aug 1936 (rd. FH 16 Oct 1936), p. [i]-ix, 1-374,/)/. /-// (uncol.; with text). Coj^: FH.- 
Mem. Tottori Agr. Coll. 4, 1936. 

Hirtner, Max (1893-x), German palaeobotanist at Miinchen; Dr. phil. Miinchen 191 7 
(under Goebel) ; extraordinary professor of palaeobotany at Miinchen 1928- 1936; 1936 
released on political grounds; subsequently working at the Preusische Geologische Landes- 
anstalt and continuing his father's publishing firm. {Hir?ner). 

collections: Palaeobotanical collections and library in Staatssammlung fur Palaontologie 
und historische Geologic, Miinchen (all information on H. kindly supplied by K. Magde- 
frau) . 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Andrews p. 278; Barnhart 2: 181 ; Hirschp. 124; Kew2: 692; 

Langman p. 371 ; LS suppl. 1 1 689-1 1690. 

Bergdolt, E., Karl von Goebel ed. 2. 225. 1941. 

Glossner, Deut. allg. Sontagsbl. 31, nr. 11, 12 Mar 1978 (on his 85th birthday, 14 Mar). 

Hirmer, M., Verzeichnis der Veroffentlichungen, typescript 9 p. (copies Magdefrau, FAS). 

composite works: Editor, Palaeontographica, Abt. B, Palaeophytologie, vols. 78-85. 

eponymy : Hirmerella W. W. Jung ( 1 968) ; Hirmeria A. Fucini ( 1 936) ; Hirmeriella L. Horham- 
mer (1933). 

2788. Ergebnisse der Forschungsreisen Prof. E. Stromers in den Wiisten Agyptens iv. Die fossilen 
Floren Agyptens. 3. Die fossilen Pflanzen Agyptens: D. Filicales. Miinchen (Verlag der 
Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften) 1925. Qu. [Erg. Stromers Agypt., Filic). 
PubL: 1925 (submitted 8 Nov 1924), p. [i]-i8,/)/. /-j. Copy: M. - Abh. bayer. Akad. Wiss., 

Mat.-naturw. Abt. 30(3). 1925 (listed by Hirmer himself in his bibliography as having 
been published in 1924). 

2789. Handbuch der Paldobotanik von Dr. Max Hirmer . . . mit Beitragen von Dr. Julius Pia 
und Dr. Wilhelm Troll. Miinchen und Berlin (Druck und Verlag von R. Oldenbourg) 1927. 
Oct. [Handb. Paldobot.). 

Co-authors: ]\i\iu's,V\ci (1887-1943) (contr. Thallophyta) ; Wilhelm Troll (1897-1977) (contr. 
"Bryophyta"). 



Band i: Dec 1927 (p. vi: Sep 1927; Nat. Nov. Jan i928;J. Bot. Mai 1928), p. [i]-xvi, [i]-7o8, 

err. slip. - Copies: G, MO, NY, US. 
Ref.: Gothan, Bot. Jahrb. 61 (Lit.): 106. 1928. 

Thomas, J. Bot. 66: 155-156. 1928. 

Him, Karl Engelbrecht ( 1 872- 1 907) , Finnish algologist, high school teacher at Jyvaskyla. 

{Him) . 

collections: Original collections lost; some algae and many phanerogams in H (inf. T. 
Ahti). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 181 ; BM 2: 848, 6: 468; Bossert p. 176; CSP 15: 

863;DeToni4:xxx; Kew2:692; KRp. 295-296; Moebius p. 83; MWp. 181 ;NAF2(8):47, 

1 1 ( I ) : 89 ; NI 887 ; Nordstedt suppl. p. 8 ; Saelan p. 1 69- 1 70. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1902: 46, 1907: 140. 

Collander, R., Hist. bot. Finland 50. 1965. 

CoUander, R. et al., Bibl. Bot. Fenn. 1901-1950: 164. 1973. 

Elfving, Medd. Soc. Fauna Fl. fenn. 33: 124-127. 1907; Luonnon Ystava 1 1 : 1 17-120. 1907 

(portr.); see also French abstract in Nuova Notar. fasc. comm. 40 anno: 380-382. 1925 

(bibl.). 
Koster, J. T., Taxon 18: 553. 1969 (algae at H). 

Luther, Intr. to facs. ed. Monogr. Iconogr. Oedogoniaceen, Hist. nat. Class. 17. i960. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): loj, pi 20. 1903 (portr.). 
Wanttinen, Suomen kasvatusopil. Yhdist. Aikak. 44: 162-167. 1907 (fide Collander et al. 

1973)- 

2790. Beitrdge zur Kenntnis der Oedogoniaceen . . . mit 14 Tafeln. Wird mit Genehmigung der 
Philosophischen Fakultat der Kaiserl. Alexanders-Universitat zu Helsingfors den 6 October 
1900, 10 Uhr Vorm. im Hist. -Phil. Auditorium fiir offentlichen Verteidigung vorgelegt. 
Helsingfors (Druckerei der Finnischen Litteratur-Gesellschaft) 1900. Qu. [Beitr. Oedogon.). 
Publ.: Shortly before 6 Oct 1900 (t.p.; p. iii: Sep 1900), p. [i-iii], [i]-i36, [i^'j],pl.^i-64,Jig. 

i-sy. Copies: BR, H, PCS. - An abbreviated version of no. 2791, Monographie und 
Iconographie der Oedogoniaceen. 

2791. Monographie und Iconographie der Oedogoniaceen. Helsingfors (Druckerei der Finnischen 
Litteratur-Gesellschaft) 1900. Qu. {Monogr. Oedogon.). 

Publ.: I Jan 1900 (conventional date ICBN Art. 13(g)), actually published Sep-Oct 1900 (p. 
iv: Sep 1900; Bot. Zeit. i Dec 1900; Nat. Nov. Jan(i) 1901) p. [i*], [i]-iv, [i]-394, [i, 
err.],/^. 1-27, pi. /-6"^ with text (uncol. liths.). Copies: B, G, M, US, USDA.- Starting point 
work for the nomenclature of the Oedogoniaceae. See also H. Luther's introduction to the 
Weinheim reprint of i960. - Acta Soc. Sci. fenn. 27(1). 

Facsimile ed.: Weinheim Q. Cramer) i960, Historiae naturalis classica 17, ISBN 3-7682- 
7056-4. With a biographical sketch by H. Luther, p. [new: i*-vi*, on v*-vi* intr. by Hans 
Luther], old: [i]-iv, [i]-394, [i, err.]. Copies: FAS, U. 

Ref.: Nordstedt, Bot. Centralbl. 85: 162-164. 1901. 
Klebahn, Bot. Zeit. 59(2): 51-52. 1901. 

Stafleu, F. A. et al., Int. Code bot. Nom. (Leningrad 1975), p. 1 1 . 1978; see also Briquet, 
J., Regies Internationales Nomenclature botanique, ed. 2. 15. 1912. 

2792. ^ur Kenntnis der Desmidiaceen Finnlands . . . Helsingfors 1903. Oct. {Desmid. Finl.). 
Publ.: 1903 (Nat. Nov.Jul(i) 1904), p. [i]-24, [1-2, expl. pi.], pi. 1-2 (uncol.). Copies: FH, H. 

- Acta Soc. Fauna Fl. fenn. 25(3). 

2793. Studien ueber Oedogoniaceen. I. Eine kritische Zusammenstellung der Untersuchungen 
und Beobachtungen, die in den Jahren 1901-05 ueber Oedogoniaceen gemacht worden sind 

. . . Helsingfors (Druckerei der Finnischen Litteratur-Gesellschaft) 1906. Qu. j. {Stud. 

Oedogon.). 

Publ.: 1906 (p. iii: Feb 1905), p. [i*], [i]-iii, [i]-63,/>/. /-^ with text. Copies: FH, H, U. - Acta 

Soc. Sci. Fenn. 34(3). 1906. 

Wille, N., Bot. Centralbl. 104: 576. 1907. 



HISINGER 



Hisinger, Wilhelm [von] (i 766-1852), Swedish palaeobotanist. {Hising.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Collection left to the Royal Academy of Sciences. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Andrews p. 278; Barnhart 2: 182; BL 2: 556, 668; BM 2: 

849; CSP 3: 363-365, 6: 688; Jackson p. 188; KR p. 296-297; PR 4091-4093 (ed. i : 4513- 

4521); Quenstedt p. 202-203; Rehder 5: 394. 

Anon., Bot. Zeit. 10: 572. 13 Aug 1852. 

Scheutz, N.J. W., Bot. Not. 1863: 69. 

Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(3): 16-17. 1905- 

eponymy: Hisingera Miquel (1842) is probably dedicated to him, but Hisingera Hellenius 
(1792) commemorates his uncle, Johan Hisinger (i727?-i790?), Swedish mining engineer 
and promotor of botanical research. 

2794. Forteckning pa vdxterna i Skinskattebergs Socken i Westmanland. Stockholm (tryckt hos P. 
A. Norstedt & Soner) 1832. Qu. [Forteckn. vdxt. Skinskatteb .) . 

Publ.: 1832, p. [i-ii], [i]-45. Copy: NY. 

2795. Z-e^^flM JZ)OTca seu petrificata Sveciae, iconibus et characteribus illustrate . . . Holmiae 
[Stockholm] (Typis P. A. Norstedt et filii) 1837. Qu. [Lethaea svecica). 

Main vol.: 1837, p. [i]-iv, [i]-ii2,j&/. A-C, 1-34. 

Supplement I : i837(?), p. [i], 1 13-124, [i], pl.j^suppL, j6suppl. 

Supplement secundum: Holmiae [Stockholm] (id.) 1840 p. [i]-ii, pi. jysuppl.-^gsuppl. 

Supplementi secundo continuatio: Stockholm (id.) 1841, p. [i]-6, />/. 40-42. 

Copies: MICH, NY, U (without suppl. 2). 

Hitchcock, Albert Spear (ne Jennings) (1865- 1935), American botanist, leading agrosto- 
logist, at Ames ( 1 885- 1 889) , St. Louis ( 1 889- 1 89 1 ) , Manhattan, Kansas ( 1 892- 1 90 1 ) , USDA 
Washington 1901-1935; "eager explorer, far-seeing botanist, and wise promoter of scientific 
research in America" (Jepson, Fl. Calif. 1925, in copy presented to Hitchcock). {Hitchc.). 

HERBARIUM and types: us (grass herbarium), older collections partly at MO (e.g. Bahamas 
1890) and NY. Duphcates from his many collecting trips in many herbaria (see IH). 
Exsiccatae: American grasses (cent, i-io, 19 14- 1929) at BM, C, K, L, P, US, W. Sets of 1000 
dried specimens entitled Flora of Kansas, Manhattan, Kansas, (25 sets) were announced by 
Nat. Nov. Aug(2) 1897. (F/ora o/^awjaj, a series of maps . . . Manhattan 1899, was a set of 20 
plates with 1298 maps and 3 p. text; Nat. Nov. Sep(i) 1899). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Backer p. 652; Barnhart 2: 182; BFM 2281 ; BL i : 172, 173, 
179, 181, 227, 301; BM 2: 849, 6: 468; Bossert p. 177; CSP 15: 869, 16: 943; Hirsch p. 125; 
Hortus 3: 1 195; IH 2: 277-278; Kew 2: 694-696; Langman p. 371-372; Lenley p. 224; LS 
12342-12348, 34632-34633; MW p. 182-182; NAF 28B(2) : 335, ser. 2. 2: 160, 4: 43, 5: 242, 
7 : 40; Plesch p. 265; Rehder 5 : 394-395; SK i : 233 ; SO 3064, 498, 499, 3507 ; TL-2/778, 781 ; 
Tucker i : 343; Zander ed. 10, p. 670. 
Allan [H.H.A.], New Zealand J. Sci. Techn. 17(6): 779. 1936; Bull. Acad. int. Geogr. bot. 

9(122): I. 1900 (election as director of this Academy) (portr.); Kansas Industrialist 62 

(no. 24): 25 Mar 1936 (portr.); Sci. News Letter 10 Dec 1938, p. 381. 
Boone, W., Hist. bot. W. Virginia 173. 1965. 
Chase, A., Address on A. S. Hitchcock, read at meeting Bot. Soc. Washington, i Dec 1936, 

mss. (12 p.) at US; Science 83(2149) : 222-224. 'QS^- 
Chase, A. and Rendle, A. B., J. Bot. 74: 54-55. 1936. 

Ewan, J., Rocky Mountain Naturalists 230. 1950; Short hist. bot. U.S. 14, 20. 1969. 
Hitchcock, A. S., A botanical trip to Mexico. Sci. Monthly 8: 129-145, 216-238. 1919; 

Science ser. 2. 53: 312-314. 1921 (Type-basis code). 
Hoehne, F. C, Jard. bot. Sao Paulo 72. 1941 (portr.). 
Hubbard, C, Nature 137: 216. 1936. 
Hulten, E., Bot. Not. 1940: 293, 323-324. 1940. 
Humphrey, Makers of North Amer. Bot. 1 09-1 10. 1961. 
Keng, Yi-li, Science Ku Shu 20(9): 763-764. 1936 (in Chinese; portr.). 



HITCHCOCK, A. S. 

Leon, Mem. Soc. Cubana Hist. nat. 10(2): 131-134. 1936. 

Levyns, M. R. B., Insnar'd with flowers 103. 1977. 

McVaugh, R., Edward Palmer: plant explorer 103. 1956; Contr. Univ. Mich. Herb. 9: 247- 

248. 1972 (Mexican itin.). 
Merrill, E. D., Gontr. U.S. natl. Herb. 30(1): 151-152. 1947 (bibl. Pacific Isl.). 
Millspaugh, Field Mus. Bot. 2(3): 141. 1906 (coll. Bahamas), 2(7) : 290. 1909 (133 sheets of 

Bahamian coll. at F, firom Hitchcock's "Florida herbarium" at F). 
Murrill, W. A., Hist, found, bot. Florida 18. 1945. 
Parodi, Revista Argent. Agron. 3(2): 113-119. 1936 (portr., bibl.). 
PhiUips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss Goll. Acad. Phila. p. 239, 450. 1963. 
Pfeiffer, Revista sudamer. Bot. 3: 203-204. 1936 (portr.). 
Sprague, T. S., Bull. misc. Inf Kew 1936: 107-109. 
Urban, I., Symb. ant. i: 70-71. 1898, 3: 61.1902. 
Verdoorn, F., Ghron. bot. 2: 309. 1936 (portr.), 3: 335. 1937. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(3): 197. 1905. 
Woodward, G., J. New York Bot. Gard. 37: 26. 1936. 

note: Hitchcock, hke his West Goast contemporary H. M. Hall, was one of the early 
proponents of setting up an International Bureau for Plant Taxonomy. He tried to implement 
Hall's idea at the International Botanical Gongresses of Gambridge (1930) and Amsterdam 
(1935). At the latter Gongress he succeeded in obtaining agreement on the founding of a 
"Standing Gommittee for urgent taxonomic needs" which was charged to start the 
compilation of an Index herbariorum (taken on initially by J. Lanjouw) and to further the 
compilation of a Type-register as advocated by the Gommittee on Nomenclature of the 
Botanical Society of America (chairman: Hitchcock) (see no. 2819, Hitchcock 1934). 
Hitchcock's ideas on nomenclature made him a staunch supporter of the type method and it 
is for a great part due to him that this principle was introduced in the International Gode of 
Botanical Nomenclature. 

Hitchcock died on 16 Dec 1935, on board the SS. Gity of Norfolk, on his return voyage to 
the U.S., after having visited Europe to attend the Amsterdam Botanical Gongress and 
having spent time in the major European herbaria. His library and manuscripts are at US. 

COMPOSITE works: (i) Gramineae, injepson, A flora of Galifornia 82-189. 30 Apr 19 12 (TL- 

2/3341)- 

(2) Gramineae, in A. Gray, Manual, ed. 7. 1908 (TL-2/2124). 

(3) Gramineae, in Urban, Symb. ant. 7: 166-170. 15 Jun 1912. 

(4) Poaceae, inNAF 17(3): 198-288. 20 Dec 1915; 17(4): 289-354. H Aug 1931; 17(5): 355- 
418. 17 Mai 1935; 17(6) : 419-482. 5 Sep 1935; 17(7) : 483-542. 31 Mar 1937; 17(8) : 543-568. 
14JUI 1939 (TL-2/781). 

eponymy: Hitchcockella A. Gamus (1925). 

2796. A catalogue of the Antophyta and Pteridophyta of Ames, Iowa. [St. Louis (Printed by R. P. 
Studley & Go.)] 1891. Oct. {Cat. Antoph. Ames). 

Publ. : 4 Feb 1 89 1 (date on cover) , p. 477-532. Copies : MO, US, USDA. - Gontributions from 
the Shaw School of Botany no. 7. Preprinted from Trans. Acad. Sci. St. Louis 5(3). 1892. 

2797. Akey to the genera of Manhattan plants, based on (ruk characters, . . . Manhattan, Kansas 
[(Mercury Publishing House)] September 24, 1894. Oct. [Key Manhattan pi). 

Publ.: 24 Sep 1894 (t.p.; Nat. Nov. Nov(i) 1894; F.V. Coville rd. his copy (US) on 16 Oct 
1894), cover, p. [i]-35. Copies: NY, US. 

2798. A key to the spring flora of Manhattan . . . Manhattan, Kansas (Mercury Publishing 
House) 1894. Oct. (size). {Key spring fl. Manhattan). 

Publ.: Mar-Apr 1894 (F. V. Goville rd his copy on 20 Apr 1894), p. [i]-35. Copies: NY, US. 

2799. North American species of Leptochloa. Washington [D.G.] (Government Printing Office) 
1903. Oct. (size). {N. Amer. Leptochloa). 

Publ.: 10 Feb 1903 (t.p.; Nat. Nov. Dec(2) 1903), p. [i]-24,/?/. /-6" (plain). Copies: US(2).- 
U.S. Dept. Agr. Bull. 33, 1903. 

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2800. North American Species of Agrostis. Washington [D.C.] (Government Printing Office) 
1905. Oct. (JV. Amer. Agrostis). 

PubL: 29 Apr 1905 (t.p.; USDArd. a copy 2 Mai 1905; Nat. Nov.Jul(2) 1905), p. [i]-68,j&/. 
1-37 (uncol. liths.), Copies: G, NY, U, US, USDA. - U.S. Dept. Agr. Bull. 68, 1905. 

2801. Types of American grasses: a study of the American species of grasses described by 
Linnaeus, Gronovius, Sloane, Swartz, and Michaux. Washington [D.C.] (Government 
Printing Office) 1908. Oct. [Types Amer. grasses). 

PubL: i8Jun 1908 (p. ii), p. [i]-[v], 1 13-158, i-v. Copies: U, US. - Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 
12(3), 1908. 

2802. Catalogue of the grasses of Cuba. \\[?i'i\i\ngton[D.C'\ (Government Printing Office) 1909. 
Oct. [Cat. grasses Cuba). 

PubL: 23 Mar 1909 (p. ii), p. [i]-v, 183-258, vii-xi. Copy: US. -Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 12(6). 

2803. The North American species of Panicum. Washington [D.C.] (Government Printing 
Office) 1 9 10. Oct. {N. Amer. Panicum). 

Co-author: Mary Agnes Chase, nee Merrill (1869- 1963). 

PubL: 22 Oct 1910 (p. ii), p. [i]-xiv, [i]-396. Copy: US. - Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 15, 1910. 

2804. Mexican grasses in the United States National Herbarium. Washington [D.C.] (Govern- 
ment Printing Office) 191 3. Oct. {Mexic. grasses). 

PubL: 15 Jul 1913 (p. [ii]), p. [i]-v, 181-389, vii-xiv. Copy: US. - Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 

I7(3)>i9i3- 

2805. A text-book of grasses with especial reference to the economic species of the United States 
. . . New York (The Macmillan Company) 1914. Oct. (size). {Text-book grasses) . 

PubL: Mai-Dec 1914 (p. vi: 12 Mai 1914), p. [i], frontisp., [iii]-xvii, [xviii-xix], i-2j6,fg. i- 
63. Copies: NY, US, USDA. 

2806. Tropical North American species of Panicum. Washington [D.C.] (Government Printing 
Office) 1915. Oct. [Trop. N. Amer. Panicum). 

Co-author: Mary Agnes Chase, nee Merrill (1869- 1963). 

PubL: 24 Jul 1915 (p. ii), p. [i]-ix, 459-539, xi-xii. Copy: US. -Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 17(6), 
1915- 

2807. Grasses of the West Indies. Washington [D.C.]. (Government printing Office) 191 7. 
Oct. {Grasses W. Ind.). 

Co-author: Mary Agnes Chase, nee Merrill (1869- 1963). 

PubL: 18 Aug 191 7 (p. ii;J.Bot. Dec 191 7), p. [i]-v, 261-471, vii-xviii. Co/^iV^: U, US. -Contr. 

U.S. natl. Herb. 18(7). 1917. 
Ref: Rendle, A. B., J. Bot. 55: 355-357. 191 7- 

2808. Flora of the District of Columbia and vicinity . . . Washington [D.C] (Government 
Printing Office) 1919. Oct. {Fl. D.C). 

Co-author: Paul Sarpenter Standley (1884- 1963). 

PubL: 1919, p. [i]-329,/)/. 1-42. Copies: MICH, MO, NY, US, USDA. - Contr. U.S. natl. 

Herb. vol. 21. 

"It goes without saying that the nomenclature of the District Flora follows the American 
Code, rather than the so-called International Code forced down the throats of the Vienna 
Botanical Congress by a German majority and further manipulated by the same majority at 
the Brussels Congress; we can well understand why the French have never recognized it as 
valid, and why anybody but Germans or Austrians should so regard it has always been a 
puzzle, especially as the American Code is much more logical and cuts out autocracy. 
Internationalism is proving a dangerous principle to play with, and in many aspects has 
much to condemn it. 

The Washington botanists have followed the American Code consistently in almost every 
item except the use of duplicate binomials; they do not say why these have not been used; 
zoologists have used them for many years without losing sleep, and Sassafras runs well with 
Corvus Corvus. We must, I suppose, conclude that our colleagues of the fifteen-mile circle 

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around the national Capitol, or most of them, simply do not like to say Catalpa Catalpa, 
although by refusing such diction they lose the valuable suggestion that Linnaeus named the 
tree Bignonia Catalpa. Or may it be that they are influenced by the line of thought advanced 
by Engler at the Vienna Congress when we asked him why he objected and he told us 
principally that such names had made some of his students laugh ! And so the risibility of 
juvenile Huns prevented their adoption at that highly amusing convocation". (N. L. Britton 
(1920), stepping in the shoes of Monroe.) It took another ten years to reach a less "dan- 
gerous" international agreement through people like Hitchcock himself, H. M. Hall, Rendle 
and Briquet. 
Ref.: Britton, N. L., Torreya 19: 244-246. 1920. 

Britten, J., J. Bot. 58: 119. 1920. 

Krause, Bot. Jahrb. 57(Lit.): 69. 1922. 

2809. The genera of grasses of the United States with special reference to the economic species. 
Washington [D.C.] (Government Printing Office) 1920. Oct. {Gen. grasses U.S.). 

Orig. : 20 Mar 1920, p. [i]-307,j&/. 1-20. Copies: G, MICH, MO, NY, US, USDA; IDC 7557. 

- U.S. Dept. Agr. Bull. 772. - Nelson (1920): "At the present low ebb of systematic 

botany, due largely to the deplorable schism over the question of nomenclatorial rules, the 

appearance ... is of capital importance ..." 
Revised ed.: Mai 1936, Washington, D.C. (id.). Oct., p. 1-302,/)/. 1-20. Copies: G, MICH, 

MO, U, US(2). 
Ref: Nelson, Torreya 20: 84-88. 1920. 

2810. Revisions of North American grasses. Weishington [D.C] (Government Printing Office) 
1 920- 1 92 1. Oct. {Revis. M. Amer. grasses). 

Co-author: Mary Agnes Chase, nee Merrill (1869-1963). 

Publ.: in three parts, p. [i]-77, 29 Mar 1920; 115-208, i Nov 1920; 209-234, 12 Feb 1921; 
accompanied hy pi. i-j2. Copies: U, US. - Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 22(1), (3), (4). 

2811. Grasses of British Guiana. Washington [D.C] (Government Printing Office) 1922. Oct. 

{Grasses Brit. Guiana). 

Publ.: 24 May 1922 (stamp in some copies), p. [i]-v, pi. jj, 4jg-jij, vii-x. Copies: U, US. - 
Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 22(6), 1922. 

2812. The grasses of Hawaii. Honolulu, Hawaii (Bishop Museum Press) 1922. {Grasses 
Hawaii) . 

Publ.: 1922 (J. Bot. Sep 1922), p. [i*], [i-iii], 3(= loi) - i32(= 2^0), pi. 31-33. Copy: US. - 
Reprinted from Mem. Bernice Pauahi Bishop Mus. 8(3): 101-230. 1922. 

2813. The North American species of Aristida. Washington [D.C] (Government Printing 
Office) 1924. Oct. {N. Amer. Aristida). 

Publ.: 21 Mai 1924 (stamped copy at US), p. [i]-v, 517-586, vii-viii. Copy: US. -Contr. U.S. 
natl. Herb. 22(7), 1924. 

2814. The North American species of Stipa. Synopsis of the South American species of Stipa. 
Washington [D.C] (Government Printing office) 1925. {N. Amer. Stipa). 

Publ.: 20 Nov 1925 (stamp in copy US; see also p. ii), p. [i]-vii, 216-262, 263-289, ix-xi, pi. 30- 

32. Copy: US. 
Ref: Britton, Torreya 26: 93-95. 30 Oct 1926. 

2815. Methods of descriptive systematic botany. New York (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.), London 
(Chapman & Hall, Limited) 1925. {Meth. syst. bot.). 

Publ.: 1925 (p. iv: Jun 1924; Bryologist 24 Oct 1925), p. [i]-vii, [i]-2i6. Copy: US. 
/?e/.: Jennings, O.E., Bryologist 28(4/5): 69-70. 24 Oct 1925. 

2816. The grasses of Ecuador^ Peru and Bolivia. Washington [D.C] (Government Printing 
Office) 1927. Oct. {Grasses Ecuador). 

Publ.: 4 Mai 1927 (stamp in some copies; also p. ii). p. [i]-v, 291-556, vii-xx. Copies: US, 
USDA. - Contr. U.S. nad. herb. 24(8). 1927. 

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2817. Grasses of Canton and vicinity. Canton, China, June, 1929. {Grasses Canton) . 
Publ.:]\xn 1929 (date printed on cover) or 4 Mar 1931 (note on tlie two copies at US), reprint 

with special cover from Lingnan Science Journal 7: 177-265. 1929 (1931); add., corr. in 
10: 339-340- Aug 1931. Copies: US(2). 

2818. The grasses of Central America. Washington [D.C.] (United States Government Printing 
Office) 1930. Oct. [Grasses C. Amer.). 

Publ.: 1 2 Feb 1930 (p. ii),p. [i, iii, v], 557-762, xii-xvi. Copies: MO, NY, US, USDA. -Contr. 
U.S. natl. Herb. 24(9). 1930. 

2819. Location of type specimens. [Washington, D.C. (Smithsonian Institution)] s.d., 2 pars 
[1934-1935], mimeographed, one-sided. {Loc. type spec). 

List 1: Fall 1934, p. I- 1 9. Copy: FAS. 

List 2: 9 Aug 1935, p. I, ibis, 2-28. Copy: FAS. 

Lists issued by Hitchcock on behalf of the Committee on nomenclature of the Botanical 
Society of America, constituting a forerunner of the modern type-registers. The publication 
of these lists was not continued, because of Hitchcock's death on 16 Dec 1935 after returning 
from Amsterdam where he had distributed his lists among some of the participants. 

2820. Manual of the grasses of the United States, [headline:] United States Department of 
Agriculture Miscellaneous Publication no. 200. Washington D.C. (United States Govern- 
ment Printing Office) 1935. i6mo. {Man. Grasses U.S.). 

Ed. i: I -I I Mai 1935 (Hitchcock's copy marked in unknown hand: i Mai 1935; US copy 
stamped 11 Mai 1935; MO copy dated 5 Mai), p. [i], 1-1040. Copies: FAS, G, MICH, 
MO, U,US(3), USDA. -The date Feb i935ontheoriginal was corrected to Mai 1935 on 
the t.p. of the "1950" reprint. 

Ed. 2: revised by Mary Agnes Chase (1869-1963), Washington [D.C] (id.) i6-mo. 1950, 
publ. 12 Feb 1 95 1 (t.p.; stamped copy US), p. [i], 1-1051. Copies: MICH, MO (2), U, US, 
USDA. 

Ed 2, reprint: New York (Dover Publications Inc.) s.d. [1971], ISBN 0-486-227 17-0, 2 vols., i : 
[i], i-569> 2: [i, iii], [569]-! 051. Copy: US. 

"The synonymy alone (207 pages of it!) will be worth the price of the whole book to the 
pestered systematist" (Science News Letter 25 Mai 1935). Actually, the price ofthe book was 
only US $ 1.75. 

Ref: Rendle, A. B.,J. Bot. 74: 28-29. Jan ^936 ("May Dr. Hitchcock long continue working 
at Grasses!" H. died 16 Dec 1935). 

2821. Manual of the grasses of the West Indies . . . Washington [D.C] (Government Printing 
office) 1936. Oct. {Man. grasses W. Ind.). 

Publ.: Nov 1936 (p. i), p. [i], 1-439. Copies: NY, U, US. - Misc. Publ. no. 243, U.S. Dept. 
Agr. 

Hitchcock, Charles Leo (1902-x), American botanist in the Pacific Northwest. (C 

Hitchc). 

HERBARIUM and types: Mainly at WTU; duplicates in many herbaria. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2: 182; BFM 1588; Bossert p. i77;Hortus3: 1195; 
IH i(ed. 6) : 252, 2: 278; Kew 2: 696; Langman p. 372; NAF ser. 2. 5: 242. 1965. 
Ewan, J. Madroiio 19: 32. 1967. 

Kruckeberg, A., Madrono 387-390. 1970 (portr. ; tribute to "Hitchy" from Calif Bot. Soc). 
McVaugh, R., Contr. Mich. Univ. Herb. 9: 248. 1972 (Mexican itin.). 
PhiUips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Pliila. p. 209. 1963. 
Reveal, J., in Cronquist, A. et al., Intermountain Flora i : 70. 1972 (portr.). 
Stafleu, F. A., Taxon 19: 131-132. 1970 (on Hitchcock et al., Vascular plants of the 
Northwest), see also Taxon 23: 207. 1974. 

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Hitchcock, Edward (1793- 1864), American geologist and botanist; educated as cler- 
gyman; professor at Amherst College 1825-1864; stategeologist of Massachusetts 1830-1833 
and 1841-1844; id. of Vermont 1857-1860. [E. Hitchc). 

HERBARIUM and types: AC; on loan at MASS. 
Ref.: Day, Rhodora 3: 68. 1901. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY I Barnhart 2: 182; BM 2: 849-850; CSP 3: 365-367, 15: 870 

Frank 3(Anh.) : 44; GR p. 223; Hortus 3: 1 195 ("E. Hitchc."); IF p. 703; Jackson p. 364 

Kew 2: 696; Krempelhuber 3: 82; LS 12349-12351; ME i: 195 (list biogr.), 3: 597-598 

Merrill 307-3 1 5, 723-724,/)/. /j (portr.); PR 4094 (ed. i : 4522); Quenstedtp. 203; Tucker i 

343; Zander ed. 10, p. 670. 

Barnhart, J. H., Mem. Torrey bot. Club 16: 294. 1921. 

Clarke, J. E., James Hall of Albany 560. 1923. 

Hitchcock, E., Reminiscences of Amherst College, Northampton, Mass. 1863, vii, 412 p. 

(bibl. p. 379-391), (fide ME). 
Lesley, J. P., Biogr. Mem. Nat. Acad. Sci. i: 1 13-134. 1877. 

Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 98, 305, 364, 567, 1963. 
Rodgers, A. D., John Torrey 119, 179, 212, 275. 1942. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2) : 179. 1903. 
Youmans, W. J., Pioneers Sci. Amer. 290-299. 1896. 

2822. Catalogue of plants growing without cultivation in the vicinity of Amherst College . . . 
Amherst (J. S. and C. Adams, and Co . . .) 1829. Qu. {Cat.pl. Amherst Coll.). 

Publ.: 1829 (p. iii: i Aug 1829), p. [i-iv], [i]-64. Copy: NY. 

2823. Catalogues of the animals and plants of Massachusetts. With a copious index. Amherst 
(published by J. S. and C. Adams) 1835. Qia. [Cat. anim.pl. Massachusetts). 

Publ.: 1835, p. [i]-i42. Copy: MO. 

Hjaltalin, Oddur Jonsson (1782- 1840), Icelandic botanist and regional physician. 

[Hjaltali'n) . 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 183 (Hjaltelin). 
Warming, Bot. Tidsskr. 12: 123. 1880 (also err. "Hjaltelin"). 

2824. Islenzk grasafraedi af O. J. Hjaltalin, Districkskirurgus. Utgefin ad Tilhlutun hins 
Islenzka bokmentafelags. Kaupmannahofn (i prentsmidju N. G. F. Kristensens Ekkju. 
Prentud af J. D. Kvist) 1830. Oct. 

Publ.: 1830, p. [i]-379. Copies: HH, NY. 

Hjelt, Albert Hjalmar ( 185 1- 1925), Finnish botanist and high school teacher; Dr. phil. 
Helsinki 1892; high school teacher at Helsinki 1877-1878, lecturer at Nykarleby 1878-1879, 
from 1 879- 1 909 idem at the lyceum of Vasa; from 191 1- 191 7 school inspector. {Hjelt). 

HERBARIUM and types: H. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : 1 83 ; BL 2 : 60, 63, 73, 80, 668 ; BM 2 : 850, 6 : 468 ; 
Bossert p. 77; IH 2: 278; Kew 3:1; KR p. 297-298; LS 34572; Rehder 5: 395; Saelan p. 172- 
174; Tucker i : 343. 
Collander, R., Hist. bot. Finland 155 [index]. 1965; CoUander et al.. Acta Soc. Fauna Flora 

Fenn. 81: 165-166. 1973. 
Lindberg, Soc. Sci. Fenn. Arsbok-vuosikirja 66(3): 1-21. 1928 (portr., bibl.). 
Linkola, Luonnon stava 30: 1-6. 1926 (portr.). 
Palmgren, Mem. Soc. Fauna Fl. fenn. 2:71, 75-76, 86, 90-91. 1927. 

COMPOSITE works: See Saelan, Kihlman and Hjelt, Herbarium museifennici, ed. secunda, pars 
I. 1889. 

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2825. Notae conspectus florae fennicae. Helsingforsiae (ex ofiicina typographica heredum J. 
Simelii) 1888. Oct. {Not. consp.fl.fenn.). 

PubL: Dec 1888, p. [i]-20, [1-4]. Copies: G, H. - Reprinted from Acta Soc. Fauna Fl. fenn. 
5(i,Bihang). 

2826. Conspectus florae fennicae: Hehingforsisie (ex typographica'heredum J. Simelii) 1888- 
1895, 3 parts. Oct. {Consp.fl. Jennie). 

Vol. r. Pteridophyta, Gymnospermae, Monocotyledonae. Acta Soc. Fauna Fl. fenn. vol. 5. 
Copies: BM, MO, U. 
Pars i: Dec 1888-Mar 1889 (printing finished 15 Nov 1888; Bot. Not. 3 Apr 1889; Nat. 

Nov. Dec 1890), p. [i*, t. p. journal], [i], [ij-ioy, 2 maps. Acta 5(1). 
Pars 2: Apr-Mai T^2 (id. 15 Mar 1892; Bot. Not. 15 Sep 1892; Nat. Nov. Jul 1893), p. [i], 

[io9]-258. Acta 5(2). 
Pars 3: 2 Mar i8g^ (id. 15 Feb 1895; Bot. Not. 15 Mai 1895; Nat. Nov. Apr(i) 1896), p. [i], 

[2591-562. (Acta 5(3). 
Vol. 2: Dicotyledonae. Acta Soc. Fauna Fl. fennica. Copies: MO, U. 

Pars I :]\jin-Oct 1902 (id. 12 Mai 1902; Bot. Not. i Nov 1902; Nat. Nov. Mai(i) 1903; Bot. 

Zeit. I Jul 1903), p. [i], [i]-26i. - Acta 21(1). 
Pars 2: Dec 1906 (id. 21 Dec 1906; Bot. Not. 2 Apr 1907; Nat. Nov. Jun(2) 1907), p. [i,iii], 

[i]-4io. - Acta 30(1). 
Pars 3: Nov-Dec 191 1 (id. 2 Nov 191 1 ; Nat. Nov. Feb(2) 1912), p. [i-v], [i]-4i i. - Acta 

35(0- 
Pars 4: 1919 (id. 29 Mar 1919), p. [i], [i]-502. - Acta 41 (i). 

Pars ^: Mar-Aug 1923 (id. 3 Mar 1923; J. Bot. Sep 1923), p. [i], [i]-450. - Acta 51 (i). 
ParsG: 1926 (id. 13 Sep 1923), p. [i-iii], [i]-397. — Acta 54., with frontisp. portr. of author. 

- Edited by K. Linkola. 

The dates of printing appear on the sheets: they are not the dates of publication. 
Imprints: vol. i as in heading; vol. 2, parts 1-4: "Ex officina typographica "Handelstry- 

ckeriet". 5: id. Holger Schildt, 6: id. A.-B. F. Tilgmann. 
Facsimile ed.: announced by Koeltz. 
Ref.: Anon., Bot. Centralbl. 39: 331-332. 1889, 53: 326-326. 1883, id. Beih. 5: 509-510. 

Linkola, K., Luonnon Ystava 30: 153-155. 1926. 

2827. Kdnnedomen om vdxternas utbredning i Finland med sarskildt afseende a fanerogamer och 
ormbunkar. Helsingfors (J. Simelii arfvingars boktryckeri aktiebolag) 1891. Oct. {Kdnned. 
vdxt. utbr. Finland). 

PubL: Shortly before 29 Apr 1891 (date of thesis; publ. in journal before 13 Mai 1890; Nat. 
Nov. Sep i89i;Bot.Not. 15 Sep i89i),p. [i], [i]-i52, 3 charts. Co/)z>5: BR, H, MO.-Acta 
Soc. Fauna Fl. fenn. 5("2") [= la, see 2826 1(2)] 1891. Also published as an academic 
dissertation with a separate t.p. '^ Kdnnedomen . . . ormbunkar. Akademisk afhandling . . . 
29 Apr 1891, kl. 10 f.m." {Copy: H). - The thesis issue therefore came out a few weeks 
earher that the trade issue (note by P. Isoviita, added in proof). 

Hobkirk, Charles Codrington Pressick ( 1837- 1902), British (Yorkshire) banker, local 
historian, and bryologist at Huddersfield and Dewsbury; after retirement in 1897 at 
Horsforth and Ilkley. {Hobk.). 

HERBARIUM and types: DSY; further material at K, MANCH and F. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 184; BBp. 150; BL 2: 277, 668; CSP3: 370, 7: 
992, 10: 242, 12: 336, 15: 874; Desmond p. 312; IH 2: 278; Jackson p. 559; Kew 3: i; 
Langman p. 372; LS 12352; Rehder 5: 395; SBC p. 122 ("Hobk."); Tucker i : 343. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1903: 34; J. Bot. 40: 400, 431. 1902; Proc. Linn. Soc. London 1 15: 30-31. 

1903- 
Hobkirk, C. C. P., Huddersfield: its history and natural history, 1859 (inch listofplantsonp. 

173-205)- 
Husnot, T. H., Rev. bryol. 29(6): 131. 1902. 
R. [Thomas Rogers?], The Naturalist 1903: 105-108 (portr.). 

218 



HOCHREUTINER 

COMPOSITE works: (i) Anonymous editor of The Naturalist 1864- 1867; editor with George T. 
Porritt 1 872- 1 884. 

(2) The London catalogue of British mosses. Compiled for the Botanical Record Club by C. P. 
Hobkirk and H. Boswell, Welwyn, 1877, 1 1 p. (for ed. 2 see F. A. Lees). 

(3) Hobkirk also published "pure literature" under the pseudonym H. P. Carlton. 

handwriting: The Naturalist 1903:/;/. //. 

2828. A synopsis of the British mosses, containing descriptions of all the genera and species, 
(with localities of the rarer ones) found in Great Britain and Ireland, based upon Wilson's 
"Bryologia britannica", Schimper's "Synopsis", etc. . . . London (L. Reeve & Co., . . .) 
1873. Oct. (in fours). {Syn. Brit, mosses). 

Ed. r. 1873 (p. vi: Feb 1873), P- [iJ-v", [viii], [i]-i96. Copies: B, BR, G, FH, MO, NY, 
USDA. - Subscription announcement: Bull. Soc. bot. France 19 (Bibl.) : 97. Nov. 1872. 

Ed. 2: 1884 (p. viii: i Mai 1884; Bot. Zeit. 26 Sep 1884), p. [i]-viii, [ix-xii], err. slip, [i]-240. 
Copies: L, NY. - ''A synopsis of the British mosses being descriptions of all the genera and 
species found in Great Britain and Ireland to the present date . . . second edition, revised, 
corrected, and entirely rearranged." London (L. Reeve & Co.) 1884. Oct. 

Hobson, Edward ( 1 782- 1 830) , British self-taught bryologist, entomologist and geologist at 
Manchester, correspondent of R. K. Greville and W.J. Hooker. {Hobs.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Manchester Botanical Society; further material at BM, K and 
OXF, partly as "Musci britannici, a collection of specimens of British mosses and hepaticae, 
collected in the vicinity of Manchester," 2 vols. Manchester 1818-1822, for details see Sayre 

1975- 

Ref: Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(3): 339. 1975. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 184; BB p. 150; Desmond p. 312; DNB 27: 51 ; 

IH2: 278. 

Dallman and Wood, Trans. Liverpool bot. Soc. i : 76. 1909. 

Moore, Mem. Lit. philos. Soc. Manchester ser. 2. 6: 297-324. 1842. 

Pearson, Bryologist 23(3) : 36-37. 1920 (on the brothers Edward and William H.). 

eponymy: Hobsonia M.J.Berkeley ex Massee (1891) is dedicated to Julian Campbell Hobson 
{fl. 1875), English military officer, collecting e.g. in India. 

Hochreutiner, Benedict Pierre Georges (1873- 1959), Swiss botanist and theologist; 
assistant to Briquet (1896); in Indonesia 1903- 1905; at the Conservatoire botanique de 
Geneve 1906- 1943; specialist on Malvaceae and on the flora of S. Algeria. {Hochr.). 

HERBARIUM and types: G. - Exsiccatae: Plantae bogorienses exsiccatae novae vel minus cognitae, 
Java 1 904, 1 62 nos., sets at B, BO, BR, G, K, L, MO, NSW, NY, P, W, Z. (for .schedae see no. 
2829). - Most of H's types are at G; others at P. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Backer p. 369; Barnhart 2: i84;BJI 2: 77; BL i : 19, 301 ; BM 
6:47o;Bossertp. 177; CSP 13: 809, 14: 209, 15: 876; Hortus 3: 11 95 ("Hochr."); Kew3: 2- 
3;Langmanp.372;Laseguep. i09;Lenleyp. 224; MWp. i83,suppl.p. i09;Rehder5: 395; 
Roonp. 52; SK 1 : 223-224 (itin., portr.), 4(2) : c, 8: xliv; TL-2/966; Tucker i : 344; Urban- 
Berl. p. 357. 
Baehni, C, Candollea 17: 8-24. 1959 (portr., bibl.), Taxon 8: 81-83. 1959 (portr.), Actes 

Soc. helvet. Sci. nat. 139: 408-417. 1959 (portr.). 
Hall, N., Botanists of the Eucalypts 68-69. 1978. 
Hochreutiner, B. P. G., Curriculum vitae, Geneve 1 901, 6 p.; 1931, 14 p. (bibl.); Annu. 

Cons. Jard. bot. Geneve 15/16: 148-151. 1912 (itin.); La philosophic d'un naturaliste 

(deuxieme version), Boissiera 6: 1-217. 1941 (autobiographical, ideas) (ed. i, Geneve 

1911). 
Jentzer et al., Bull. Inst. natl. Genevois 60: 3-17. i960 (portr.). 
Maire, R., Progr. connaiss. bot. Algerie 154, 185. 1931. 

219 



HOCHREUTINER 

Merrill, E. D., Contr. natl. Herb. U.S. 30(1): 152. 1947 (Pacific botany). 
Sayre, G.., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(3) : 339. 1975. 
Stafleu, F. A., Boissiera 1 1 : xxi-xxiii. 1965. 

COMPOSITE works: (i) founder and editor of Boissiera, vol. 1-6, 1 935-1 941. 

(2) Humbert, H., Fl. madagasc, fam. 129, Malvaceae, Paris 1955. 

(3) Plantae Hochreuterinanae, Annu. Cons. Jard. bot. Geneve 15: 147-247. 1912, Candollea 2: 
317-513. 1925, 5: 175-341- 1934, 6: 397-488. 1936, 8: 47-60. 1940, 9: 380-493. 1943. 

festschrift: Boissiera, vol. 7, 1943; with biographical introduction by Eugene Pittard, and 
portrait. 

eponymy: Hochreutinera A. Krapovickas (1970). 

2829. Plantae bogorienses exsiccatae novae vel minus cocnitae [sic] quae in horto botanico 
coluntur . . . Bogor [Buitenzorg] (typis Instituti botanici bogoriensis) 1904. Oct. (in fours). 

[PI. bogor. exs.). 

Publ.: Dec 1904 (p. 6: i Dec 1904; Nat. Nov. Jan(i) 1905, Jun(i) 1905), p. [i*], [i]-ix, [i]- 
75. Copies: HH, MO, U, US, USDA. - Schedae accompanying above-mentioned exsic- 
catae. 

Catalogus bogoriensis novus, fasc. i, p. [i], [i]-48, mBull. Inst. bot. Buitenzorg no. 19, 1904; fasc. 
2, p. [i], [i]-i32, in id. no. 22, 1905; index, p. [i], [i]-22. Typis Instituti botanici 
Bogoriensis 1908. Copy: U. - {Cat. bogor. nov.). 

2830. Le Sud-Oranais etudes floristiques et phytogeographiques faites au cours d'une explo- 
ration dans le Sud-Ouest de I'Algerie en 190 1 ... Avec 5 zincogravures ou vignettes dans le 
texte et 22 planches. Mission officiellede la villede Geneve en 1901 ... Geneve (Imprimerie 
Romet) 1904. Oct. [Sud-oranais) . 

Publ.: 15 Apr 1904 (t.p. and p. 255; Nat. Nov. Feb(2) 1905), p. [i]-iv, [i]-255,/'/. 7-2.2 with 
text. Copy: L. - Reprinted from Annu. Cons. Jard. bot. Geneve 7/8: [22]-276. 1904. 

2831. Monographia generis Arthroclianthi Baill. . . . Geneve (Edition Atar . . .) 1909. Oct. 
(size). {Monogr. Arthroclianth.) . 

Publ.: 15 Aug 1909, p. [i-ii], [i]-i7 [alt. pag. [3o]-46]. Copies: G, NY, U. -Reprinted with 
independent pagination fi-om Annu. Cons. Jard. bot. Geneve 13: 30-46. 1909. 

Hochstetter, Christian Ferdinand (i 787-1860), German botanist, clergyman (Stadt- 
pfarrer), and professor at the teacher's college at Esslingen; founded and led the Esslinger 
Reiseverein (Unio itineraria) with E. G. Steudel. [Hochst.]. 

herbarium and types: TUB. - Plants collected by Hochstetter on his voyage to Portugal, 
Madeira and the Azores (1838) and in Central Europe are in many herbaria (see IH). M. 
Seubert's Flora azorica of 1844 is based on the collections by Hochstetter and his eldest son 
Karl Christian Friedrich (1818-1! 



note: Ascherson et Graebner, Syn. (2): 465 (1904) point out that H's name was Christian 
Ferdinand, not Friedrich (as in PR). - Hochstetter's sons were Karl Christian Friedrich 
( 1 8 1 8- 1 880) , Wilhelm Christian ( 1 825- 1 88 1 ) , and Christian Gottlob Ferdinand [later Ritter 
von] Hochstetter (1829- 1884); the latter was geologist on the Novara expedition, and 
collected ferns in Indonesia. 

bibliography and biography : AG 2(2): 465, 5( i ) : 687 ; Backer p. 269 ; Barnhart 2 : 1 84; BM 
2: 851; Bossertp. 177; Clokie p. 184; CSP3: 370-371, 6: 689; DTS i: 1 19, 6(4): 153; Frank 
3(Anh.): 44; GR p. 20, cat. p. 65; Hawksworth p. 183; Hortus 3: 1 195 ("Hochst."); IH 2: 
2 78; Jackson p. 559 [index]; Kew3: 3;KIastersky p. 92-93; KRp. 298; Langmanp. 372; PR 
3966, 4100-4104, 8633 (ed. i: 4531-4533); Rehder 5: 395; RS p. 87; SBC p. 122 
("Hochst."); TL-2/1620; Tucker i : 344; Urban-Berl. p. 287, 302, 357; WU 9: 74; Zander 
ed. 10, p. 670. 
Anon., Flora 43: 143-144. i860; Bot. Zeit. 19: 109-111. 1861. 



HOCHSTETTER, C. F. 

Baur,Jahrb. Gesch. Oberdeut. Reichstadte i6: 229-265. 1970 (onH'srolein the work of the 
EssHnger Reiseverein). 

Dolezal, H., Friedrich Welwitsch 37-38, 40, 44, 134, 163. 1974. 

Habacher, Jahrb. Gesch. Oberdeut. Reichstadte 16: 172-227. 1970 (on H. and K. L. v. 
Reichenbach). 

Hausmann, F., Fl. Tirol 3: 1 180-1 181. 1854. 

Hehn, J., Kulturpflanze 14: 351. 1966. 

Hochstetter, C. F., in J. B. Heindl, Galerie beriihmter Padagogen 243-270. 1859 (fide Baur 
1970). (extract Bot. Zeit. 19: 109-111. 1861). 

Hochstetter, Fr., M. Christ. Ferd. Hochstetter, Pfarrer . . . BerUn 1924 (fide Baur 1970). 

Hrabetova-Uhrova, Jahrb. Gesch. oberdeut. Reichstadte 16: 168-171. 1970 (on H's botani- 
cal work in Moravia). 

Kiinkele, S., Jh. Ges. Naturk. Wiirttemberg 125: 150. 1970 (herb.). 

Lehmann, E., Schwabische Apotheker 205. 1951. 

Pluskal, F. S., Verh. zool.-bot. Ver. Wien 6(Abh.): 364-365. 1856. 

Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(1): 50. 1969 (activities in Unio itin.). 

Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 18: 83-84. 2 Mar i860. 

COMPOSITE works: (i) With E. G. Steudel, Enumeratio plantarum Germaniae, 1826, see under 

Steudel. 

(2) C. F. Hochstetter published a second edition of the part dealing with plants of G. H. v. 

Schubert, Lehrbuch der Naturgeschichte, {Naturgeschichte des Pflanzenreiches in Bildern) , Esslingen 

(Verlag von J. F. Schreiber) 1865 (PR 4104). A third edition was edited by Moritz 

Willkomm, Esslingen (id.) 1870; this ed. was reprinted in "Stereotyp-Abdruck" at least six 

times (no. 6, 1879). See Schubert, G. H. v. 

handwriting: Monogr. biol. canar. 4: 34. 1973 (fig. 30). 

eponymy: Hochstetteria A. P. de Candolle (1838). 

2832. Populdre Botanik, oder fassliche Anleitung zur Kenntnis der Gewachse, besonders der 
in Deutschland und in der Schweiz am haufigsten wildwachsenden Arten, wie auch der 
deutschen Culturpflanzen und der merkwiirdigsten Gewachse der warmern Lander. Zum 
Gebrauch und Selbstunterricht der Erwachsenen und derjugend, iiberhaupt aller derer, die 
mit der Pflanzenwelt naher bekannt zu werden wiinschen, besonders der Schullehrer und 
Schulgehiilfen, der Gymnasial- und Realschiiler, junger Pharmaceuten und aller Jiing- 
HngeundTochter ausdengebildeten Standen . . . Reutlingen (Im Verlageder lithographi- 
schen Anstalt von Joh. C. Macken, jun.) 1831. Oct. {Pop. Bot.). 

Ed. i: 2 parts, 1831. Copies: NY, Regensburg, USDA. 

Erster Theil: 1831 (p. [iii] : 3 Jul 1830; p. x: 4 Dec 1830), frontisp. portr. Linnaeus, p. [i*- 
iii*], [i]-xiv, [i], [i]-8o8. 

^wetter Theil: 1831, p. [i], [8o9]-9io, [1-60, ind. ],/?/. 1-28, all but i-j handcol. liths. 
Ed. 2: "Zweite, mit besonderer Riicksicht auf Norddeutschland und die Schweiz vermehrte 

und verbesserte Ausgabe." Reutlingen (Druck und Verlag von Johann Conrad Macken 

jun.) Oct. Copies: NY, Regensburg. 

Erster Theil: 1837 (p. iv: i Mai 1837), p. [i]-xii, [i]-7i3. 

Zweiter Theil: 1837, p.[7i5]-846, [i], index [i]-73, [74, err.]. 

Plates: 1-22, all but /-^ hand-col. liths., issued unde: ^narate cover: "XXH Kupfertafel 
zur zweiten, mit besonderer Riicksicht ..." Reutlingen (id.) 1837. 
Ed.j: "Dritte vielseitig vermehrte und verbesserte Auflage" Reutlingen (Druck und Verlag 

von J. C. Macken Sohn) 1849. Oct.; frontisp. portr. Linnaeus, p. [i]-xiii, [xv], [i]-83i, 

[832], [i]-8^,pl. 1-22. Copy: NY. 
Ed. 4: "Vierte vielseitig vermehrte und verbesserte Auflage neu bearbeitet von Wilhelm 

Hochstetter." Stuttgart (Verlag von Schickgardt & Ebner) 1875-1877. Oct., 3 vols. 

Vol. j: 1875 (p. vi: i Oct 1875), p. [i]-viii, [i]-238, [i, err.], [1-42, index],/?/, i-g. Copy: B. 

Vol. 2: 1876 (p. vi: I Oct 1876), p. [i]-xxxii, [i]-686, /?/. i-vii (/-6"uncol. liths., 7 col. lith.). 
Copy: B. (Title: ''Specielle Botanik . . ."). 

Vol. 3: 1877 (p. iii: i6Jul 1877), p. [i]-xvi, [i]-525,/?/. /-/ (.^ col, other uncol. liths.). Copies: 
B, MICH. (Title: "Angewandte Botanik . . ."). 



HOCHSTETTER, C. F. 

Editor: Wilhelm Christian Hochstetter (1825-1881). 

Note: Vols. 2 and 3 do not have the general t.p. as above, but special t.p.'s, undated, as 
indicated. 

2833. Plantarum nubicarum nova genera proposit et describit C. H. F. Hochstetter. [Regensburg 
1841]. Oct. 

Publ. :'2^]\.m 1841 (injournal), p. [i]-8. Co/)2>5: G, NY. ~ Reprinted from Flora 24: 369-377. 
28 Jun 1 84 1. To be cited from journal. 

2834. Nova genera plantarum Africae tum australis turn tropicae borealis. Regensburg 1842. 
Oct. {Nov. gen. pi. Afr.). 

Publ. : 1 84 1 - 1 842, p. [i] , [ I ] -32 . - Reprint of articles published originally in Flora 24 : 657-672. 

1 4 Nov 1 84 1, 25: 225-240. 21 Apr 1842. Co/;2>5 of reprint : G, MO, NY (has special t.p.[i]). 
Continued: in Flora 26: 6g-8';^. 1843,27: 1-8, 16-32. 1844,29:593-600. 1846; 38: 193-206,273- 

285, 321-335. 1855. (no reprints seen). 

2835. Die Giftgewdchse Deutschlands und der Schweiz, in lithographirten und colorirten 
Abbildungen mit erlauterndem Text. Zum Gebrauch in Volksschulen, Realanstalten u. 
Gymnasien wie auch zum Selbstunterricht, besonders fur Pharmaceuten . . . Esslingen 
(Verlag vonj. F. Schreiber) 1844 [i.e. 1843]. Oct. {Giftgew. Deutschl.). 

Ed. i: Dec 1843 (P- ii- 4 Dec 1843; ^ot. Zeit. 29 Dec 1843: "erschienen"; rd. by Flora Mar 
1844), p. [i*-ii*], [i]-ii, [i]-56, [i]-iv. Copies: G, Regensburg, USDA. -Plates, issued under 
separate cover with special t.p. (same text as text part) : "Esslingen 1844. Verlag von J. F. 
Schreiber". p. [i],pl. 1-24 (each plate with 2 facing pages, representing 2 spp.), hand-col. 
liths. Copy: M. 

Ed. [2]: Stuttgart und Esslingen (Verlag von Schreiber & Schill) s.d. Fol., publ.: 1854 (P- 
[iii]:Sep 1854), p. [i-iv], [i]-ii, [12, ind. ],/?/. 1-24 {asined. i). Co/)fe5: AMD, NY, USDA 
(plates: [i], pi. 1-24). 

Ed.j: "Unsere wichtigeren Giftgewdchse mit ihren pflanzlichen Zergliederungen und erlautern- 
dem Text zum Gebrauche in Schule und Haus von Dr. Ahles . . . Dritte, ganzlich 
umgearbeitete Auflage von M. Ch. F. Hochstetter's Giftgewachse Deutschlands und der 
Schweiz." Esshngen (Verlag von J. F. Schreiber) 1874-1876, 2 parts. Folio. 
Part I : Samenpflanzen- Phanerogamae, j&m^/. : 1876, p. [i-vi], [i]-i4,/>/. i-ig (as in ed. i). 

Copy: NY. 
Par^^: Niitzhcheund schadhchen Pilze (Scliwamme),/)^/'/. : i876[?] (prospectus in vol. i 

NY copy dated Mar 1875) (n.v.). 
Author: Wilhelm Ehas von Ahles (1829- 1900). 

French translation of ed. 3, vol. 2, ''Atlas d'histoire naturelle. Champignons ..." Paris (J. Bonhoure 
et Cie) s.d. [1876]. French text, added to German text, with one set of plates, p. [i]-i3, 
[14, ind. ],/)/. 1-30. Copy: Stevenson. 

2836. Die Graspflanze, Aufbau ihres Halms, Bliithenstandes, ihrer Bliithe und Frucht, nebst 
morphologischen und taxonomischen Andeutungen, einige andere Pflanzenfamilien be- 
treffend. (Aus dem ersten Heft des Jahrgangs 1847 der Wiirttembergischen naturwissen- 
schafthchen Jahreshefte besonders abgedruckt.) Mit 13 hthographirten Zeichnungen. 
Stuttgart. Marz 1847. Oct. {Graspfianze) . 

Part[i'\: t.p. as above, publ. Mar 1847, p. [i], [i]-84, /j&/. Co^j: Regensburg. -Reprinted from 
Wiirttenbergische naturw. Jahreshefte 3(1): [i]-84, i pi. (lith.) [13 figs, on one plate], 
co/)ze^ journal publ.: L, MO. 

Part2: "... Zweiter Theil. (Besonders abgedruckt aus den Wiirttemberg. naturw. J ahreshef- 
ten 1848 2tesHeft Seite 144-257, dortunter der Aufschrift: "Fortsetzungder Abhandlung 
Aufbau der Graspfianze U.S. w." im isten Heft des Jahrgangs 1847.). Pm/!'/.: Dec 1848, p. [i], 
[i]-ii4, [115, Nachtr.]. Copy: Regensburg. - Reprinted from id. 4(2): [i44]-257. 1848. 
Copy: of journal publ.: MO. 

Nachtrdglicher Commentar (to part [i]): Flora 31: 105-118, 121-135, 140-152, 154-167, 171- 
188. 1848. 

Bericht (on part 2): Flora 32: 193-200. 1849. 

Ref.: Anon., Flora 31: 105. 21 Feb 1848, 32: 224. 14 Apr 1849. 



HOCHSTETTER, C. G. F. VON 

Hochstetter, Christian Gottlob Ferdinand (Ritter) von (1829-1884), German geo- 
logist and naturalist; Dr. phil. Tubingen 1852; in Vienna at the Geol. Reichsanstalt (1852- 
1857); on the Novara expedition (1857-1859); son of C. F. Hochstetter; in New Zealand 
1859; professor of geology at the Vienna polytechnic i860- 1876, from 1876- 1884 "Inten- 
dant" (director) of the k.k. Naturhistorische Hofmuseum; later working mainly on pre- 
history and ethnology. (C. G. F. Hochst.). 

HERBARIUM and TYPES : W. 

Ref.: Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(3): 339-340. i975- 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: AG 2(2): 465; Barnhart 2: 185; CSP 10:242,243, 15:876; 

IH 2: 279; Quenstedt p. 203-204; Rehder 5: 395, SK i: 234; Tucker i: 344. 

Anon., Bonplandia 8(5) : 83. i860. 

Cockayne, L., Veget. New Zealand 6. 1921. 

Embacher, F., Lexik. Reisen 148. 1882. 

Haast, J. v.. New Zealand J. Sci. 5(2): 202-220. 1884. 

Hauer,Jahrb. k.k. geol. Reichsanst. 34(4): 601-608. 1884; Leopoldina 20: 167. 1884,21:98- 

102. 1885. 
Heger, Mitt, geogr. Ges. Wien 27(6): 249, 345-392. 1894 (bibl.). 
Hochstetter, C. G. F. v., Gesammelte Reiseberichte von der Erdumsegelung der Fregatte 

Novara 1857- 1859. Wien 1885 (portr., biogr. data). 
Philhps, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 239. 1963. 
Pluskal, F. S., Verh. zool. bot. Ver. Wien 6: 364-365. 1856. 
Sirks, M. J., Ind. natuurond. 164. 1915. 
Stefan, Almanach Akad. Wiss., Wien 35: 175-182. 1885. 
Toula, Neue ill. Zeit. 1884 no. 44 (n.v., fide Stefan 1885). 
Voit, S. B. mat.-phys. CI. Akad. Wiss. Miinchen 15: 201-205. 1886. 

2837. Neu-Seeland . . . Mit 2 Karten, 6 Farbenstahlstichen, 9 grossen Holzschnitten und 89 
in den Text gedruckten Holzschnitten. Stuttgart (Cotta'scher Verlag) 1863. Oct. [J^eu- 
Seeland) . 

PubL: 1863 (p. ix: Dec 1862), p. [i]-xx, [i]-555, [556, err.], i^ plates (inch front.), 2 maps. 
Copy. G. 

2838. Paldontologie von Neu-Seeland. Beitrage zur Kenntniss der fossilen Flora und Fauna der 
Provinzen Auckland und Nelson von . . . F. Unger, . . . Karl Zitter, . . . E. Suess, Felix 
Karrer, . . . Ferdinand StoKczka, . . . Guido Stache, . . . Gustav Jaeger. Redigirt von Dr. 
Ferdinand von Hochstetter, Dr. Moritz Homes und Franz Ritter von Hauer. Mit 26 
lithographirten Tafeln [.] Novara-Expedition. Geologischer Theil. I. Band, 2. Abtheilung 
[Wien 1865]. Qu. [Paldontol. Neu-Seeland) . 

Co-authors and co-editors: Franz Ritter von Hauer (182 2- 1899); Gustav Jaeger {fl. 1865); 

Moritz Homes (181 5-1865); FeHx Karrer (1825- 1903); Guido Stache ( 1833-192 1); 

Ferdinand Stoliczka) 1 838- 1 874); Eduard Suess (1831-1914); Franz Unger (1800- 1870); 

Karel Alfred Zittel (1839- 1904). 
PubL: 1865 (p. vi:Nov 1864), p. [i]-vii, [i]-3i8,/;/. 1-5,6-15, 16, iy-20, 21-24, 2^-26. Copy:\J.- 

Contains: F. Unger, Fossile Pflanzenreste, p. [i]-i3,/>/. 1-5. 

Hochstetter, Wilhelm Christian (1825-1881), German garden inspector at Tubingen, 
son of C. F. Hochstetter. [W. Hochst.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : AG 2(2): 465 ; Barnhart 2 : 1 85 ; BM 2 : 85 1 ; Bossert p. 177; 
DTS i: 119, 6(4): 32; Frank 3(Anh.): 44; Hortus 3: 1195 (". Hochst."); Jackson p. 15, 57; 
Kew 3:3; Langman p. 372; MW p. 183; PR 4105; Rehder 5: 395-396; Tucker i : 344. 
Anon., Bot. Zeit. 39: 679. 1881. 
C.S., Gartenflora 7: 360. 1858. 
Salomon, Gartenflora 1881 : 359-361. 

COMPOSITE works: See Henkel, J. B., Synopsis der Nadelholzer (1865) (TL-2/2639). 



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HOCHSTETTER, W. C. 

2839. Die Victoria regia. Ihre Geschichte, Natur, Benennung und Cultur, bearbeitet von 
Wilhelm Hochstetter, . . . mit einem Vorwort von Dr. Hugo v. Mohl, . . . Mit einer 
colorirten Abbildung. Tubingen (In Commission in der Buchhandlung zu Guttenberg 
(August Lud wig)) 1852. Oct. {Victoria regia) . 

Preface: Hugo von Mohl (1805-1872). 

Piibl.: Sep-Dec 1852 (p. vi: 8 Aug 1852), p. [i]-[vii], [i]-64, / pi. Copy: G. - A partial 
plagarism, see Ed. Loscher, Bot. Zeit. 12: 136. 24 Feb 1854 and Seemann, Bonplandia 
1(24): 250-251. 1853. Loscher's Die Konigliche Wasserlilie Victoria regia, publ. Mar-Jul. 
1853, has priority. Hochstetter used this text in an overly liberal way. 

2840. Wegweiser durch den botanische Garten der Km. Universitdt Tubingen . . . Mit einem 
Situationsplan. Tubingen (Druck und Verlag von E. Biecker) i860. Oct. ( Wegweis. bot. Gart. 
Tubingen) . 

Publ.: i860 (p. 4: Jan i860; Bot. Zeit. 15 Jun i860; Flora Jun i860), p. [i], [i]-i 1 1, [i 12, 

cont.], map. Copy: Regensburg. 
Ref.: Schlechtendal D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 18: 219-220. i860. 

Anon., Flora 44: 59-60. 1861. 

2841. Die Coniferen oder Nadelholzer, welche in Mittel-Europa winterhart sind. Fiir 
Landschaftsgartner, Gartenfreunde, Forstbeamte u.s.w. . . . Stuttgart (Verlag von Eugen 
Ulmer) 1882. Oct. [Coniferen). 

Publ.: Oct 1 88 1 (p. vi: 4 Mar 1881 ; Nat. Nov. Oct (i) 1881 ; Bot. Zeit. 28 Oct 188 1), p. [i]-vi, 
[i, cont.], [i]-ii4, 4 pi (uncol.). Copy: USDA. 

Hocquart, Leopold Fran9ois Joseph (1760-18 18), Belgian clergyman, high school 
teacher and botanist at Ath (Aat), Hainaut (Henegouwen). (Hocq.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Some material at BR. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 4: 68 1 ; Barnhart 2: 185; BL 2: 38; BM 2: 851; IH 2: 
279; Kew p. 3; PR 4106 (ed. i : 4536) ; Rehder 5: 396; Tucker i : 344. 
Crepin, F., Manuel fl. Beige Ixx. i860; Guide bot. Belg. 229, 452. 1878. 
Evens, F. M.J. C., Gesch. algol. Belgie 173. 1944. 
Lejeune, A. L. S., Fl. Spa i : 5. 181 1. 

eponymy: Hocquartia Dumortier (1822). 

2842. Flore du department de Jemmape, ou definitions des plantes qui y croissent spontanement, 
faites d'apres le systeme de Linnee, a I'usage des eleves en botanique. Par Mr. Hocquart, 
pretre, principal et professeur de mathematiques et de botanique au college d'Ath. Mons 
(Chez Monjot, imprimeur-librairie) 1814. Duod. [Fl. Jemmape). 

Publ.: 1814, p. [i]-viii, [i]-303, [304, err.]. Copies: BR, NY. 

Hodgson, William ( 1824- 1 90 1 ) , English botanist and schoolmaster at Watermillock, and 
Aspatria, Cumberland. [Hodgs.). 

HERBARIUM and types: CGE, British material. It is not certain whether this is the original 
herbarium, which, according to Kent, was formerly at PEN and now "not traced." Other 
material at OXF (via herb. Haileybury). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 185; BB p. 150; BL 2: 233, 668; BM 2: 852; 
Clokiep. 184; CSP 15: 879; Desmond p. 313; IH 2: 279 Kew 3: 4; Rehder 5: 396; Tucker i : 

344- 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1902: 94; Proc. Linn. Soc. 113: 44. 1901. 

Britten, J., J. Bot. 21 : 186,252. 1883,37: 143. 1899,39: 191. 1901. 

Hodgson, W., Trans. Cumberland Ass. 1 1 : 13-39. 1886 (The hill naturalist). 

Kent, D. H., Brit. herb. 60. 1957. 

Thomson, The naturalist, Leeds 536: 261-265. 1901 (portr.). 

handwriting: The Naturalist, Leeds, 536: 262. 1901. 

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eponymy: Hodgsonia F. von Mueller (i860) and Hodgsoniola F. von Mueller (1861) are 
dedicated to John Hodgson, Australian politician and promotor of Australia's exploration. 
Hodgsonia]. D. Hooker & T. Thomson (1854) is dedicated to Brian Houghton Hodgson 
( 1 800- 1 894), English public servant in India, orientalist, linguist and collector of plants and 
animals. The etymology oi Hodgsonia H. Persson 1953 and Neohodgsonia H. Persson 1954 
could not be established. 

2843. Flora of Cumberland containing a full list of the flowering plants and ferns to be found in 
the county, according to the latest and most reliable authorities, by William Hodgson . . . 
with an introductory chapter on the soils of Cumberland, by G.J. Goodchild . . . Carlisle 
(W. Meals and Company, . . .) 1898. Oct. {Fl. Cumberland) . 

Introduction: George John Goodchild (1844- 1906). 

Publ: 1898 (Bot. Zeit. i Mai 1899; Nat. Nov. Mar(i, 2) 1899), map, p. [i]-xxxvi, [i]-398, 3 
maps. Copies: G, MO, NY, USDA. - "Had the author, when dealing with certain groups 
of plants, consulted those authorities who are always willing to impart to others the 
knowledge they have themselves obtained at the expenditure of time, trouble, patience 
and perseverance, he would have produced a more satisfactory book" (Britten 1899). 

Ref.: Britten, J., J. Bot. 37: 184-186. 1899. 

Hodgson, W., Trans. Cumberland Ass. 11: 1 14-126. 1886, 14:49-72. 1889 (Bot. Solway). 

Hock, Fernando (1858-1915), German botanist, born in Tating, Eiderstedt, later high 
school teacher at Lackenwalde (Neumark). [Hock). 

HERBARIUM and types: Some material at B. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 186; BFM 121 1, 1212, 1213, 1214; BJI i : 27, 2: 
77;BL2:32,668;BM2:852,6:47o-47i;CSP 12:337, i5:88o;DTS i: 119,6(4): 153; Kew 
3: 5; Langman p. 373; LS 12363; MW p. 183; Rehder 5: 396; Tucker i : 344-345. 
Drude, O., Hercyn. Florenbez. 14. 1902 (Veg. Erde 6). 
Pohl, F., Generalreg. BBC 1-17, 18-45(1): 8. 1931; 18-50(2): 9. 1942. 

COMPOSITE works: In EP, Die natiirlichen Pflanzenf ami lien, ed. i(TL-2/i7io). 

(a) Calyceraceae, 4(5): 84-86. Feb 1890. 

(b) Dipsacaceae, 4(4): 182-189. Nov 1891; Supplement by H. Harms, Nachtr. 2-4(1): 317. 
Nov 1897. 

(c) Valerianaceae, 4(4) : 172-182. Nov 1891 ; Supplement by H. Harms, Nachtr. 2-4(1) : 316. 
Nov. 1887, F. Hock, ib. (2) : 74-75. 8 Oct 1900, (3) : 332-333. Feb 1908. 

EPONYMY : Hoeckia Engler & Graebner ex Diels ( 1 90 1 ) . 

2844. Beitrdge zur Morphologic, Gruppirung und geographische Verbreitung der Valerianaceen. (Er- 
ster und Zweiter Theil) . Inaugural-Dissertation zur Erlangung der philosophischen Doctor- 
wiirde eingereicht bei der philosophischen Facultat zu Kiel von Fernando Hock . . . Leipzig 
(Wilhelm Engelmann) 1882. Oct. [Beitr. Valerian.). 

/•m^/.: 6 Apr 1882 (in journal; Nat. Nov. Jul 1882; Bot. Zeit. 18 Aug 1882), p. [i], [i]-73, [i, 
theses; i, vita],/)/. /. Copy: MO. - Reprinted from Bot. Jahrb. 3: 1-73. 1882. i pi. (also 
issued as unchanged reprint, without thesis material, p. [i]-73, i pi- Copies: MO, NY; IDC 
802). 

Hoefer, Jean Chretien Ferdinand (1811-1878), French historian of science. [Hoef.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 186; BFM 3236; BM 2: 852; Jackson p. 3, 9, 46, 
207; Kew 3: 5; PR 4107; Rehder 5: 396; SO 12476; 2797a; TR 579; Tucker i : 345. 
Anon., Nat. Nov. i : 67. 1879. 

2845. Histoire de la botanique de la mineralogie et de la geologic depuis les temps les plus 
recules jusqu'a nos jours . . . Paris (Librairie Hachette et Cie . . .) 1872. Oct. [Hist. bot.). 
Publ.: 1872, p. [i-iii], [i]-4ii, [412]. Copies: BR, G, HH, MO, NY, U. 

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Ed. [2] : 1882 (t.p.; Bot. Zeit. 28 Sep 1883, as of '1883'), p. [i-iv], [i]-285. Copies: NY, US. - 

Paris (id.) Oct. 
Ref.: Anon., Bull. Soc. bot. France i9(Bibl.) : 198-199 Mar 1873. 

Hofle, Marc Aurel (x-1855), German practicing physician and botanist at Heidelberg. 

{Hdfle). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 186; BL 2: 583, 668; BM 2: 852; DTS i : 120, 

6(4) : 24; PR 41 10-41 12 (ed. i : 4538) ; Rehder 5: 396; SO 850. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1858: 13; Bot. Zeit. 13: 600. 1855; Flora 38: 528. 1855. 

Hausmann, F., Fl. Tirol 3: 11 80. 1854. 

2846. Die Pflanzensysteme von Linne, Jussieu, de Candolle nebst tabellarischer Uebersicht der 
Arznei-, Gift- und Nahrungspflanzen nach de CandoUe's System, unter Hinweisung auf das 
System von Linne, und Angabe der Merkmale der wichtigsten Pflanzenfamilien sowie der 
einfachen ArzneistofTe von Dr. M. A. Hoefle. (Als Rahmen zu meinen Vorlesungen iiber 
medicinische Botanik). Heidelberg (Universitats-Buchhandlung von Karl Winter) 1845. 
Fol. (or Qu. in twos). [Pflanzensysteme) . 

Publ. -.Jan-Oct 1845 (Flora rd. Sep-Oct 1845, Bot. Zeit. 28 Nov 1845), p. [i]-3i. Copies: G, 

M, NY. 
Ref.: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 3: 805-806. 28 Nov 1845. 

Hofle, M. A., Bot. Zeit. 189-192. 1846 (anti-criticism, with reply by S-1). 

2847. Die Flora der Bodenseegegend mit vergleichender Betrachtung der Nachbarfloren . . . 
Erlangen (Verlag von Ferdinand Enke) 1850. Oct. {Fl. Bodensee.). 

PubL:]an-Apr 1850 (rd. Regensburg Mai 1850), p. [i]-viii, [i]-i75. Co/)ze.j: G, NY, USDA. - 
"Scheint im Rheinthale nie gewesen zu sein und hat die beziiglichen Standorte aus 
Sauter, Custer und Gaudin copirt". (Hausmann, F., Fl. Tirol 3: 1180. 1854). 

Ref.: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 8: 751-753. 28 Oct. 1850. 

2848. Grundriss der angewandten Botanik. Zum Gebrauche bei Vorlesungen und zur Selbstbe- 
lehrung fiir Aerzte, Pharmazeuten und Kameralisten bearbeitet . . . Erlangen (Verlag von 
Ferdinand Enke) 1851. Oct. {Grundr. angew. Bot.). 

Publ.: 1851 (p. viii: i Nov 1850), p. [i]-viii, [9]-268. Copies: M, NY. 

Hoeg, Ove Arbo (1898-x), Norwegian palaeo- and ethno-botanist, at Trondhjems Mu- 
seum (1926- 1 947); professor of botany at Oslo (1947- 1968); specialist on the fossil floras of 
the Arctic and in general on palaeozoic floras. {Hoeg). 

HERBARIUM and types: TRH; further material at C, K, LD, O. - All fossil material is at the 
Palaeontological Museum of Oslo University (inf O. A. Hoeg in litt. 27 Jul 1977). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Andrews p. 278; Barnhart 2: 186; BL 2: 442, 446, 459, 668; 
Bossert p. 178; GR p. 713, cat. p. 65; Hirsch p. 125; IH 2: 279; Kew 3: 5; Kleppa p. 325 
[index] ; LS suppl. 1 1743-1 1744; Roon p. 53; SBC p. 122 ("Hoeg"). 
Holmboe, J., Norsk biogr. leks. 6: 422. 1934. 

COMPOSITE w^ORKS: Bourcau, E., ed., Traite de paleobotanique, vol. 2, Psilophyta, Paris 1967 (see 
Taxon 18: 449-450. 1969). 

EPONYMY : Hoeegiasaccites M. N. Bose & R. K. Kar (1966) ; Hoegia [sic] J. A. Townrow (1957) ; 
Hoegia [sic] F. Stockmans (1968); Hoegisphaera [sic] Staplin (1961); Hoegisporis [sic] L C. 
Cookson (1961). 

2849. Pollen on humble-bees from Novaya Z^mlya . . . Kristiania [Oslo] (A. W. Broggers 
Boktrykkeri als) 1924 [i.e. 1925] Oct. {Pollen humble-bees). 

Publ.: Feb 1925, p. [i]-i8. Cojftjv: FH. - Rep. sci. Results Norw. Exp. Novaya Zemlya 192 1, 
no. 27. 

226 



Hogberg, Johan Daniel ( 1 82 3- 1 843 ) , Swedish student pharmacist and botanist at Strang- 
niis and Uppsala. {Hogb.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 186; Jackson p. 335; KR p. 313; PR 41 13; 
Rehder 5: 396. 

2850. Svensk flora, innefattande Sveriges phanerogamvexter, med en kort, fbrberedande 
vextlara. For nyhorjare utarbetad och utgifven af D. Hogberg. Orebro (pa P. M. Lindhs 
fbrlag) 1843. Oct. (Svenskfl.). 

Publ.: Mai-Aug 1843 (Bot. Zeit. 3 Nov 1843; Flora 28 Sep 1843; p. vii: i Mai 1843), p. [i]- 
viii, [3]-92, [1-41-296,/'/. 1-3- Copy. NY. 

Hoehne, Frederico Carlos (1882-1959), Brazilian botanist; at Riodejaneiro 1907-1917; 
from 191 7-1952 at the botanical institute of Sao Paulo. {Hoehne). 

HERBARIUM and types: SP; duplicates in many herbaria. 

Ref.\ Hoehne, F. C, Indice bibhografico e numerico das plantas colhidas pela Commissao 
Rondon, ou Commissao de Linhas telegraphicas . . . de 1908 ate 1923. Sao Paulo, 
1 95 1, 400 p. (lists colls, by F. C. Hoehne, J. G. Kuhlmann e.a. as well as the bot. publ. 
by the Commissao Rondon). 
Prance, G., Acta amaz. 1(1): 40. 1971. 
Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(3): 340. 1975. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 186; BL i : 238, 241, 301 ; BM 6: 471 ; Bossert p. 

178; Hortus3: 11 95 ("Hoehne") ; IH 2: 279; Kew3: 5-6; Langmanp. 373; LSsuppl. 1 1745; 

Urban-Berl. p. 357. 

Anon., Hoehnea i: [i]. 1971 (portr.). 

C.S., Tribuna farmaceutica 27: 46-47. 1959. 

Hoehne, F. C, M. Kuhlmann and Oswaldo Handro, Ojardim botanicode Sao Paulo 1941, 

650 p., 48 pi. (contains a history of botany in Brazil). 
Kranzlin, F. W. L., Bot. Jahrb. 58(Lit.): 10. 1922 (general review of H's publications 1910- 

1920). 
Pabst, DieOrchidee 10(3) : 90-92. 1959 (H's bibliography counts 650 papers and books, in all 

circa 12.000 printed pages). 
Sampaio, Arch. Mus. nac. Rio de Janeiro 22: 43-44. 1919. 
Stafleu, F. A., Taxon 8: 209. 1959. 
Teixeira, Arq. bot. Est. S. Paulo ser. 2. 3(5): 221-223. 1962 (portr.). 

COMPOSITE works: Hoehne's major work, ''Flora brasilica planejada e iniciada por F. C. 
Hoehne", started in Sep 1940, falls outside the scope of TL/2. Twelve fascicles were issued up 
to 1968, with treatments by various authors. Fasc. 12 (1968), Xyridaceae by L. B. Smith and 
R.J. Downs) appeared under the editorship of Alcides Ribeiro Teixeira. 

EPONYMY (genera) : Hoehnea Epling ( 1 939) ; Hoehneella A. Ruschi (1945) ; Hoehnephytum A. L. 
Cabrera (1950); (journal): Hoehnea. Sao Paulo. Vol. 1-x. 1971-x. Note: Hoehnemonas B. 
Skvortzov (1969) is dedicated to Wilson Hoehne, Brazilian botanist. 

2851. Commissao de linhas telegraphicas estrategicas de Matto Grosso ao Amazonas. Annexe 
no. 5 Historia natural. Botanica . . . Rio de Janeiro, parts 1-13, 1910-1923. Qu. {Com. lin. 

telegr., Bot.). 

Part i: Dec 1910, cover, p. [i]-7i, atlas: cover, [i, err.],/)/. 1-63. Author: F. C. Hoehne. 
Part 2: Aug 1912, cover, p. [i]-i5. -Author: Hermann August Theodor Harms (1870-1942), 

Leguminosae. 
Part 3: Aug 1912, cover, p. [i]-i5,jf)/. 64-6^. -Author: Celestin Alfred Cogniaux (1841-1916), 

Melast., Cucurb., Orchid. 
Part 4: Aug 1912, cover, p. [i]-33,/'/. SS-yg. -Author: F. C. Hoehne. 
Part j:]a.n 191 5, cover, p. [i]-87,j&/. 80-112. -Author: F. C. Hoehne. 

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Part 6: Sep 1915, cover, p. [iJ-gG, /*/. //j, iija-iji. -Author: F. C. Hoehne. 

Part 7: 191 6, cover, p. [i]-34, pi. 1-5. - Author: Alberto Jose de Sampaio (i88i-x), Pteri- 

dophytas. 
PartS: 1919 (post Jan), cover p. [i], [i]-99, [i, abbrev. ],/)/. 132-i^g.- Author: F. C. Hoehne. 
Part g: 1916 (post Jan), cover, p. [i]-43, /)/. iGgo-iyy. -Author: F. C. Hoehne. 
Part 10: Aug 191 7, cover, p. [i]-i^, pi. i-ij. -Author: A.J. de Sampaio, Lauraceae. 
Part 11: 3 Mar 1922, cover, p. [i]-95,j&/. 1-6, [i, err.]. - Author: Joao Geraldo Kuhlmann 

(1882-1958), Gramineas(i). 
Part /2: Jul-Aug 1922, cover, p. [i]-28, pi. ijS-igs. -Author: F. C. Hoehne. 
Part ij: Apr 1923, cover p. [1-4], i pi. -Author: J. G. Kuhlmann. 

Copies: HH(i-i3), NY(i-i2), U(i, 4-6), USDA(i-6). 

JVote: Combines the botanical results of the Rondon commission expedition (1908) and the 
later Telegraphic lines Commission (1910-1914, publ. through 1923) ; for a complete list 
up to 1 9 1 6 see BM 6 : 123-124. 
Re/.: Hoehne, F. C, J. G. Kuhlmann et al., Indice bibhografico e numerico das plantas 
colhidas pela Commissao Rondon. Sao Paulo 1951, 400 p. 
Ribeiro, Alipio de Mirando, A Commissao Rondon e o Museu nacional. Conferencias. 
s.l.n.d., 61 p. 

2852. Expedifao Scientifica Rosevelt-Rondon. Annexo n. 2. Botanica. Relatorio apresentado ao 
Snr Coronel de Engenharia Candida Marianno da Silva Rondon, chefe da Commissao 
Brasileira por F. C. Hoehne botanico da expedifao. Rio de Janeiro - Novembro de 1914. 
[Exped. Rosevelt-Rondon, Bot.) 

Publ.: Nov 1 9 14, p. [ I, cover], [3]-8i, 11 photogr. (general), j&Z. 1-25 (photographs of plants, 
19-20 col.). Copies: M, US. 

2853. Commissao de linhas telegraphicas estrategicas de Matto-Grosso ao Amazonas (pub- 
lica9ao n. 38). Monographia das Asclepiadaceas brasileiras (Monographia Asclepiadacearum 
brasiliensium) ou relacao e descrip^ao das Asclepiadaceas brasileiras encontradas nos 
diversos herbarios do Brasil por F. C. Hoehne. Fasciculos i e ii Oxypetalum, R. Br. e 
Calostigma, Dene. Rio de Janeiro, em Agoste de 1916. Qu. [Monogr. Asclep. bras.). 
Publ.: Aug 1916, [fasc. i]:p. [i]-ix, [i]-i^i, pi. i-jg; [fasc. 2]: [i]-2C),pl. /-/2;suppl. [i]-i'^,pl. 

60-62. Copies: U, USDA. 

2854. Album da Secgao de botanica do Museu paulista e suas dependencias, etc. . . . Margo - 1925 
Sao Paulo - Brasil. {Album bot. Mus. pauL). 

Publ.: Mar 1925 (t.p.; US copy rd. 20 Jul 1925; Nat. Nov. Oct 1925), p. [i]-20i, [204, note; 
205-215, ind.] with 218 unnumbered photogr., and "zincographicas" as well as 5 col. pi. 
Copy: US. 

2855. Monographia illustrada das Aristolochiaceas brasileiras . . . Manguinhos, 20 de Agosto de 
1927. [Monogr. Aristol. bras.). 

Publ.: 20 Aug 1927 (cover repr.), cover, p. [i]-iii, pi. 16-ioj (plain). Copy: USDA. - 
Reprinted from Memorias do Institute Oswaldo Cruz 20(1): [67]-i75, pi. 16-ioj (id.). 
1927 (co^ journal publ.: US). 

2856. Secretaria da agricultura, . . . As plantas ornamentaes dajlorabrasilica eoseupapelcomo 
factores da salubridade pubhca, da esthetica urbana e artes decorativas nacionaes . . . Sao 
Paulo 1 930- 1 936, 2 parts. {PL orn.fl. bras.). 

Part i: 1930, p. [i]-23i, with unnumbered photographs. 
Part 2: 1930, p. [i], [233]-4o8, id. 

Copies: MO, US. - Reprinted from various articles in the Boletim da Agricultura. 

2857. Plantas e substdncias vegetais toxicas e medicinais . . . S. Paulo, Rio de Janeiro ("Gra- 
phicars") 1939. {PL tox. med.) 

Publ.: Aug 1939 (t.p.), p. [i]-355, /*/. 1-26 (col.). Copy: MO. - Originally published in 
Estado de Sao Paulo 1934- 1938. Not confined to plants of Brazil (BL i : 238). 

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Hohnel, Franz Xaver Rudolf, Ritter von (1852- 1920), Austrian bryologist and myco- 
logist; Dr. phil Strassburg 1877; ultimately (1884, 1888) professor of botany at the Tech- 
nische Hochschule, Wien. [Hohn.). 

HERBARIUM and types: FH; other material at B, H, K, L, PAV, PC, W. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Ainsworth p. 283; Barnhart 2: 186; Bossertp. 179; CSP 10: 
256-257, 12: 338, 15: 883-884; DTS3: xliii, Nachtr. : 2,6(4): 153; Frank 3(Anh.) : 44; GRp. 
433-434, cat. p. 65; IH 2: 281 ; Jackson p. 210; Kew3: 6-7; Kleppap. 208; Langmanp. 373; 
LS 1 2367- 1 2390, 34637-34658, suppl. 1 1746-12050; Moebius p. 174, 257, 451 ; Rehder 5: 
396; Saccardo i : 89; SBC p. 122 ("Hohn.") ; SK p. 236; Stevenson p. 1245; Tucker i : 345; 
Urban-Berl. p. 302, 357. 
Anon., Alman. Akad. Wiss. 71: 171-173. 1921; Bot. Not. 1921: 14; Deut. Biogr. Jahrb., 

tJberleitungsband 2: 749. 1928. 
Beck, G., Vegetationsverh. Illyr. lander 13, 24, 35. 1901. (Veg. Erde 4). 
Falck, Mykologische Untersuchungen und Berichte i : i-vi. 1923 (1924?) (bibl.). 
Husnot, T. H., Rev. bryol. 21 : 62. 1894, 22: 92. 1895, 25: 53. 1898 (bryol. publ.). 
Merrill, E. D., Contr. natl. Herb. U.S. 30(1): 153. 1947. 
Stafleu, F. A., Taxon 17: 81-82. 1968. 
Weese, Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 38: (i03)-(i26). 1920 (bibl.). 

COMPOSITE works: Contributed to Schneider, C. K., Illustriertes Handworterbuch der Botanik, 
Leipzig 1905. 

note: For publications with Viktor Litschauer see no. 2862. 

eponymy: Hoehneliella Bresadola & P. A. Saccardo ex P. Strasser (1902) ; Hoehnelomjces Neese 
(1920); Neohoehnelia Theissen & H. Sydow (1918). 

2858. Beitrag zur Kenntniss der Laubmoosflora des Hochgebirgstheiles der Sierra Nevada in 
Spanien. [Wien] 1895. Oct. [Beitr. Laubm.-Fl. Sierra-Nevada). 

Publ.: Mar 1895 (date Heft S.B., also on p. i ofreprint;Bot. Zeit. i Sep 1895), p. [i]-40. Copy: 
G. - Reprinted from S.B. Akad. Wiss. Wien 104 (i): 297-336. 1895. 

2859. Fragmente zur Mjkologie i-xxiv (1902- 1920). Facsimile r^^vinil^thrt (J. Cramer) 1967, 2 
vols. Oct. (ISBN 3-7682-0467-7). {Fragm. Mykol.). 

Publ.: The Fragmente zur Mykologie were originally published as a series of 24 papers in the 
Sitzungsberichte der kaiserl. Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien, Mathem. Naturw. 
Classe, Abth. i, volumes iii (i902)-i29 (1920). Each Fra^wOT^ (entry) carries a separate 
number ( i - 1 2 1 4) . The 1 967 reprint includes the General-Index der Fragmente i bis woo which 
must be used to find the entries in the reprint. For parts xix-xxiv it is necessary to use the 
indexes contained in the individual parts. Copies: FAS, NY. 

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122 


255-309 


Feb 19 


13 


24 Apr 1913 


16 


813-875 


123 


49-155 


Jan 19 


4 


12 Feb 1914 


17 


876-943 


124 


49-159 


1915 




1 1 Feb 19 1 5 


18 


944-1000 


125 


27-138 


1916 




7 Jan 1916 


19 


1001-1030 


126 


283-352 


1917 




II Jan 1917 


20 


1031-1057 


126 


353-399 


1917 




II Jan 1917 


21 


1 058- 1 09 1 


127 


329-393 


1918 




10 Jan 1918 


22 


1092-1153 


127 


549-634 


1918 




10 Oct 1 9 18 


23 


1 1 54- 1 188 


128 


535-625 


1919 




26 Jun 1919 


24 


1 189- 1 2 14 


129 


137-184 


1920 




1 1 Mar 1920 



The original parts were also published as reprints from the Sitzungsberichte, with special 
covers and independent pagination (the Cramer reprint is based on a set of such reprints). 
Copies: FH, MICH, NY, U, USDA (all (except FH) incomplete). 



part independent date on 


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date of publ. 


I [ 


]-7o 


902 


Dec 1902 


2 [ 


]-47 


906 


Mai-Jun 1906 


3 [ 


]-8o, pi. I 


907 


Mar-Jun 1907 


4 [ 


]-33 


907 


Mai-Jun 1907 


5 [ 


]-48,/)/. 1-4 


908 


Nov-Dec 1908 


6 [ 


1-178,/'/. / 


909 


Mai-Jun 1909 


7 [ 


]-92 


909 


Jun-Jul 1909 


8 [ 


]-90, /?/. 1-2 


909 


Nov-Dec 1909 


9 [ 


]-92 


909 


Nov-Dec 1909 


10 [ 


]-8i 


910 


Jun- Aug 19 10 


II [ 


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910 


Jul-Sep 1910 


12 [ 


]-82 


910 


Nov-Dec 1 9 10 


13 [ 


]-io6 


911 


Mai-Jul 191 1 


13 [ 


]-86,/;/. 1-2 


912 


Jul-Sep 191 1 


15 [ 


]-55 


913 


Mai-Jul 191 3 


16 [ 


1-107 


914 


Mar-Mai 1914 


17 [ 


l-i II 


915 


Mar-Aug 1915 


18 [ 


]-i 12 


916 


Jul-Sep 1 916 


19 [ 


1-70 


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late 191 7 


20 [ 


1-47 


917 


late 191 7 


21 [ 


1-65 


918 




22 [ 


1-86 


918 


Nov-Dec 19 1 8 


23 [ 


1-91 


919 


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The dates for the Hefte of the Sitzungsberichte cannot always be the dates of publication 
since the dates on which the manuscripts were presented to sessions of the Academy are 
sometimes later than the dates appearing on the covers. 
Titles: ''Fragmente zur Mykologie I. bis XVIII. Mitteilung Nr. i bis 1000 . . . VVien, 1902 bis 

19 1 6, Aus der kaiserlich-koniglichen Hof- und Staatsdruckerei in Kommission bei Alfred 

Holder ..." 

"Generahndex zu den Fragmenten zur Mykologie I. bis XVIII. Mitteilung Nr. i. bis 

1000 . . . Wien, 1916, Aus der . . . (id.). 

'Tragmente . . . (XIX Mitteilung, Nr looi bis 1030)" . . . Wien (id.). 

"Fragmente . . . (XX Mitteilung, Nr 1031 bis 1057)" . . . Wien (id.). 

"Fragmente . . . (XXI Mitteilung, Nr 1058 bis 1091)" . . . Wien (id.). 

"Fragmente . . . (XXII Mitteilung, Nr 1092 bis 1 153)" ... Wien (id.. 

"Fragmente . . . (XXIII Mitteilung, Nr 1154 bis 1 188)" . . . Wien (id.). 



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"Fragmente . . . (XXIV Mitteilung, Nr 1189 bis 1214)" . . . Wien (id.). 
Generalindex der Fragmente i bis 1000: Wien (aus der kaiserlich-koniglichen Hof- und 

Staatsdruclcerei) s.d., p. [iJ-Sg. (publ. 1916; Nat. Nov. Jan 1917) (Index to nos. 1000- 

1057 in Falck, Mykol. Unters. Ber. i : ii-iii. 1923). 
XXV Mitteilung (Nr 12 15 bis 1225), Wien (Holder-Pichler-Tempsky A.G.) 1923 (Nat. Nov. 

Mar 1924), cover, p. [89]-! 18, reprinted from Sitzungsber. 132(4-6): 89-118. 1923. 

Copies: MICH, USDA. - Not reproduced in facsimile ed.; published posthumously. 
General review of v. H.'s taxonomic and nomenclatural decisions : "Verzeichnis der von mir gemach- 

ten Angaben zur Systematik und Synonymic der Pilze" in Osterr. bot. Z. 63(4) : 167-171. 

Apr 1913, 63(6) : 232-240. Jun 1913, 63(7) : 293-302. Jul 1913, 63(8/9) : 374-432. Aug-Sep 

i9i3> 63(10) : 422-432. Oct 1913, 63(1 1) : 458-471. Nov 1913, 63(12) : 495-510. Dec 1913. 

2860. Mykologische Fragmente von Prof. Dr. Franz v. Hohnel in Wien. Burg B.M. (Druck von 

A. Hopfer) 1903- 1920. Oct. {Mykol. Fragm.). 

Publ. : A series of papers published in the Annales mycologici, some of which were reprinted with 
original pagination and new t.p.'s as above. Sets 1-3 (copies at FH) have the imprint 
Berlin-Potsdam (Druck von A. W. Hayn's Erben); for set 6-8 imprint as above; 10-13 
Berlin (R. Friedlaender & Sohn). 

set nos. Annales mycologici dates 



[I] 


1-27 


1(5) 


[39i]-4i4- 


30 Sep 1903 


[2] 


28-41 


1(6) 


[5221-534- 


10 Dec 1903 


[3] 


42-69 


2(1) 


[381-60. 


15 Feb 1904 


[4] 


70-75 


2(3) 


[271I-277- 


31 Mai 1904 


[5] 


76 


3(2) 


[187I-190- 


10 Mai 1905 


[6] 


77-79 


3(4) 


[323I-339- 


20 Sep 1905 


[7] 


98-105 


3(5) 


[4021-409. 


Oct 1905 


[8] 


106-117 


3(6) 


[548I-560. 


10 Feb 1906 


[9] 


118 


8(6) 


[590I- 


15 Dec 1910 


[ID] 


119 


9(3) 


[213I-216. 


I Jun 191 1 


[10] 


120-190 


15(5): [2931-383- 


30 Nov 1 9 1 7 


[II] 


191-290 


16(1,2): [351-I74- 


31 Jul 1917 


[12] 


291-314 


17(2-6): [1141-133. 


lojun 1920 


[13] 


315-333 


18(1 


-3): 71-97- 


31 Aug. 1920 



Copies: FH, USDA. - We saw no reprints with new t.p.'s of sets 4-5 and 9. 

2861. K.K.TechnischeHochschulein Wien. Uber exakte und deskriptive Wissenschaft. Antritts- 
Rede des Rektors . . . bei der feierlichen Inauguration am 21. Oktober 1905. Wien (Verlag 
der k.k. Technischen Hochschule) 1905. Oct. [Exakte descr. Wiss.). 

Publ.: Nov-Dec 1905, p. [1I-20. Copy: FH. 

2862. Beitrdge zur Kenntnis der Corticieen . . . Wien (aus der kaiserlich-koniglichen Hof- und 
Staatsdruckerei. In Kommission bei Alfred Holder, . . .) 1906- 1908, 3 parts. Qu. [Beitr. 
Cortic. ) . 

Co-author: Viktor Litschauer (1879-1939). 

/: Oct-Dec 1906 (Nat. Nov. Feb(2) 1907), p. [1I-72. -Reprinted from S.B. k. Akad. Wiss. 

Wien, math, naturw. Klasse 115(1): 1549- 1620. Oct 1906. 
2: Mai-Aug 1907 (Nat. Nov. Jan(i) 1908), p. [il-i 14,/'/. 1-4. - Reprinted from id. 1 16(1) : 

739-852. Mai 1907. 
3: Nov-Dec 1908 (Nat. Nov. Mai(i) 1909), p. [i]-44. -Reprinted from id. 117(1): 1081- 

II 24. Oct 1908. 

Copy: USDA. 

Other publications on Corticieae by Hohnel und Litschauer: 

(i) Revision der Corticieen, in Dr. J. Schroter's "Pilze Schlesiens" . . . Ann. mycol. 4(3) : 288- 

294. 5 Jun 1906 (also as reprint) [Copy: FH). 
(2) Osterreichische Corticieen, in Wiesner Festschrift 56-80. 1908 [Copy: FH). 



231 



(3) Westfdlische Corticieen, Osterr. bot. Z. 58(9): 329-335. Sep 1908; reprint p. [ij-y. {Copy: 
FH). 

(4) Norddeutsche Corticieen, Osterr. bot. Z. 58(1 1) : 441-444. Nov 1908, 58(12) : 470-478. Dec 
1908; reprint p. [i]-i2 {Copy: FH). 

2863. Revision von 2g2 der von J. Feltgen aufgestellten Ascomycetenformen auf Grund der Original- 
exemplare [Wien 1906]. {Revis. Feltgen Ascom.-Form.). 

Publ. :Aug-Sep 1906, p. [i]-i39. Coj&j;: FH.- Reprinted from Si tzungsber.Akad.Wiss. Wien, 
math. nat. CI. 115(1): 1 189-1327. 1906. -Johann Feltgen, Luxemburg mycologist (x- 
1904). For relevant publications by Feltgen see LS. 

2864. Index zu M. Britzelmayr'' s Hymemomyceten-Arbeiten von Prof. Dr. Franz v. Hohnel in 
Wien [Augsburg 1906] Oct. {Index Britzelmayr) . 

Publ.: Nov-Dec 1906 (Nat. Nov. Dec(2) 1906), p. [3]-i77, [178, abbr.]. Copies: FH(2). 
- Reprinted from Ber. naturw. Ver. Augsburg 37: 3-178. 1906. - N.B. This Index was 
accidentally omitted from our treatment ofBritzelmayr in vol. i. (Max Britzelmayr, 1839- 
1909)- 

2865. Ergebnisse der botanischen Expedition der kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaf- 
ten nach Siidbrasilien 1901 . H. Band. Thallophyta und Bryophyta herausgegeben von Prof. 
Dr. V. Schiffner. Eumycetes et myxomycetes . Bearbeitet von Prof. Dr. Franz v. Hohnel . . . Wien 
(Aus der kaiserlich-koniglichen Hof- und Staatsdruckerei . . .) 1907. Qu. {Eumyc. myx- 
om.). 

Publ.: 1907, p. [i], [i]-45,/)/. 1 with [i] p. text (uncol. lith.). Copies:B, Stevenson. -Reprinted 
from Denkschr. Akad. Wiss. Wien, mat. -naturw. Kl. 83: 1-45. 1907. 

2866. Verzeichnis der von mir gemachten Angaben zur Systematik und Synonymie der Pilze . . . Wien 
(Selbstverlag des Verfassers. - Buchdruckerei Carl Gerold's Sohn) 19 14. {Verz. Syst. Synon. 
Pilze). 

Publ.: 1 914, p. [i]-74. Copy: FH. - Reprinted from various issues of Osterr. bot. Zeit. 191 3, 
Heft 4-12, between p. 167-510. Type moved. - Important index to all of von Hohnel's 
mycological publications. Original publication in O.b.Z. 191 3: 

Heft pages date Heft pages date 



4 


167-171 


Apr 1913 


10 


422-432 


Oct 1913 


6 


232-240 


Jun 1913 


1 1 


458-471 


Nov 19 1 3 


7 


293-302 


Jul 1913 


12 


495-510 


Dec 1913 


8/9 


374-389 


Aug/Sep 191 3 









Hohnel, Ludwig Ritter von (1857- 1942), Austrian naval officer and explorer. {L. Hohn.)._ 

HERBARIUM and types: Some material attributed to him at B and H. Most collections are 

probably filed under S. Teleki. 

Ref.: Sayre, C, Mem. New York Bot. Card. 19(3): 340. 1975. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BM 2: 853, 6: 471; Kew 3:7; NDB 9: 320-321 ; Rehder 5: 

397; Urban-Berl. p. 302, 357. 

Weese, Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 38: (i03)-(i26). 1920. 

eponymy: Hoehnelia G. Schweinfurth (1892). 

2867. ^um Rudolph-See und Stephanie-See. Die Forschungsreise des Grafen Samuel Teleki in 
Ost-Aequatorial-Afrika 1887- 1888 geschildert von seinem Begleiter Ludwig Ritter von 
Hohnel k.u.k. Linienschiffs-Lieutenant. Mit 179 Original-Illustrationen und 2 grossen 
Karten in reichem Farbendruck. Wien (Alfred Holder) 1892. {Rudolph- Stephanie-See). 
Publ.: [i89i-]i892 (p. viii: Mai 1892), in 30 parts as follows (dates Nat. Nov., actual 

pubUcation possibly in previous month), p. [i]-xviii, [i]-877, 2 maps, 179 ill. Copy: Kon. 

Bibl. 's Gravenhage. 

232 



Lieferung pages dates Lieferung pages dates 

1-3 1-96 Dec 1891 i4"i7 401-528 Jul 1892 

4-6 97-176 Feb 1892 18-19 529-592 Aug 1892 

7-8 177-240 Mar 1892 20-24 593-752 Oct 1892 

9-13 241-400 Mai 1892 25-30 [i]-xviii, 753-877 Dec 1892 

Leader of expedition; Graf Samuel Teleki (1845-1916). 

Authors of botanical chapters; (i) Georg August Schweinfurth (1836- 1925), Phan., p. 852-868. 

(2) Karl August Friedrich Wilhelm Miiller (1818-1899), Musci, p. 868-870. 

(3) Franx Stephani (1842- 1927), Hepaticae, p. 870. 

(4) Jean Miiller Arg. (1828-1896), Lichenes, p. 871-872. 

Hoek, Julie L., later Redeke-Hoek [fl. 1901), Dutch botanist at den Helder; married to H. 
C.Redeke. {J. Hoek). 

HERBARIUM and TYPES : Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY; BL 2! 434, 669; Tucker 1 : 345. 
Cannegieter, Morks Magazijn, Dordrecht 29: 225-233, 1927. 

2868. Flora van Helder handleiding tot het bestemmen der in en om Helder, Huisduinen en 
het Koegras wildgroeiende en op openbare plaatsen algemeen aangeplante kruiden, heesters 
en boomen bewerkt door Julie Hoek en Dr. H. C. Redeke. Te Helder (bij C. de Boer Jr.) 
1 90 1. Oct. {Fl. Helder). 

Co-author: Heinrich Karl Redeke (1873- 1945). 

Orig.ed.: 1901 (Bot. Zeit. i Apr and i Jul 1902; Nat. Nov. Dec(i) i90i),p. [i-vi], 1-2 16. Copy: 

U. 
Eerste supplement - Lijst van sedert de uitgave van de flora tot het einde van 1903 nieuw 

gevonden planten, bewerkt door J. L. Redeke-Hoek en Dr. H. C. Redeke. Te Helder bij 

C. de Boer Jr. - 1904. Oct., p. [i]-8. Copy: U. - Miss Julie Hoek had in the meantime 

married her co-author. 
Ref: Buchenau, F. G. P., Bot. Zeit. 60(2): 234-235. i Aug 1902. 

Hoppner, Hans (1873-post 1934). German botanist. (Hoppner). 

HERBARIUM and types: Orchidaceae exsiccatae,(a.sc. 1-9. nos. 1-235, ed. 191 1-1928, at B, GB, L, 
U. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BFM 51, 52; CSP 15: 886. 

2869. Flora des Westfdlisch-Rheinischen Industrie gebietes unter Einschluss der Rheinischen 
Bucht . . . Dortmund (Verlag von Fr. Wilh. Ruhfus) 1926. Oct. {Fl. Westf. Industriegeb .) 
Co-author: Hans Preuss (1879- 1935). 

Publ.:]u\-Aug 1926 (p. [xi]: Easter 1926; Nat. Nov. Aug 1926), p. [iv]-xxviii, 1-381. Copies: 

B(2). 

Hoess, Franz (1756- 1840), Austrian botanist and forester, professor at the Mariabrunn 
school of forestry (nr. Wien), later at Windischmarchwitz in Schlesien. {Hoess). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 187; BM 2: 854; Hortus 3: 1195 ("Hoess"); 
Kanitz p. 169; PR 41 16-41 18 (ed. i : 4545-4547); Rehder 5: 397; Tucker i : 345; Zander ed. 
10, p. 670. 
Neilreich, A., Verh. zool.-bot. Ver. Wien 5: 39. 1855. 

2870. Gemeinfassliche Anleitung die Bdume und Strduche Oesterreichs aus den Bldttern zu erkennen. 
Zum Selbstunterrichte entworfen von Franz Hoss. Wien (Gedruckt bey Anton Strauss's sel. 
Witwe) 1830. Oct. {Anleit. Bdume Strduche Oesterr.). 

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Publ.: 1830, p. [i*-xxxii*], [i]-lxxviii, [i, h.t.], [i]-38o, [i, err.], />/. i-io (uncol. copper 
engr.). Copy: MO. 

Hoeven, Jan van der (i 801-1868), Dutch zoologist at Leiden. [Hoeven). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Backer p. 269; Barnhart 2: 187; BM 2: 854-855, 6: 472; CSP 

3: 380, 383, 7--995>6: 689; DSB 6: 453-454; JW 4: 389; Lasegue p. 547; PR 41 19 (ed. i: 

4548); Quenstedt p. 204; Relider 5: 397; SO add. i24ih, 2724. 

Harting, Jaarb. k. Akad. Wet. 1868: 1-34. (bibl). 

Groshans, Levensber. Maatsch. Ned. Letterk. 1870: 52-121. 

Klaauw, C.J. v.d., Hooger onderwijs zoologie Leiden 8-20, 64-94. 1926. 

Huizinga, J., Verz. werken 8: 303. 1951. 

2871. Tijdschrift voor natuurlijke geschiedenis en physiologie . Uitgegeven door J. van der Hoeven 
... en W. H. de Vriese . . . Amsterdam (1-3: C. G. Sulpke, 4-12:8. en J. Luchtmans) 1834- 
1845, 12 vols. Oct. [Tijdschr. nat. geschied.). 
Co-editor: Willem Hendrik de Vriese (1806- 1862). 

Publ.: for more precise dates see table below. Copies: KNAW, MO, NY, Teyler. -The second 
set of regularly numbered pages in each volume contains the "boekbeschouwingen." 



[i*-iii*], [i]-vii, [viii], [i]-294, [i, h.t.], [i]-235, ind. [1]-% pi. 1-9. i! 



2: [i]-vii, [i]-377, [i, h.t.], [i]-i7i, [i, err.], ind. [i]-8,j&/. 1-9. 1835. 

5: [i]-viii, [vii]-viii [29 Jul 1836], [i]-356, [i, h.t.], [i]-i94, ind. [i]-io,/)/. 1-12. 18 

^: [i]-viii, [i]-425, [i]-90, [ind. 1-9. err. lo-ii],/)/. 1-4, §a, b,6-io. 1837-1838. 

5: [i]-viii, [i]-343> N-174, [ind. 1-13],/'/- 1-8. 1838-1839. 

6: [i]-viii, [i]-326, [i]-ioo, [ind. 1-9], [1-2, err.], [i, binder],/)/. 1-12. 1839. 

7: [i]-viii, [i]-468, [i]-84, [ind. i-ii],/*/. i-io. 1840. 

8: [i]-viii, [i]-4i2, [i]-i36, [ind. 1-21, err. 22], pi. i-j [6 as "vii", 7 as "vi"). 1841. 

9: [i]-viii, [i]-348, [i]-i39, [140], [i, binder],/)/, /-j, charts A(2), B, C. 1842. 

10: [i]-ix, [i]-396, [i, err.], [i]-i95,pl- i-?- 1843. 

//: [i]-xi, [i, err.], [i]-4i4, [i]-i87, [ind. 1-8],/)/. 7-7, charts 1-5 (3 as 3-4). 1844. 

12: [i]-x, [i]-29i, [i]-i72, [ind. 1-5],/)/. 1-6. 1845. 



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I 




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I 


1-90 


1834 


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2-6 


91-198 


1834 






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7 


199-224 


1834 






4 




223-294 


8-9 


225-235 


Aug-Dec 1834 


2 




I, 


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i-?i58 


1-2 


I- 146, err. 


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3-4 


147-160 


prob.Jun 1835 






4 




255-377 


5-9 


161-171 


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I 




1-87 


1-3 


1-105 


prob.Jun 1836 


(1836) 




2 




89-162 


4-9 


106, err. 


1836 






3 




163-289 


10 


107-167 


1836 






4 




291-356 


11-12 


169-194 


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2 


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I 


1-19 


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1838) 


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4 


221-425 


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20, err., 23-90 


Feb 1838 


5 




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1-150 


1-4 


1-128 


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839) 


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4 




273-343 


6-8 


129, 174, err. 


prob. Mar 1839 


6 




I, 


2 


1-172 


1-6 


1-59 


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(1839) 




3 




173-243 


7-9 


6 1 - 1 00 


prob. Jul 1839 






4 




245-326 


10-12 


1 01- 102, err. 




7 




I, 


2 


1-283 


1-7 


1-63 


Jan-Jun 1840 


(1840) 




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4 


285-468 


8-10 


64, err., 65-84 


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I 


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2 


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2-3 


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3 


203-276 


4 


73-116 






prob. Jul 1 84 1 




4 


277-412 


5-7 


117-136, 


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, ind. 


prob. Nov 1 84 1 


9 


I 


1-93 


1-2 


1-46 






Jun 1842 


(1842) 


2,3 


95-265 


3-4 


47-82 






Aug-Sep 1842 




4 


267-348 


5 


83-140, 


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prob. Nov 1842 


10 


I 


1-96 


I 


1-80 






Mar-Mai 1843 


(1843) 


2,3 


97-354, err. 


2-5 


81-126 






prob. Sep 1843 




4 


355-385 


6-7 


127-195 






Oct-Dec 1843 


II 


I 


i-i 1 1 


1-3 


1-91 






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2 


1 13-163 


4-5 


92 (err.) 


93-1 


34 


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3,4 


165-215 


6-7 


135-187 






prob. Dec 1844 


12 


I 


[i]-76 


I 


1-32 






prob. Mai 1845 


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2 


77-162 




33-70 






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163-291 


2-6 


71-172, 


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ReJ.: Steenis, Kruseman, M.J. van, Fl. males. Bull. 18: 1013-1016. 1963. 



Hofberg, Johan Herrman (1823-1880), Swedish botanist; studied at Uppsala, Dr. phil. 
h. C.Jena 1877; curator of the Royal Armoury at Stockholm. [Hofierg). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 187; BM 2: 855; KR p. 298. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2) : 42. 1903; 3(3): 17. 1905. 

2872. Sodermanlands phanerogamer och Jilices . . . Stockholm (P. A. Huldbergs Boktryckeri) 
1852. Duod. (in sixes). [Sodermanlands phan.fil.). 

PubL: 1852, p. [i]-87. Copy: NY. 

Hofer, Johannes [Jean] ( 1697- 1 781), Swiss botanist. {Hofer). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 187; Dryander 2: 335, 3: 79, 214, 245, 4: 346. 

note: Rothmaler (Repert. Sp. nov. 53(1) : 29. 1944) dates the two publications by Hofer in 
Acta helv. (phys.-math.-anat.-bot.-med.) 2: 14-20, and 131-159 at Feb 1755, thus antedat- 
ing most other 1755 pubhcations in systematic botany. The pubhcation in the same journal 
5: 267-268. 1762 cannot so far be dated with further precision. 

Hoffberg, Carl Fredrik (i 729-1 790), Swedish physician and botanist, ultimately court- 
physician (1762-1788) at Stockholm. [Hoffb.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: i88;BM2: 855; Dryander 2: 95, 516, 3: 21 ; GR 

p. 508; KRp. 298-299; Krempelh. i : 515; LS 12393; PR4121 (ed. i : 4551-4552) ; Rehder 5: 

397; SO 650b, 650C, 65od, 1299, 1823. 

Fries, Th. M., BrefSkrifv. Linne 1(1): 84. 1907. 

Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2): 42. 1903, 3(3): 17. 1905. 

2873. Anwisning til naturens kdnnedom. Forsta Delen. Om Waxt-Riket. Efter Herr Arch, och 
Riddaren von Linnes Botaniska Grunder, forfattad af Carl Fredr. Hoffberg, M.D. . . . 
Stockholm [Tryckt hos Johan Georg Lange] 1768. Oct. [Anwisn. nat. kdnned.). 

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Publ.: 1768, sign. Ai-G^, p. [i]-8i, [82-107, ind.], [109-1 12, expl. pi.],/)/, i-io (uncol. copper 
engr.). Copy: NY. - For second and third edition see no. 2874. 

2874. Anwisning til Wdxt-Rikets kdnnedom. Forra delen. Om Waxternes delar och almanna 
egenskaper. Sednare delen. De i Swerige wildt waxande, i tradgardar, plantager och pa 
akrar upodlade, samt de namnkunnigaste utlandske waxter; med indelings-ordning, kan- 
nemarken, lakedoms och hushalls-nytta, hem-orter, upodlings satt, m.m. . . . Andra Up- 
lagan, fbrbattrad och widatilokt [Stockholm (P. A. Brociin)] s.d. [1784]. Oct. [Anwisn. Wdxt- 
Rik. kdnned.). 

Publ.: 1784 (seep. [21] of index), p. [i-viii], [i]-267, [i -21, ind.],/?/. i-io, uncol. copper engr. 

[1-12, ind.]. Copies: NY, USDA. -The subtitle mentions "andra uplagan" (second ed.). 

This refers to the original pubhcation "Anwisning til naturens kannedom . . . Stockholm 

(J. G. Lange) 1768. Oct., see no. 2873. 
Ed.2'- Stockholm Q. C. Holmberg) 1 792. Oct., p. 460, 62, 10 pi. in collaboration with Anders 

Johan Hagstrom (1753- 1830). 

Hoffmann, Carl [Karl] (1802-1883), German botanist. (C. Hojfm.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BFM 1255; NI 899-900; Rehder 5: 397; SO add. 87ia-d. 

2875. Planzen-Atlas nach dem Linnfschen System. 80 fein colorirte Tafeln mit mehr als 800 
Abbbildungen und erlauterndem Text . . . Stuttgart (Verlag von Jul. Hoffmann, K. 
Thienemann's Verlag) 1881. Qu. {Pfl.- Atlas Linn. Syst.). 

Ed. [/]: Mar-Dec 1881, p. [i*], [i]-iv, [i]-88,/)/. 1-80 (col. liths.). Copies: G, NY. - Published 

in 12 parts (part i : Bot. Zeit. 27 Mai 1881, part 12: id. 30 Dec 1881). 
Ed. 2: Stuttgart (id.) 1883. Qu., p. [i*], [i]-iv, [i]-88,/)/. 1-80 (id.). Copy: B. -NI mentions a 

second edition of 1897. We have not been able to trace a copy of this reissue. 
Ed. j: Stuttgart 1901. Qu. (n.v.). "Ganzlich umgearbeitet von J. Hoffmann." 

Part i: p. 1-8, 4 pi. Apr 1901. 

Part 2-y: p. 9-56, 24pl.]\i\ 1901. 

Part 8-16: p. 57-140, [1-8], j5/)/. Nov 1901. 
Ed. 4: 1910 (Nat. Nov. Apr(2) 1910), unchanged (n.v.). 

Ed.^: 1918 (Nat. Nov. Oct 1918), "umgearbeitet von Eberhard Dennert" (i86i-x). (n.v.). 
Swedish ed. : Bilder ur Vdxtverlden . . . translation J. Mela, Stockholm 1884, 80 pi. (Bot. Zeit. 29 

Feb 1884) (n.v.). 

2876. Botanischer Bilder-Atlas nach de Candolle's naturlichem Pflanzensystem. Mit iiber 500 
naturgetreuen Pflanzenbildern auf 85 fein kolorierten Tafeln und erlauterndem Text . . . 
Stuttgart (Verlag von Julius Hoffmann (K. Thienemanns Verlag)) [1883-] 1884. Qu. [Bot. 
Atlas DC. Pfl.-Syst.). 

Ed. [/]: in fifteen parts, 1883-1884, p. [i*], [i]-xxvi, [i]-i02,/?/. /-^j (col. hths.). Coj6z>^: BR, 
NY. - The contents of the parts as given below are in part conjectural. 

part pages plates Nat. Nov. Bot. Zeit. 

1 1-6 1-6 Mai 1883 29jun 1883 

2 7-12 y-i2 Jun 1883 27 Jul 1883 

3 13-18 13-18 Jul 1883 31 Aug 1883 

4 19-24 19-24 Aug 1883 31 Aug 1883 

5 25-30 25-30 Sep 1883 28 Sep 1883 

6 31-36 31-36 28 Sep 1883 

7 37-42 37-42 Oct 1883 30 Nov 1883 

8 43-48 43-48 Nov 1883 28 Dec 1883 

9 49-54 49-54 Dec(i) 1883 28 Dec 1883 

10 55-60 55-55 Dec(2) 1883 28 Dec 1883 

11 61-66 60-64 Dec(2) 1883 28 Dec 1883 

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Ed. 2: s.l. (Verlag fiir Naturkunde Sprosser & Nagele) s.d. [1895-1896], p. [i*-iv*], [i]- 
xxxviii, [i]-i94,/)/. 1-80 (col. liths.). Copies: B, G, NY (with sticker over orig. imprint with 
above text). Artists: P. Wagner, G. Ebenhusen. 
Publ.: in 18 parts between Jul 1895 and Dec 1896; edited by Julius Hoffmann, who was 

also the original publisher, at Stuttgart. 
Part i: 1-8, Jul 1895; 2-5: 9-14. Dec 1895-1896; 6-11: 41-88, Mai 1896; 12-18: 89-194, ix- 
xxxviii. Nov. 1896. 

Ed.j:jan 191 1 (Nat. Nov. Feb(i) 191 1), Stuttgart (E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhand- 
lung Nagele & Sproesser) 191 1. Qu., p. [i-iii], [i]-272, pi. 1-86. Copy: NY. - "Hoffman- 
Dennert Botanischer Bilderatlas nach dem natiirlichem Pflanzensystem zugleich eine Flora 
zur Bestimmung samtlicher in Deutschland vorkommenden Pflanzen ..." Newly edited 
by Eberhard Dennert ( 1 86 1 -x) . Published in 1 6 parts 1 9 1 o- 1 9 1 1 ; Lief, i Jun 1 9 1 o ; 2-5 (p. 
17-80, 20 pi.) Aug 1910; 6-13 (p. 81-224, 34 P^-) Dec 1910. 
This new edition was followed by a fourth and a fifth (1918) edition (n.v.). 

Russianed. ,oi&d. 2, by N. A. Monteverde, St. Petersburgh 1897- 1899 (at least 9 parts, 208 p., 
72 pi.) (n.v.). 

Hoffmann, Ferdinand (i860- 19 14), German botanist, at Charlottenburg. [F. Hqffin.). 

HERBARIUM and types: B. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 188; BFM 2766; BM 2: 856; DTS6(4): 71, 154; 
Hortus 3: 1195; IH 2: 280; Kew 3: 8; LS 12395; Rehder 5: 397; Tucker i : 345. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1915: 60. 
Jahn, Verh. bot. Ver. Brandenburg 56, 198-203. 1914 (bibl., portr.). 

2877. Beitrdge zur Kenntnis der Flora von Central-0 st-Afrika. Inaugural-Dissertation zur Er- 
langung der philosophischen Doctorwiirde einer hohen philosophischen Fakultat der Uni- 
versitat Jena eingereicht von Ferdinand Hoffmann aus Charlottenburg. Berlin (Druck von 
W. & S. Loewenthal, Griinstr. 4.) 1889. Oct. [Beitr. Fl. Centr.-Ost-Afr.). 
Thesis ed.: 1889 (Bot. Zeh. 28 Nov 1889), [i]-39. Copies: BR, G, HH, MO, NY, US. -It is not 
clear whether there was a separate trade edition (but see Bot. Zeit. 31 Jan i! 



Hoffmann, Georg Franz ( i 760-1826), German botanist, professor of botany at Erlangen 
(1789), Gottingen (1792) and Moscow (1804). [Hoffm.). 

herbarium and types: MW; further material at GOET and LE. - Letters at LINN (Smith 
corr.). - On 16 Sep 1815 G. F. Hoffmann wrote to J. E. Smith reporting the loss of his 
collections by fire. 
Ref.: Lindemann, Bull. Soc. Natural. Moscou 59(1): 304. 1884. 

bibliography and biography : AG4: 75 ; Barnhart 2 : 1 88 ; Backer p. 270 ; BM 2 : 857 ; Bossert 
p. 178; CSP3: 386; DTS 1 : 120, 4: xlv; Dawson p. 1 1 1, 112, 359, 417; Dryander 5: 285-286; 
GRp. 20-21, cat. p. 65; Hawksworthp. 183; Hortus 3: 1 195 ("Hoffm.") ; HU678; IF p. 703; 
Jackson p. 559 [index]; Kew 3: 8; Krempelh. 2: 56-58; Laseguep. 337,339,353; Lipschitz3: 
18-19; LS 1 2396- 1 2405; MWp. 184; NI 888-897; Plesch p. 265; PR 41 25-4140 (ed. 1:4581- 
4590) ; Rehder 5: 397; RS p. 87-88; SBC p. 122 ("Hoffm.") ; SO 735a; ST p. 63; Stevensonp. 
1245; TR 581-584; Zander ed. 10, p. 670-671. 

Anon., Bot. Zeit., Regensburg 3: 255-256. 1804; Flora 9: 336. 1826. 
Bourdeille, Bull. Soc. imp. Natur. Moscou ser. 2. 6: 364-365, 489-490. 1900. 
Ewan, J. et al.. Short hist. bot. U.S. 90. 1969. 
Hausmann, F., Fl. Tirol 3: 1 180. 1854. 
H.E., Rev. Encycl. ser. 3. 43: 258. 1829. 

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J., Diet. sci. med. 5: 260-261. 1822 (bibl.). 

Killermann, S., Z. Pilzk. 4: 92-96. 1925, 5: 50-57. 1925 (relations with Persoon) ; Denkschr. 

Bayer, bot. Ges. Regensburg 19: 1-96. 1933. 
Lipschitz, S. J., G. F. Hoffmann, Moskwa 1940. 
Merrill, E. D., Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 30(1): 153. 1947. 
Schmid, G., Z. Pilzk. 17(2) : 54-60. 1933 (relation with Persoon) ; Goethe und die Naturwis- 

senschaften 524. 1940. 
Sheder, S. G., The Komarov Botanical Institute 45, 197. 1967. 
Stafleu, F. A., in Daniels and Stafleu, Taxon 21(2/3): 374. 1972 (portr.). 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Hord Berg. 3(2): 130. 1903. 

DATE OF birth: Hoffmann was bom at Marktbreit (Unterfranken) on 13 Jan 1760. The date 
3 1. 1. 1 761, cited by various older sources is erroneous. Grummann (GR p. 20) checked the 
birthdate in the Marktbreit church archives. 

handwriting: Candollea 30: 395-396. 1975. 

COMPOSITE works: Smith, J. E., Compendium florae Brittaniae in usum florae Germanicae editum a 
Georgio Francisco Hoffmann, Erlangae (apud Joannem Jacobem Palm) 1801. - i6mo (in 
eights), p. [i-x], [i]-274, [1-6, index]. Copy: HH. - See under J. E. Smith. 
Note: for Phytographische Blatter see no. 2889. 

eponymy: Hoffmannia O. Swartz (1788); Hojfmannia Willdenow (1789). 

2878. Enumeratio lichenum iconibus et descriptionibus illustrata a Georg Franc. Hoffmann. 
Fascic. I Lepra Verrucaria Tubercularia Scutellaria. Erlangae (Sumtibus Wolfgangi Wal- 
theri) 1784 [-1786]. Qu. t- {Enum. lich.). 

Publ.: 1784 [-1786], p. [i], [i]-\02, pi. 1-22, uncol. copper engr. Copies: FH, G, MICH, NY; 
IDC 579. - PR states that the book was published in three parts, part 2 1 784, part 31 786. 
We have seen no t.p.'s of these parts and do not know the contents. Ease, i possibly 
comprised p. [i]-54 and/)/. 1-8. The text ends abruptly with p. 102. 

2879. Historia salicum iconibus illustrata . . . Lipsiae [Leipzig] (Impensis Siegfried Lebrecht 
Crusii) 1 785- 1 79 1. 2 vols. Fol. ]". {Hist, salic. ill.). 

vol. fasc. pages plates dates 

1 I [i]-32 1-5 1785, Feb-Jun 

2 [33]-48 6-10 1785, Feb-Jun 

3 [49]'66 11-16 1786, prob. Sep-Oct 

4 [i*], [i], 67-78 17-24 1787, prob. Sep-Oct 

2 I [i]-i2 25-2g,3i i79i,Jan-Jun 

The t. p. for vol. i [i*], dated 1787, was issued with part 4. The book was issued with coloured 
(copies NY, U) as well as with plain plates (other copies seen), (copper engravings of 
drawings by the author). Copies: B, G, HU (as AD 70) ; L, M, MO (a few pi. col.), NY (plates 
col.) U (plates col.), USDA; IDC 5954. 

2880. Georg. Franc. Hoffmann med. doct. De vario lichenum usu commentatio sect. I. Erlangae 
[Erlangen] (Impensis Joh. Jac. Palm.) 1786. Qu. [Var. lich. usu). 

Publ: 1786, p. [i]-35, [36, theses]. Copies: G, MICH, NY. 

Ed.[2'\: 1787, see below under Memoires, . . . sur I'utilite des lichens (no. 2881). 

2881. Memoires, couronnes en I'annee 1786, par.l'Academie des Sciences, Belles-Lettres et 
Arts de Lyon, sur rutilite des lichens, dans la medecine et dans les arts; par MM. G. F. 
Hoffmann, . . . Amoreux, fils, . . . et Willemet . . . Lyon (Chez Piestre et Delamolhere) 
1787. Oct. {Util. lich.). 

Co-authors: Pierre Joseph Amoreux (1741-1824) [?, author is "Amoreux fils"]; Pierre Remi 

Francois de Paule Willemet (1762- 1790). 
Publ. : I 787 (priv. p. [3] : 1 7 Sep 1 787) , p. [i, iii*] , [i]-xxxvi, followed by three articles : [a] by 

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Willemet, p. [i], [i]-48, [b] by Amoreux, p. [i], [i]-i03, and [c] by Hoffmann, p. [i], [i]- 
60, pi. 1-8, [i], 61-68, [1-3, privilege]. Copies: BR, G, Stevenson; IDC 922. 

[a] : Willemet, '' Lichenographie economique, ou histoire des lichens utiles dans la medecine et les 

arts." 
[b] : Amoreux, fils, "Recherches et experiences siir les divers lichens, dont on pent faire usage en 

medecine et dans les arts." 
[c] : Hoffman, "Commentatio de vario lichenum usu.'" This is a reprint of the 1 786 publ. "De vario 

lichenum usu commentatio" (see no. 2880). 
The text on p. [i] -xxxvi is by Jean Emmanuel Gilibert (1741-1814), who also served as editor. 

2882. Observationes botanicae. Erlangen (apud Joannen[sic] Jacobum Palm) 1787. Qu- [Ob- 
serv. bot.). 

Publ.: 1787, p. [i]-i9. Copies: G, USDA. 

2883. Vegetabilia cryptogama [Erlangae (Sumtujoh. Jac. Palm)] 1 787-1 790, 2 parts. Qu. (in 
twos). {Veg. crypt.). 

[/:] 1787 (p. viii, Mar 1787), cover, p. [i*, iii*], [i]-vui, [i]-42,/)/. 1-8. Index on p. [3] cover. 
[2:] 1790, cover, p. [i-vi], [i]-34, /)/. 1-8. 

Copies: G, MICH, MO, NY, Stevenson, US, USDA. - The plates are uncoloured copper 
engr. by the author. The title has "cryptogama" on the regular t.p.'s but "cryptogamica" on 
the covers. These covers also carry the imprint. 

2884. Nomenclator Jungorum. Pars I. Agarici. Accedunt tabulae vi aeri incisae et ab auctore 
deHneatae. Verzeichniss der Schwamme. Erster Theil. Bliitterschwamme. Mit 6 nach der 
Natur vom Verfasser gezeichneten Kupfertafeln. Berhn (bey Joachim Pauh, Buchhandler) 
1789. Oct. I {Nomencl.fung.). 

Part i: 1789 (p. vi: 18 Mar 1789; GGA 14 Sep 1789), p. [i]-viii, [i]-256,/*/. /-6'(uncol. copp. 

engr.). Copies: NY, Stevenson, US. - Anonymous; see also no. 2885. 
Continuatio prima, indice locupleta . . . Erste Fortsetzung, nebst dreifachen register. Berlin 

(id.) 1790. Oct., publ.: 1790, p. [i]-85. Copy: Stevenson. 
i2e/.:BM2:857. 

2885. Abbildungen der Schwamme. Erstes [-Drittes] Heft. Taf. i-x. [xxx]. 1 790-1 793. Qu. j. 
{Abbild. Schwamme). 

Heft i: 1790, p. [i-iii],j&/. [/-/o] (hand-col. copper engr.). 

Heft 2: 1791, p. [i, cover],/)/. {ii-2o\ (id.), index on p. [iii], cover. 

Heft 2: 1793, p. [i, ii, cover],/)/. [21-jo] (id.), index on p. [iii], cover. 

Copies: FH, Stevenson. - 30 anonymously published plates and some text on the covers of the 
fascicles. According to P. Usteri, Ann. Bot. 12: 77-80 (1794) Hoffmann was the "Heraus- 
geber". There should have been 40 plates, intended to illustrate Hoffmann's also ano- 
nymous, Nomenclator fungorum, 1 789-1 790 j (no. 2884). The first two fascicles contain 
plates which are all (except for one) copied from James Bolton's A history offungusses, 
growing about Halifax (Huddersfield 1 788-1 791). The third fascicle has 10 new species. 
The "Nachricht" contains the following statement: "... grostentheils neue von Herrn 
Persoon zu Gottingen gesammelte und zu diesem Entzweck mitgetheilte [communicated] 
Arten, der Natur auf das getreueste von der Hand eines geschickten Mahlers nachgebildet 
..." A review of fascicles 1-3 [tt. i-jo) appeared in GGA of 30 Oct 1793. 

i?^. : Killermann, S., Z. Pilz. 4: 92-96. 1925, 5: 50-57. 1925; Denkschr. bot. Ges. Regensburg 
19: 1-96. 1933. 
Schmid, Z. Pilzk. 12 (alte Folge 17): 54-60. 1933. 

2886. Descriptio et adumbratio plantarum e classe cryptogamica Linnaei quae lichenes dicuntur. 
Lipsiae [Leipzig] (Apud Siegfried Lebrecht Crusium) [1789-] 1 790-1 801, 3 vols. Fol. [Descr. 
pi. cl. crypt.). 

Publ.: three volumes, published in parts. Copies: G, USDA; IDC 813. 

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1 I [l]-32 

2 [i, ded.], 33-64 

3 [i, ded.], 65-86 

4 [i, ded.], 87-104 
t.p., pref. etc. [i*], [i]-iv, [1-2, cont.] 

2 I [i, ded.], 1-21 

2 [i, ded.], 23-46 

3 [i, ded.], 47-62 

4 [i, ded.], 63-78 
t.p., cont. [i*t.p.], [1-2, cont.] 

3 I [i» ded.], 1-14 

2 [i, ded.], 1-18 

3 [i, ded.], 1-18 

4 1-12 
t.p., cont. [i*t.p.], [1-2, cont.] 1801 
The plates are hand-coloured copper engravings. 

Portuguese ed.: ''Descriptio et adumbratio plantarum e classe criptogamica Linnaei quae lichenes 
dicuntur . . . Ad. Georg. Franc. Hoffmann p. p. e. . . . Lusitanorum botanicorum in usum, 
celsissimi ac potentissimi Lusitaniae principis regentis domini nostri, et jussu, et auspiciis 
denuo typis mandata, curante Fr. Josepho mariano Veloso." Ulysipone [Lisboa] (Typo- 
graphia domus chalcographicae, ac litterariae ad arcum caeci) 1800. Oct. (in fours). 

Editor: Jose Mariano da Concei^ao Vellozo [Velloso] (1742- 181 1). 

Vol. i: frontisp., p. [i*], [i]-vi, [i]-i24., pi. ^-'3^ '3^, 14-24. 
Vol. 2: frontisp., p. [i-iv], [i]-93,/'/. 2^-41, 42a, 42b, 43-48. 

Copy: Stevenson. Plates: hand-coloured copper engr. 

2887. Z)eMi5c/z/(jnrfjp/orfloder botanischesTaschenbuchfiir dasjahr 1791 ... Erlangen (Bey 
Johann Jacob Palm) [1791]. Oct. {Deutschl. FL). 

[Erster Jahrgang]: ]2in-M.?ir 1791, frontisp., p. [i-xxviii] , /)/. 1-12, [i*-x*], [i]-36o, [i, add.]. 
Copies: MICH, MO, NY, U, USDA. - Plates: hand-col. copper engr., in other copies 
uncol. Issues (for all 4 vols): "theils on Velin-, theils on Schreibpapier." 

^welter Theil "... fiir das Jahr 1795. Cryptogamie." Erlangen (id.) s.d., publ.: 1796, 
frontisp., p. [i-lxviii], [i]-200, [1-39, cont. and err.], pi 1-14. Copies: MICH, MO, NY, US 
(2) USDA. -Plates: execution as in vol. for 1791 ; according to the publishers statement 
(Palm 1803) there should be 14 plates, as in the US copies. Date: the Latin t.p. [iii] dated 
1795, p. xii: 1796. 

Dntter Jahrgang: "... fiir das Jahr 1800 . . . Dritter Jahrgang. I. Abtheilung. Erste bis 
Dreizehnte Klasse oder des ersten Jahrgang neue und vermehrte Auflage". Erlangen 
(id.),s.d. Oct.-Pubi: Mai-Dec 1800, frontisp., p. [i-xlviii],/?/. 1-12, [i]-273, [274, impr.]. 
Copies: MICH, MO, NY, U, US, USDA. - Plates: execution as in previous vols. 

Vierter Jahrgang: "... fiir das Jahr 1804 . . . Vierter Jahrgang oder des III. Jahrgangs II. 
Abtheilung. Vierzehnte bis drei und zwanzigste Klasse." Erlangen (id.), s.d. Oct.-Pubi: 
Feb-Mar 1804, frontisp. (by Chodowieky) p. [ii, alt. t.p. identifying this also as a new 
edition of the Erster Jahrgang. II. Abtheilung], [ui-xlvm], pi. 1-12, [i, h.t.], [i]-3o8. 
Copies: MICH, MO, NY, U, US, USDA. 

JVote: The number and arrangement of the unnumbered pages varies. Plates and accom- 
panying text may be combined. or separate. None of the copies seen was exactly identical 
with any of the other. 

French ed.: Laflore de rAllemagne ou etrennes botaniques pour I'an 1791 [. . . 1795]. Erlang 
(chez Jean Jacques Palm) 2 vols. 1 791- 1796. 

i7gi: frontisp., p. \i-v\\,pl. 1-12 (as in orig.), [i-x], [i]-36o, [361, err.]. Copies: G, NY. 
'795'- "Cryptogamie" Erlang (id.), publ. 1796 (p. 42: Mai 1796), frontisp., [i], [1-60], [i]- 
200, [39, ind., err.],/?/. 1-14 (id.). Copy: US. 

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This is a reissue, with a French t.p. and latin preface, on velin, with col. plates, of the 
original sheets. Another reissue, with English title and latin preface is mentioned by the 
publisher Palm (1803), but was not seen by us. 

2888. Hortus gottingensis quern proponit simulque orationem inchoandae professioni sacram 
indicit Georg. Franc. Hoffmann . . . Gottingae [Gottingen] (sumptibus auctoris, et prostant 
Lipsiae, apud S. L. Crusium) 1793. Fol. [Hort. gotting.). 

Publ: 1793, before 17 Jun, p. [i-iv], [i]-i4, garden plan, (hand-coloured copper engraving 

by Besemann). Copies: G, MO, NY. 
Ref.: Romer, J. J., Neues Mag. Bot. i : 332. Apr-Sep 1794. 

Usteri, P., Neue Ann. Bot. i : 126-127. 1794. 

Manitz, Wiss. Z. Fr. Schiller Univ. Jena, Mat. Nat. 24(4): 499. 1975. 

2889. Phytographische Blatter. Verfasst von einer Gesellschaft Gelehrten und herausgegeben 
von D. G. F. Hoffmann . . . Erster Jahrgang 1803. Gottingen (im Verlage bey P. G. 
Schroder) 1803. Oct. f- {Phytogr. Bl.). 

Publ: Apr-Dec 1803 (p. x: Mar 1803), p. [i]-x, [i]-i24,j&/. A-E, i-iii (copper engr., all butiii 

hand-col.). Copies: G, NY. - Published in 2 "Stiicke." 
Ref.: Anon., Bot. Zeit., Regensburg 3: 255-256. 1804. 

Meyer, Willdenowia i: 773-776. 1957. 

2890. Hortus mosquensis. Prima dedit fruges alimentaque mitia terris. 1 808. Qu. [Hort. mosq.) . 
Publ. :]un-Dec 1808 (p. v: 15 Mai 1808 (o.s.)), p. [i*-iii*], [i]-v, [vii-xiii], [i]-42 [43-5o]> ^ 

pi. (plain). Copies: M; IDC 5955. 

2891. Vegetabilia in Hercyniae subterraneis collecta iconibus descriptionibus et observationibus 
illustrata . . . Norimbergae [Niirnberg] (Impensisjoan. Frid. Frauenholz) 181 1. Fol. [Veg. 
Hercyn. subterr.). 

Publ.: 181 1 (p. vi: id. Jul 1810), p. [i-vi], [i]-34, [i, expl. pi.],/)/. 1-18 (hand-col. copper 
engr.). Copies: G, NY, Stevenson, USDA. 

2893. Syllabus plantarum umbelliferarum denuo disponendarum, exhibens enumeradonem 
omnium specierum hucusque in pharmacopoliis receptarum, iconum accuratam citadonem 
orthographiam, etymologiam et prosodiam nominum botanicorum; . . . Mosquae [Mo- 
skva] (Typis N. S. Vsevoloskianis) 1814. Oct. (size). [Syll. pi. umbelL). 

Publ.: Oct-Dec 1814 (p. ii: 26 Sep 181 4), p. [i-iv], [i]-20. Copies: G, L, NY, US (without [i- 
iv]), USDA (2 copies, each with the plates of the Genera 18 14) (no. 2895). 

2894. Icones et analyses Umbelliferarum. Mosquae [Moskva] (e typographia Nicolai Sergeidis 
Vsevoloszky) 18 14. [Icon. umbelL). 

Publ.: 1814, cover with (copy G) plates la, ib, and 2, uncoloured copper engr. Copies: G, 
LINN (the latter fide Jackson). 

2895. Georg. Franc. Hoffmann . . . Genera plantarum umbelliferarum eorumque characteres 
naturales secundum numerum, figuram, situm et proportionem omnium fructificationis 
partium. Accedunt icones et analyses aeri incisae. Mosquae (Sumtibus auctoris, typis N.S. 
Vsevolozskianis) 1814. Oct. {Gen.pl. umbelL). 

Ed. i: 1814 (p. xxii: id. Nov 1813; possibly in parts and p.p. in 1815), p. [i]-xxix, [xxx], [i]- 
182. Copies: L, NY, USDA (bound with Syllabus, 1814 (2893), followed hy pi. la, ib, 2-4). 

Ed. 2: 18 16 (p. xxii: id. Mai 18 16). Copies vary slightly. The U copy is as follows: frontisp. 
engr. t.p. 1816, p. [i]-xxxiv, [1-2, consp., motto], [i]-94, [i,h.t. vol. i, pars 2], [1-2, note], 
engr. t.p. 1816, 95-122, syllabus [i]-20, plates, la, ib, 2-4, prospectus [i]-4, Erorterungen 
[i]-34, [1-2, err.], [i-2,h.t. vol. i,pars i andmotto, wrongly bound]. Copies: MICH, MO, 
U, US, USDA. - The Syllabus was also issued separately (see above, 1814) (no. 2893). 

2896. Herbarium vivum, sive coUectio plantarum siccarum, Caesareae universitatis mos- 
quensis. Publicae utilitatis causa in ordinem secundum Systema Linnaearum digessit et 
edidit G. Fr. Hoffmann. Mosquae [Moskva] (Typis Universitatis) 1824- 1825, 2 parts. Oct. 
[Herb. viv.). 

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Pars r. 1824, p. [ij-iyg; pars 2: 1825, p. [i]-467. Copy: Helsinki University Library; 
photocopy at H. - Information by H. Luther and D. L. Hawksworth. The latter saw 
another copy at Leningrad and mentions the probable existence of a further copy at 
Moscow. In view of the existence of more than one copy the book must be considered as 
effectively pubhshed. 

HofiFmann, [Heinrich Karl] Hermann (1819-1891), German mycologist, plant-geog- 
rapher, and experimental systematist; Dr. med. Giessen 1841; practicing physician 1842; 
Privatdozent 1842; extraordinary professor 1848; from 1853 full professor of botany; from 
1 85 1 director of the botanic garden at Giessen. {H. Hqffm.). 

HERBARIUM and types: University of Giessen; some further material at MANCH and PC. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Ainsworth p. 343 [index]; Barnhart 2: 189; BFM 321, 294; 
BM 2: 857-858; Bossert p. 178; CSP 3: 387-388, 10: 250-251, 12: 339-340, 15: 892-893; De 
Toni I : Ixiv; DTS i: 120-122, (6)4: 154; Frank 3(Anh.): 45; IH 2: 280; Jackson p. 15, 97, 
loi, 163; LS 12406; Moebiusp. 262, 318, 366; NI 897n, 898; PR 4141-4149 (ed. i : 4591); 
Ratzeburg 247-248; Rehder 5: 398; Stevenson p. 1245; Tucker i : 345. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1892: 47; Bot. Gaz. 16: 350. 1891; Leopoldina 28: 49. 1892; Naturwiss. 

Wochenschr. 6: 471. 1891; Bot. Zeit. 49: 754. 1891. 
Anon., Brockhaus' Conversations-Lexikon ed. 13. 9: 300. 1884. 
Hoffmann, Ber. Oberhess. Ges. Nat. Heilk. 1 1 : 183-184. 1864 (floristic appeal). 
Ihne, E.,Bot. Centralbl.48: 159-160. 1 89 1 ; Ber. Oberhess. Ges. Nat. Heilk. Giessen 29: 1-40. 

1893 (portr., bibl.). 
Ihne, E., und Schroeter, C., Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 10: (ii)-(27). 1892. 
Krumbiegel, I., Gregor Mendel 139. 1967. 
Roumeguere, C., Rev. mycol. 14(53): 54-55. 1892. 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2) : 130. 1903,3(3): 137, />/. 7.25. 1905 (portr.). 

eponymy: Phaenohojfmannia O. Kuntze (1891). 

2897. Schildering der deutschen Pflanzmfamilien vom botanisch-descriptiven und physiologisch- 
chemischen Standpunkte . . . Giessen (Georg Friedrich Heyer's Verlag) 1846. Oct. {Schilder. 
deut. Pfl.-Fam.). 

Ed. i: Oct 1846 (Flora 21 Oct 1846), p. [i]-xx, [i]-28o,/^/. 1-12 (unsigned plain hths.). Copy: 

NY. 
Reissue: Mainz (Verlag von J. G. Wirth Sohn) 1851. Oct., identical with original except for 

t.p., p. [i]-xx, [i]-28o, j&/. 1-12 (id.). Copies: B, HBG, M(2), NY. 

Ref.: Anon., Flora 29: 624. 21 Oct, 656. 7 Nov 1846. 

Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 4: 573-575. 14 Aug 1846, 9: 343-344. 1851. 



Nomenclator zu F. L. Walther's Flora von Giessen, 1802. [Giessen] 1849. Oct. {Nomencl.Fl. 
Giessen) . 

Publ.: Dec 1849 (in journal), in Ber. Oberhess. Ges. Natur-Heilk. 2: 50-84. 1849. To be 
cited from journal. 

2899. Pflanzenverbreitung und Pflanzenwanderung; eine botanisch-geographische Untersuchung 
. . . Darmstadt (Verlag der Hofbuchhandlung von G: Jonghaus) 1852. Oct. {Pfl.-Verbr.). 
Publ.: 1852, p. [i]-i44, chart. Copy: MBG. 

2900. Icones analyticae fungorum. Abbildungen und Beschreibungen von Pilzen mit besoii- 
derer Riicksicht auf Anatomie und Entwickelungsgeschichte . . . Giessen (J. Ricker'sche 
Buchhandlung) 1861-1865, 4 Hefte, Fol. {Icon. Jung.) . 

[i]' [']-3i'/'^- ^-6". Jan-Apr 1861. 

[i-v], [331-56,/'/. 7--f2.Jun-Aug 1862. 

a- [i> i"]> [57J-78,/'/. /5-/5. Jul-Aug 1863. 

4: [i-v], [79]-i05, />/. /Q-2/;. Jan-Mar 1865. 

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Copies: G, Stevenson; IDC 6275. - P^^^tes: engraved, partly coloured. 
Re/.: Schlechtendal D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 20: 45-46. 7 Feb 1862(1). 

Hoffmann, Bot. Zeit. 20: 303-304. 12 Sep 1862(2); 21 : 244, 307-308. 1863; 23: 123-124. 

1865. 
J. G., Bull. Soc. bot. France 8: 40i-402.Jun 1861(1), 9: 354. Mar 1863(2), 12 (Rev. bibl.): 
201. Nov 1865(4). 

2901. Index fungorum, sistens icones et specimina sicca nuperis temporibus edita; adjectis 
synonymis . . . Indicis mycologici editio aucta. Lipsiae [Leipzig] (Sumptibus A. Forstneri, 
bibliopolae. (A. Felix.)) 1863. Qu. {Index Jung.) . 

Publ.: Dec 1863 (Bot. Zeit. i Jan 1864 "soeben", Flora 1 1 Feb 1864, BSbF Apr 1864), p. [i]- 
vi, [i]-i53. Copies: B, G, Stevenson, USDA; IDC 5035. - Originally issued as Beilage zur 
Botanischen Zeitung i860, "Index mjcologicus . . . cum synonymis." [Berlin i860], 100 p. 

Re/.: Hoffmann, Bot. Zeit. 22: 8, 62-63. 1864. 

Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 22: 91. 1864. 

2902. Untersuchungen zur Bestimmung des Werthes von Species and Varietdt. Ein Beitrag zur Kritik 
der Darwin'schen Hypothese . . . Giessen (J. Ricker'sche Buchhandlung) 1869. Oct. [Un- 
ters. Sp. Var.). 

Publ.: 1869, p. [i, iii], [i]-i7i, i pi. (plain Hth.). Copy: M. 

2903. Mykologische Berichte. Uebersicht der neuesten Arbeiten auf dem Gebiete der Pilz- 
kunde . . . Giessen (J. Ricker'sche Buchhandlung) 1870- 1872, 3 parts. Oct. {Mycol. Ber.). 

Part [/]: 1870 (p. viii: Apr 1870), p. [i]-viii, [i]-95. 

Part [2]: for 1870, Giessen {id.), publ. 1871, p. [i, iii], [i]-ii8. 

Partj: for 1871, Giessen {id.), publ. 1872, p. [i, iii], [i]-i39. 

Copies: B, Stevenson, USDA. 

Continuation, in bookform, of a series of Mykologische Berichte published in the Botanische 

Zeitung: 

no. Bericht Bot. Zeit. 

20: 157-160. 16 Mai 1862 
20: 178-184. 6 Jan 1862 
20: 266-268. 15 Aug 1862 
21 : 71-72. 27 Feb 1863 
21 : 283. 18 Sep 1863 
22: 22-23. 15 Jan 1864 
22: 258-263. 19 Aug 1864 
23: 57-59- 17 Feb 1865 
23: 323-326. 27 Oct 1865 
24: 69-72. 2 Mar 1866 
24: 210-214. 6Jul 1866 
25: 45-48. 8 Feb 1867 
26: 1 1-15. 3 Jan 1868 
27:40-45. 1 5 Jan 1869 

The Berichte in bookform constitute the new series, nos. 15-17. 

2904. JVachtrage zur Flora des Mittelrheingebietes [Giessen 1879- 1889]. Oct. (JVachtr. Fl. Mittel- 



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Publ.: 1 879- 1 888, in journal, consoHdated reprint p. [i]-368, / pi. (map). Copy: B. - 
Reprinted from Ber. Oberhess. Ges. Nat. Heilk., Giessen (but in view of the rarity of the 
journal to be cited from the reprint) : 
18: 1-48. 1879, publ. 1880. 22: 97-144. 1883. 
19: 17-64. 1880. 23: 1-48. 1884. 

20: 65-112. 1881. 25: 57-104. 1887. 

21 : 97-144. Nov 1881. 26: 1-32. 1889. 

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HofFmann, Johan Frederik (1823-1841), Dutch botanist. (J. F. Hoffm.). 

HERBARIUM and types: NBV. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BM 2: 858; CSP3: 388; Dryander 2: 336, 338, 4: 241 ; IH 2: 
280; Jackson p. 103; LS 12441; PR 4152 (ed. i : 4593). 

2905. Bijdrage tot oplossing der vraag: is Lemma arrhiza auct. eene standvastige onder- 
scheidene soort, dan wel een ontwikkelingsvorm van eenige andere van hetzelfde geslacht? 
. . . Leiden (bij S. en J. Luchtmans) 1838. Oct. {Lemna arrhiza). 

Publ.: Feb 1838, p. [i], [i]-52, /?/. 1-2 (partly col. liths. by author). Copy: NY. - Reprinted 
from Tijdschr. nat. Gesch. Physiol. 4: 282-333. Feb 1837; see also Bull. Sci. phys. nat. 
Neerl. 1838: 73-76; Wiegmann, Archiv 6: 138-163. 1840 (German translation), and Ann. 
Sci. nat. Bot. 14: 223-242. 1840 (French id.). 

Hoffmann, [Karl August] Otto (1853- 1909), German synantherologist of the Engler 
School, studied at Berlin and Gottingen, from 1877 high school teacher at the Friedrichs- 
Werdersche Gymnasium at Berlin. (0. Hoffm.). 

HERBARIUM and types: B; some further material at GOET. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 189; BFM 3167; BJI i: 28; BM 2: 858, 6: 473; 

CSP 10: 251, 15: 894; Hortus 3: 1 195 ("O. Hoffm.") ; IH 2: 280; Kew 3: 9; KR p. 299; 

Langman p. 373; NAF ser. 2. 2: 160; Rehder 5: 398; RS p. 88; Urban-Berl. p. 357; Zander 

ed. 10, p. 671. 

Anon., Nat. Nov. 1909: iii; Bot. Zeit. 67(2): 320. 1909. 

Ascherson, P. F. A., Ver. bot. Ver. Brandenburg 51 : (i53)-i58. 1910. (bibl. by Muschler). 

COMPOSITE WORKS: (i) EP, Die naturlichen PflanzenfamiUen, ed. 1 (Yh-^ j i^ 10). Compositae ^{^): 
87-128. Feb 1890, 129-176. Mai 1890, 177-224. Aug 1890, 225-272. Jan 1891, 273-320. Jul 
1892, 321-368. Sep 1893, 369-387. 22 Mai 1894 (Hieracimn by A. Peter) ; Nachtr. 2-4(1) : 320- 
330. Nov 1897, (2): 75-78. 8 Oct 1900. 

(2) Compositae, in Deutsch Ost Afrika 5(G) 1895. 

(3) Compositae, in Engler, Plantae Marlothianae. 1888. 

(4) Compositae, in Engler, Pflanzenwelt Ostafrikas C, p. 402-422. Aug 1895 (TL-2/1708). 
For a complete list of Otto Hoffmann's numerous contributions on Compositae in publications 
by others see the bibliography by R. Muschler, in Ascherson (1910). 

eponymy: Hoffmanniella R. Schlechter ex A. Lawalree (1943). 

2906. Sertum plantanim madagascariensium a cl. J. M. Hildebrandt lectarum. Dicotyledones 
polypetalae. Auctore Otto Hoffmann, s.l.n.d. [BerUn 1881] Oct. {Sert.pl. madagasc.). 
Publ.: 1881, p. [i]-20. Copies: G, M. -reprinted from Festschrift zum 200Jahrigen Bestehen 

des Friedrichs-Werderschen Gymnasiums in Berlin. A note on p. 20 announces a con- 
tinuation in Linnaea. This second part was not published. 

2907. Wissenschaftliche Beilage zum Jahresbericht des Friedrichs-Werderschen Gymna- 
siums zu Berlin. Ostern 1894. Die neuere Systematik der natiirlichen Pflanzenfamilie der Compo- 
siten . . . Berlin (R. GaertnersVerlagsbuchhandlung Hermann Heyfelder.) 1894. QP- ('^■^^• 
Compos. ) . 

Publ.: Mar 1894 (Nat. Nov. Apr(i) 1894), p. [i]-34. Copy: MO. -Appendix to Programm 
Nr. 55, 1894 of the above-mentioned Gymnasium, p. 3-34, with new t.p. 

Hoffmann, Philipp {fl. 1868), German botanist; high school teacher at the Lyceum of 

Eichstatt. {P. Hoffm.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

bibliography and biography : BM 2 : 858 ; Jackson p. 300, 303 ; Kew 3 : 9 ; PR 4 1 60 ; Rehder 
5: 398; Tucker i: 346. 

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2908. Prodromus florae eystettemis . Versuch einer systematischen Charakteristik der in der 
naheren und ferneren Umgebung Eichstatt's wildwachsenden Gefasspflanzen . . . (Pro- 
gramm des bischofl. Lyceums zu Eichstatt.) Eichstatt (Druck von Carl Bronner) 1868- 1869. 
Oct. (in fours). {Prodr.fl. eyst.). 

Erste Hdlfte: 1868, p. [i]-viii, [i]-cxlvii, [cxlviii, err.]. 
Zweite Hdlfte: 1869, p. [i], [i]-279. 

Copies: B, M (incomplete). 

Trade re-issue: 1870, p. [i]-viii, [i]-cxlvii, [cxlviii, err.], [i]-278. Copy: NY. -''Prodromus . . . 

Gefasspflanzen. Von Philipp Hoffmann, ..." Eichstatt (Druck von Carl Bronner) 1870. 

Oct. (in fours). 

2909. Excursionsflora fiir die Flussgebiete der Altmiihl sowie der schwabischen und unteren 
frankischen Rezat. Ein Taschenbuch zum Bestimmen der wildwachsenden und haufiger 
cultivirten Gefasspflanzen. . . . Eichstatt (Verlag der Kriill'schen Buchhandlung (H. 
Hugendubel)). 1879. Oct. {Excurs.-FL Altmiihl). 

Publ. : Jul-Aug 1879 (Nat. Nov. Aug(i) 1879; Bot. Zeit. 5 Sep 1879), p. [i]-l, [li], [i]-i 18, [i], 
[i]-330. Copies: B, M. 

Hoffmann, Wilhelm (1856-x), German diatomologist; educated at Marburg, Berlin and 
Heidelberg; from 1882 high school teacher at the gymnasia of Siegen and Bielefeld. [W. 

Hoffm.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : De Toni I : Ixiv, 2 : Ixv (items 2 and 3 only) ; LS suppl. 1 2089 ; 

Nordstedt p. 18. 

Hoffman, W., "Vita" in his Beitr. Diatom. -Fl. Marburg, 1884. 

2910. Beitrdge zur Diatomeen-Flora von Marburg. Inauguraldissertation zur Erlangung der 
Doktorwiirde bei hoher philosophischer Fakultat zu Marburg eingereicht von Wilhelm 
Hoffmann aus Eisern, Kreis Siegen. Marburg (Universitats-Buchdruckerei (R. Friedrich)) 
1884. Oct. {Beitr. Diatom.-Fl. Marburg). 

Publ: 1884 (t.p.), p. [i-iii], [i]-32. Copy: NY. - Preprinted from Wigand, ed., Bot. Hefte, 
Forsch. Bot. Garten Marburg i: 128-160. 1885 (Nat. Nov. Jul(i) 1885). 

HofFmannsegg, Johann Centurius, Graf von (1766- 1849), German botanist, entomo- 
logist and ornithologist; travelled in Hungary (1793- 1794) and Portugal (i 797-1801). 
{Hofl'manns .) . 

HERBARIUM and types: Hoffmannsegg's mosses are at G; phanerogams at B (in part in the 
Willdenow herbarium, extant), G, G-DC, H and HAL. The original mss. of the unpublished 
Flora lusitanica (not to be confused with the Flore portugaise) was at B and is now destroyed. The 
preface was saved (Staatsbibl. preuss. Kulturbesitz, Berlin), see Helm and Hirsch (1974). 

name: The author spelled his name consistently Hoffmannsegg except on the t.p. of the Flore 
portugaise ("Hoffmansegg"). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : 1 89 ; BM 2 : 858, 6:473; Bossert p. 178; CSP 3 : 
389; Dawson p. 354, 417 ; Frank 3(Anh.) : 45; GF p. 59; Hortus 3 : 1195 ("Hoffmanns.") ; IH 
2 : 280; Kew 3 : 9; Jackson p. 341 , 425; Lasegue p. 105, 475, 570; Maiwald p. 89; MW p. 184; 
NI901; PR4161-4163 (ed. i: 4606-4610); Ratzeburgp. 248-251; Rehder5: 398; RS p. 88; 
SK p. 236; TL-2/812; Tucker i: 346; Zander ed. 10, p. 671. 
Anon., Allg. Garten Zeit. 18: 128. 1850; Bot. Zeit. 14: 48. 1856, 8: 56. 1850. 
Dolezal, H., Friedrich Welwitsch 122-123, 125-126. 1974. 
Frison, Ed., Henri Ferdinand Van Heurck 39. 1959. 
Hall, N., Botanists of the Eucalypts 69. 1978. 

Helm & Hirsch, Bot. Jahrb. 94(4): 562-570. 1974 (preface to a destroyed mss. Flora 
lusitaniae) . 

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Helm, J., Festschr. Nissen 362-364. 1973. 

Jones, Acta Bot. Acad. Sci. Hung. 14(1-2) : 69. 1968. 

Lichtenstein, H. C, Dresdner Album (ed. F. v. Miililenfels), ed. 2. p. 24-44, Berlin 1856 (fide 

Helm). 
Link, H. F., Bemerkungen auf einer Reise durch Frankreich, Spanien und vorziiglich 

Portugal. Kiel 1801-1804, see also Link, in Schrader, J. Bot. 1799(2): 297-356, 1800(1): 

47-61. (Link and H. travelled together). 
Nissen, C, Philobiblon 6: 303. 1933. 
Otto and Dietrich, Allg. Gartenzeit. 5: 37-38. 1837. 
Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 438. 1963. 
Reichenbach, L., Ausziige Protokollen Ges. nat. Heilk. Dresden 1849: 5-9. 1850 (fide 

Helm). 
Seemann, B., Bonplandia 4: 47. 1856. 

Soubeiran, Bull. Soc. bot. France 8: 507, 508. 1862 (letters from H. to Bosc). 
Willkomm, M., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. iber. Halbinsel 10, 25. 1896 (Veg. Erde i). 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2) : 130. 1903. 

eponymy: Hoffmannseggella H. G.Jones (1968); Hoffmannseggia Willdenow (1809, orth. var.); 
Hojfmanseggia Cavanilles ( 1 798) . 

291 1. Flore portugaise ou description de toutes les plantes qui croissent naturellement en 
Portugal avec figures coloriees, cinq planches de terminologie et une carte par J. C. Comte de 
Hoflfmansegg . . . et H. F. Link ... A Berhn (de rimprimerie de Charles Frederic Amelang 
et se trouve chez les auteurs, Kronenstrasse no. 58) i8o9[-i84o], 2 vols. Fol. ]. [Fl. portug.). 
Co-author: Heinrich Friedrich Link (i 767-1851). 

Vol. i:[i, h.t.], [iii, t.p.], [v-viii, ded.], [i]-458, />/. 7-75. 

Vol. 2: [i, h.t.], [iii, t.p.], [v, cover 15th hvr.], [i]-504 {copies: G and NY 437-520, MO 505- 
520 missing), />/. yS-Sg, goa, gob, gi-ioy, io8a, io8b, log, A, B, C. 

Copies: G, MO, NY; IDC 5049. - The MO copy has the original covers of parts /-/6"and shows 
for parts 1-17 the division of the text. The plates are bound separately. All covers carry the 
date 1809. Vol. i lacks p. 55-58 (never printed); copiesofFo/ 2 usually end with p. 436. Pages 
505-520 remained ineditae (fide PR) . The same holds for/)/. iio-ij6 (Lief 23) . Plate log is not 
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The plates are by Hoffmannsegg and Gottfried Wilhelm Voelcker ( 1 775-1849) ; nos. 20 and 
22 are lithographs; the other nos. are engravings (often with stippling), ^-C uncoloured, the 
others colour-printed and partly coloured by hand. 
Ref.: Fuchs, H. P., Taxon 1 1 : 128-129, 132- 1962. 

2912. Verzeichniss der Pflanzenkulturen in den Grafl. Hoffmannseggischen Garten zu Dresden 
und Rammenau, nebst einigen kritischen Bemerkungen, einer verbessernden Anzeige der 
hauptsachlichsten Druckfehler in Herrn Prof Links Enumeratio etc. und einem Steindruck. 
Dresden (In Commission der ArnoldischenBuchhandlung, . . .) 1824. Oct. (in fours). {Verz. 
Pfl.-Kult.). 

Orig.ed.: 1824 (pref Friihjahr 1823), frontisp., p. [i], [i]-3 10. Author's name on p. 25. Copies: 
G, M, NY; IDC 856. 

Zweiter und Dritter Nachtrag zu dem Verzeichniss . . . Rammenau, nebst kritischen Be- 
merkungen, einer Fortsetzung der verbessernden Anzeige der hauptsachHchsten Druck- 
fehler in Herrn Prof Link's Enumeratio etc. und einer Abbildungstafel. Dresden (id.) 
1828. Oct. (in fours), frontisp., p. [i], [i]-240, Dritter Nachtrag [no impr.] p. [iJ-gG. 
Copies: G, M. 

Nachtragzu . . . 1841. Dresden 1842, p. [i]-3i, (n.v.). 

2913. Verzeichniss der Orchideen im Graflich Hoffmannseggischen Garten zu Dresden nebst 
ihren Werten, den Beschreibungen der darunter befindlichen neuen Arten, und einigen 
allgemeinen Bemerkungen iiber ihre sowohl praktische wie theoretische Behandlung. ( Verz- 
Orchid.). 

Ed. i: 1842, 28 p., n.v. 

Ed. 2: ". . . fijr 1843." Dresden 1843. Oct. (Bot. Zeit. i Dec 1843), 64 p., n.v. 
Ed.j: " . . . fiir 1844." Dresden (in Commission bei H. M. Gottschalck) 1844. Oct. (Bot. Zeit. 
27 Dec 1844), p. [i], [i]-68, [i, cont.]. Copy: WU. 

Ref.: K.M., Bot. Zeit. i: 831-835. 1843 (ed. 2), 3: 181-184, 14 Mar 1845 (ed. 3). 

HofFstad, Olaf Alfred (1865-1943), Norwegian botanist; teacher at Trondhjem, Eger- 
sund, Haugesund and Roros; from 1892 at Sandefjord. [Hojfstad). 

HERBARIUM and types: Some material at GB. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: BL 2: 443, 454, 455, 669; IH 2: 280; Kleppa 6, 21, 22, 253, 

266, 275, 277. 

Christophersen, E., Blyttia 1(4): 127-129. 1943. 

Holmboe, J., Naturen 42(5): 155-159. 1918; in Norsk biogr. leks. 6: 183-184. 1934. 

2914. Norskflora . . . Bergen (I Kommission hos F. Beyer . . . ), Kristiania [Oslo] (id.) 1891. 

Oct. [Norsk FL). 

Ed. /:Jul-Aug 1 89 1 (p. v:Jun 1891 ; Nat. Nov. Sep(i) 1891 ; Naturen Nov i89i),p. [i]-xxxii, 

[i]-222. Copy: HH. 
Ed. 2: Mai 1893 (p. v: Apr 1893; Naturen Jun 1893; Nat. Nov.Jun(i) 1893), P- [i]-xxx, [i]- 

251, [252, err.]. Copy: HH. - "Anden, forbedrede Udgave" Kristiania [Oslo] (H. 

Aschehoug & Co. Forlag). Oct. 
Ed. 2: 1898, xxxii, 266 p. (n.v.). 
Ed. 4: 1903, xxxii, 266 p. (n.v.). 
Ed. 5: 191 1, xxxii, 266 p. (n.v.). 

Ed. 6: 1917, xxxii, 266 p. (n.v.) (Nat. Nov. Feb 1908). 
Ed. 7: 1922, xxxii, 266 p. (n.v.). 
Ed. 8: 1942, 419 p., 960 ill. (n.v.). 
Ed. g: 1944, 464 p., continued by Erling Christophersen, (n.v.) (see Braarud, Blyttia 2: 54. 

1944; Faegri, Naturen 70: 150-154. 1946). 
Ed. 10: 1957, p. [i]-507. Copy: NY. - "Tiende Utgave ved Erling Christophersen [1898-x] 

med 1 140 bilder" Oslo (H. Aschehoug & Co. (W. Nygaard)). 

247 



HOFMAN BANG 

Hofman Bang, Niels ( 1776- 1855), Danish botanist, pupil of Vahl, landowner (Hofmanns- 
gave) and agronomist. {Hofm. B.). 

HERBARIUM and types: C. Exsiccatae (all at C) : ( i) Muscifrondosi, i vol. 1840; (2) Conferva, 2 
vols.; (3) Hydrophyta, 4 vols., 1816-1843; (4) Alg. mar. medit. adriat. 1847. 

name: Born Niels Bang; Hofman Bang from 1 785 to honor his mother's family; see Christen- 
sen, Danske Bot. Hist. 2: 137. 1924. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Bamhart i : 117; BM 2 : 859 ; CSP 3 : 389, 6 : 689 ; IH 2 : 280 ; 
KR p. 299; PR4166-4167 (ed. i: 4613); Rehder 5: 399; Urban-Berl. p. 265, 302. 
Christensen,C., Danske Bot. Hist. 1:225-228,879. 1924,2: 137-139. i924(bibl.) (seep. 138, 

no. 12 foi autobiography by Hofman Bang). 
Koster, J. T., Taxon 18: 553. 1969. 

Liebman, Overs, danske Vid. Selsk. Forh. 1855: 206-222. 
Warming, E., Bot. Tidskkr. 12(2/3): 97-98. 1881 (bibl.). 

COMPOSITE works: Contributed to Flora danica between 1799 and 1852; also to J. Lange, 
Danske flora, ed. i. H.'sson, Niels Erik Hofman (Bang) (1803- 1886), also published on botany 
and contributed to these same publications (see Warming, Bot. Tidsskr. 12:21 3-2 14. ( 1 88 1 ) 
and Lind, J., Danish fungi herb. Rostrup 30. (1913). 

eponymy: Bangia Lyngbye (1819); Bangiella Gaillon (1833); Bangiopsis F. Schmitz (1896). 
Note: Hofmania R. Chodat (1900) is dedicated to his son Niels Erik Hofman Bang (1803- 
i{ 



2915. De usu confervarum in oeconomia naturae. Scripsit Hofman-Bang, possessor praedii 
Hofmansgave in Fionia. Cum tabula aeri incisa. Hafniae [KjobnhavnJ 1818. Oct. [Usu 
conferv.). 

PubL: 1818, p. [i]-27,/?/. /, with text. Copy: PCS. - See Christensen no. 3a for Danish texts 
relating to this pubhcation. 

Hofmann, Adolf (1853-19 13), Bohemian (b. at Zebrak) palaeobotanist; studied at Praha 
and at the mining college of Leoben; from 1888 assistant, from 1893- 1909 professor of 
geology and palaeontology at the mining college at Pribram; from 1909 at the mineralogical 
institute at Praha. [A. Hofm.). 

collections: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 190; BM 2: 859; LS 12450; MW p. 184; 

Quenstedt p. 205; Rehder 5: 399. 

Slavik, Verh. k.k. geol. Reichsanst. 1913(14): 339-342. (bibl.). 

2916. Leitpflanzen der palaeozoischen Steinkolenablagerungen im Mittel-Europa . . . Prag (J. G. 
Calve'sche k.u.k. Hof- und Universitatsbuchhandlung. Joseph Koch). 1899. Oct. [Leitpfl. 
palaeoz- Steinkolenabl.). 

Co-author: Franz Ryba (1867-1918). 

PubL: Nov-Dec 1899 (p. v: Oct 1899; Nat. Nov. Dec(2) 1899), p. [i-vi], [i]-i04, [1-4, index], 
charts i-ii, atlas 20 pi. Copy: USGS. 

Hofmann, Joseph (1822-1901), German botanist; Dr. phil. Wiirzburg 1864; high school 
teacher at the gymnasium of Freising from 1849- 1867, from 1 867- 1873 at Speyer, from ^^13' 
1890 again at Freising. [J. Hofm.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Hofmann left his collections made up to 1890 to the Kgl. Lyceum at 
Freising; his collections made between 1890 and 1900 were given to theBayrische botanische 
Gesellschaft (now at M). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 190; BM 2: 859; CSP 3: 397; Jackson p. 303; 
Kew 3: 10; PR 4164; Rehder 5: 399. 

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HOFMANN 

Beck, G., Vegetationsverh. Illyr. Lander i6. igoi (Veg. Erde 4). 
Holzner, Mitt. bay. bot. Ges. 18: 185. 1901 (H. died on i Jan 1901). 

2917. Flora von Freysing, enthaltend die in der Umgebung von Freysing wild wachsenden 
und allgemein cultivirten phanerogamischen Gewachse, geordnet nach dem Linneischen 
System als Jahresprogramm von J. Hofmann, Lehrer der Naturgeschichte und Chemie. 
Freysing [(Schnellpressendruck von Franz Batterer)] 1854-1857, 3 parts. Qu. {Fl. Freysing). 

Part [i] : 1854, p. [i*], [i]-ii, [i]-26. In Jahres-Bericht der koniglichen Landwirtschafts- und 
Gewerbe-Schule I. Klasse zu Freysing im Jahre 1853/54 . . . Freysing (Schnellpressen- 
druck von Franz Batterer) 1854, p. [i*] t.p. programm, [i] : "Die Flora von Freysing. 
Vorwort ..." 

Part [2]: Aug-Sep 1855 (p. [iv] : 18 Aug 1855), p. [i-iv], [271-58, in idem 1854/55. 

Part [j]: Aug-Sep 1856 (p. [iv]: i Aug 1856), p. [i-iv], 59-82, in idem 1855/56. 

Part [4] : with title as given in heading, Aug-Sep 1857 (p. iv: 25 Jul 1857), p. [i]-viii, [i]-i09. 

Copies: B (1-4), Regensburg (4). 

Location: Freising (or Freysing) is a town in Upper Bavaria. 

Ed. [2] : "Flora der Umgebung von Freising. Ein Hilfsmittel zur leichten Bestimmung der im 
Gebiete wildwachsende und allgemein cultivirten Gefasspflanzen . . . Freising (Bruck 
und Verlag von Franz Paul Batterer) iSyG. Oct., publ.: 1876 (p. 4: Jul 1875), p. [i]-i8o. 
Copy: M. {Fl. Freising). 

Original publication: in three parts, in the Jahres-Bericht iiber das konigliche Lyceum und 
die konigl. Studieanstalt zu Freising im Studienjahre 1874/75 [1875/76, 1876/77], with 
the title "Die Vegetations-Verhdltnisse der Umgebung von Freising" Freising (Buchdruckerei 
von Franz Paul Batterer), 1875-1877, as follows {Copy: M) {Vegetationsverh. Freising) : 

i: [i]-64, in Jahres-Bericht 1874/75, ^875. 
.2: 65-128, in ib. 1875/76, 1876. 
j: 129-180, in ib. 1875/76, 1877. 

Also provided with separate t.p.'s "Die Vegetationsverhdltnisse der Umgebung von Freising. L 
Theil: Bie Flora, zugleich Gefasspflanzen. Programm der kgl. Studienanstalten in Freis- 
ing ..." Freising (Bruck von F. P. Batterer) 1875 [1876, 1877]. 

Ed. [5] : " Exkursionsfiorafiir die Umgebung von Freising . . . Freising. Ein Hilfsmittel zur leichten 
Bestimmung der daselbst vorkommenden wildwachsenden und mehrfach kultivierten 
Gefasspflanzen ..." Freising (Verlag der J. G. Wolfle'schen Buchhandlung) 1893. Oct., 
publ.: Apr-Mai 1893 (p-iv: Apr 1893; Nat. Nov. Jun(i) 1893), p. [i]-xx, [i]-i62. Copy:B.- 
{Exkurs.-Fl. Freising). 

2918. Flora des Isar-Gebietes von Wolfratshausen bis Beggendorf enthaltend eine Aufzahlung 
und Beschreibung der in diesem Gebiete vorkommenden wildwachsenden und allgemein 
kultivierten Gefasspflanzen. Unter Mitwirkung mehrerer Freunde der Botanik bearbeitet 
von Br. J. Hofmann, Professor am konigl. Lyceum in Freising und herausgegeben von dem 
botanischen Verein in Landshut . . . Landshut (Im Selbstverlag des botanischen Vereines) 
1883. Oct. {Fl.Isar-Geb.). 

Publ.: I Jun- 1 5 Jul 1883 (p. v: Jun 1883; Nat. Nov.Jul(2) 1883; Bot. Zeit. 27 Jul 1883; Flora 
II Aug 1883, "erschienen";J. Bot. Aug 1883), p. [i]-lxiv, [i]-377. Copies: B, G, KNAW, 
M, Regensburg. 

Hofmann, Joseph Vincenz (1800-1863), Austrian clergyman ("Consistorialrath") and 
botanist at Brixen. {J. V. Hofm.). 

HERBARIUM and types: IBF; further material LZ. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 190; BM 2: 859; CSP 3: 397; BTS i: 122-123, 

6(4): 23, 27,40; IH2: 280; Jackson p. 303; Kew3: 9; PRed. i :46i5; Rehder5: 399; SK p. 

236-237. 

Hausmann, F., Fl. Tirol 1163. 1854. 

249 



HOFMANN, J. V. 

2919. Ueber die tirolischen Arten der Gattung Verbascum. Von Joseph Vinzenz Hofmann, Welt- 
priester und Professor an der theologische Diozesan-Lehranstalt zu Brixen . . . Innsbruck 
(gedruckt mit Wagner'schen Schriften) 1841. Oct. [Tirol. Verbascum). 

Publ.: 1841, p. [i]-i8. Copy: G. - Reprinted from Neue Zeitschrift des Ferdinandeums fiir 
Tirol 7. 1 84 1. 

Hofmeister, Wilhelin Friedrich Benedict (1824- 1877), German botanist who de- 
veloped the theory of the alternation of generations in plants; son of the pubhsher Friedrich 
Hofmeister at Leipzig, professor of botany at Heidelberg (1863), Tiibingen (1872). [Hof- 
meist.). 

HERBARIUM and types: The only herbarium known to us to report the presence of Hofmeister 
herbarium specimens is FI (in the Webb herbarium). 
Ref.: Steinberg, C., Webbia 32(1): 28. 1977. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: ADB 12: 644; Ainsworth p. 343 [index]; Barnhart 2: 190; 

BM 2: 860; Bossert p. 179; CSP 3: 397-398, 6: 689, 7: 1003, 10: 255, 12: 341, 15: 894; De 

Toni I : Ixv; DSB 6: 464-468 (by J. Proskauer; impt. assessment) ; GR p. 90; Jackson p. 560 

[index]; LS 12458- 12460; Moebiusp. 54, 451 ; NI 902-903; Nordstedtp. 18; PR 4168-41 71 ; 

Rehder 5: 399; TL-2/2178; Tucker i: 346. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1878: 44; Hedwigia 16(2) : 32. 1877; Flora 60: 64. 1877; Bot. Zeit. 35: 48. 
1877. 

Bergdolt, E., Karl von Goebel, ed. 2, 260 [index]. 1941 (many refs.; Goebel was H's most 
illustrious pupil) . 

Campbell, Science 62 (1597): 127-128. 1925. 

Goebel, K. I. E., Wilhelm Hofmeister, Arbeit und Leben eines Botanikers des 19. Jahrhun- 
derts von K. von Goebel, mit biographischer Erganzung von Frau Professor Ganzenmiil- 
ler geb. Hofmeister. Leipzig 1924, 177 p. (portr.) ; English translation by H. M. Bower, 
London, Ray Society, 1926, xi, 202 p.; see also Plant World 8: 291-298. 1906 (portr.). 

Haberlandt, Osterr. bot. Z. 27(4): 113-117. 1877. 

Harvey-Gibson, R. J., Outhnes hist. bot. 272 [index]. 1914. 

Lehmann, E., Schwabische Apotheker 181-183, 210. 1951. 

Locy, Sci. Monthly 19: 380-389. 1924. 

Oliver, F. W., Makers Brit. Bot. 4, 6, 135, 186, 191, 194, 195. 1913. 

Pfitzer, in Heidelberger Professoren aus dem neunzehnten Jahrhundert. Festschrift. Heidel- 
berg 1903, vol. 2, p. 267-358. 

Rendle, A. B., J. Bot. 63: 336-338. 1926 (extensive review of Goebel, 1924). 

Rodgers, A. D., John Torrey 5, 81, 258. 1942. 

Smit, J., Hist, life sci. 956. 1974. 

Stafleu, F. A., Regn. veg. 71 : 327, 338. 1970. 

Trimen, H., J. Bot. 15: 64. 1877. 

Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(3) : xxiv, 137, pi. jg. 1905 (portr.). 

handwriting: see Goebel, Wilhelm Hofmeister, Leipzig 1924 (facsimile repr. of letter opp. 
p. 144); also: Hoppea 34(2): 419 (no. 3). 1976. 

eponymy: Hofmeistera H. G. Reichenbach (1852) ; Hofmeisterella H. G. Reichenbach (1852). 
Note: Hofmeisteria Walpers (1846) is dedicated to his father Friedrich Hofmeister (1782- 
1864), German publisher of several botanical works in Leipzig. 

2920. Die Entstehung des Embryo der Phanerogamen. Eine Reihe microskopischer Untersu- 
chungen. Leipzig (Verlag von Friedrich Hofmeister) 1849. Qu. {Entsteh. Embryo Phan.). 
Pm6/. : Jan-Feb 1849 (rd. Regensburg Mar 1849), p. [i-v], [i]-89, /;/. 1-14 (plain copper 

engravings of drawings by the author). Copies: MO, USDA; IDC 7101. 
French transL: Ann. Sci. nat., Bot. ser. 3. 11 : 375-382. 1849. 
Ref.: Andersson, Bot. Not. 1849: 131-135. Jul-Aug, 173-176. Oct-Nov. 1849. 

2921. Vergleichende Untersuchungen der Keimung, Eri'tJ'altung und Fruchtbildung hoherer Kryptogamen 
(Moose, Farm, Equisetaceen, Rhizocarpeen unci Lycopodiaceen) und der Samenbildung 
der Coniferen. Leipzig (Verlag von Friedrich Hofmeister) 1851. Qu. [Vergl. Unters. Krypt.). 

250 



Pm^/.: 3-6 Sep 1851 (Hinrichs; rd. Regensburg Sep-Oct i85i),p. [i], [iii], [v]-viii, [ij-iyg, 

pi. 1-33, copper engravings of drawings by the author. Copies: G; IDC 7100. 
English transl. : by Frederick Currey, 1862, p. [i]-xvii, [i]-5o6, pi. 1-65 newly engraved by T. 

West (750 copies). Copies: MO, NY. - On the germination, development and fructification of the 

higher cryptogamia . . . London (pubhshed for the Ray Society . . .) Oct. - 750 copies 

printed. 

Re-issue: 1972 (Kraus Reprint Co.), p. [i]-xvii, [i]-5o6, j&/. 1-65. Copy: NY. 
French transl. (partial; by L.-R. Tulasne): Ann. Sci. nat.,Bot.ser. 3. 18: 172-192,/)/. 5-p. 1852. 
Ref: Anon., Flora 34: 670, 765-770. 1851. 

Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 9: 808-810. 14 Nov 1851. 

Curie, The Ray Society, a bibliographical history 87. 1954. 

2922. Ueber die Stellung der Moose im System [Regensburg] 1852. Oct. 

Publ.:Ja.n 1852, p. [i]-io. Copy: G. -Reprinted from Flora 35: i-io. 1852. To be cited from 
journal. 

2923. Beitrdge zur Kenntnis der Gefdsskryptogamen. Aus den Abhandlungen der mathematisch- 
physischen Classe der konighch Sachsischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften. Leipzig 
(Weidmannsche Buchhandlung) 1852- 1857, 2 parts. Qu. {Beitr. Gefdsskrypt.). 

[Part ly. 1852 (Flora rd. Dec 1852), p. {i2\y\iCf,pl.2-ig. Coj&z>j: G.- Reprinted, with special 
t.p., from Abh. math. phys. CI. kon. Sachs. Ges. Wiss. 4: 1 21-179./)/. 2-ig. 1852 [volume 
dated 1855]. The plates are liths. by the author; nos. ii and iii partly coloured. 

Part 2: 1857 (Flora rd. Feb 1857), p. [6oi]-682,/)/. 1-13. Coj&)^: G. -Repr. fromid. 5:601-682. 
1857- 

2924. Neue Beitrdge zur Kenntniss der Embryobildung der Phanerogamen [Leipzig (bei S. Hirzel)] 
1 859- 1 86 1, 2 parts. Qu. {Meue Beitr. Embryobild. Phan.). 

i: 1859 (on or shortly before 21 Apr, Flora rd. Mai-Jun 1859), Abh. sachs. Ges. Wiss. 6: 
[533J-672, /)/. 1-26 (uncol. liths. by author). Copy oi reprint with unchanged pagination: 
M (cover, dedication signed by author 21 Apr 1859). 

2: Nov 1861 (Flora rev. 30 Nov 1862, BSbFJan 1862), ib. 7: [629]-76o, /)/. 1-2^. Copy of 
journal publ. : Teyler. - See also Ann. Sci. nat. Bot. ser. 4. 12: 5-71. 1859. 

Ref: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 17: 286-287. ^9 Aug 1859(1). 

Greenland, Bull. Soc. bot. France 6: 491-494. Nov-Dec. 1859(1), 8: 478-481. Jan 1862. 

Hogg, Robert (1818-1897), British horticulturist and editor. {Hogg). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. Letters at K; library sold at Sotheby, 3 Nov 1897. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 190; BB p. 151; BL 2: 220, 669; BM 2: 861; 
Bossert p. 179; Desmond p. 313; De Toni i: Ixiv; GF p. 59-60; Hortus 3: 1195 ("Hogg"); 
Kew3: 1 1; Jackson p. 406, 560; Langmanp. 373; NI 904; PR 4 173; Rehder 5: 399; Zander 
ed. 10, p. 671. 
Anon., Proc. Linn. Soc. London 1896/7: 57-58. 1897; Gard. Chron. 1871: 1292- 1293 

(portr.). 
Nelmes and Cuthbertson, Curtis's Bot. Magaz. Dedic. 1827-1927, p. 202. 1932 (portr.). 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2) : 94. 1903. 

COMPOSITE works: (i) Editor of The florist (i 852-1 861) and The florist and pomologist (1862- 
1870). _ 

(2) Editor of The Cottage Gardener, vols. 14-25 (i 855-1 861), continued as The journal of 
Horticulture, vols. 26-63 (i 861-1880) and ser. 3. vols. 1-14, 188 1- 1887 (BM 2: 947). 

2925. The vegetable kingdom and its products; serving as an introduction to the natural system of 
botany, and as a text-book of all the vegetable substances used in the arts, manufactures, 
medicine, and domestic economy: arranged according to the system of de Candolle. 
illustrated with nearly 250 engravings, and containing an enumeration of 7,000 genera and 

251 



4,ooo synonymes, representing about 100,000 species of plants . . . London (W. Kent & Co. 
.'. .) 1858. Oct. {Veg. Kingd.). 

Publ.-.Jun-Dec 1858 (p. "vi": Mai 1858), p. [i]-iv, ["vi"], [i]-882,/^. 1-229. Copies: NY, 
USDA. 

2926. The wild flowers of Great Britain botanically and popularly described, with copious 
nodces of their history and uses . . . London (Journal of Horticulture & Cottage Gardener 
office, . . .) 1 863- 1 880, II vols. [Oct. in fours]. {VVildfl. Gr. Britain). 
Co-author: George William Johnson (i 802-1! 



[1861-] 1863 
1864 
1866 
1868 
1869 
1871 
1872 
521-560 (id.) 
1874 



[1874] p. [i-vi],/)/. 1-81, with text, col. liths. 

[1875] p. [i*-v*], \i\-iv,pl. 82-160 (id.) 

[1876] p. [i*-vi*], [i\-\\\,pl. 161-240 (id.) 

[1876] p. [i*-vi*], [i]-iv, /?/. 241-320 (id.) 

[1880] p. [i*-vi*], [i\-\, pi. 321-401 (id.) 

[1880] p. [i*-vi*], [i]-v,/)/. 402-481 (id.) 

[1880] p. [i*-vi*], \i\-wi, pi. 482-516, nos. 469-4^2 misnumbered for 5/7-520, 

[1880] p. [i*-vi*], [i]-v, pi. 561-641 (id.) 
[1880] p. [i*-vi*], [i]-ii, /)/. 642-220 (id.) 

p. [i-iv], pi. ■J21-800 (id.) 

p. [i*-ii*], [i]-iv,/)/. 80J-828, 525[bis]-557, 833-924 (id.) 



Copy: NY. - This copy consists of a reissue ( 1874-1880) of vol. 1-9 which have an extra title- 
page " TAf? wild flowers of Great Britain described, and illustrated by original plates drawn and 
coloured from nature; and arranged according to the natural system. Division [1-9]." The 
dates are those given in brackets. Plates: by Charlotte Gower, W. G. Smith, and F. Waller. 
The book was originally issued in parts of four plates with text, with undated covers (nos. 
143-160 at MO). Fascicle i was published in 1861. 

2927. The Herefordshire pomona, containing coloured figures and descriptions of the most 

esteemed kinds of apples and pears. With illustrations drawn and coloured from nature by 

Miss Ellis and Miss Bull. Technical editor: Robert Hogg, . . . General editor: Henry Graves 

Bull, . . . Hereford (Jakeman and Carver, . . .), London (Journal of Horticulture Office, 

. . .) 1876-1885 [i.e. 1884]. {Herefordsh. pom.) . 

Co-editor: Henry Graves Bull (181 8-1885). 

Sponsor: Woolhope Naturalists' Field Club, see BM 5: 2360. 

Pubi: 1876-1884, in seven parts, p. [i*-viii*], [i]-xix, [1-3], [i]-i6o, [1-5, ind.],5 uncol. pi., 

yycol.pl. pluspref materialfor binding a second vol.: [i-v], to contain the coloured plates. 

Copy: USDA (orig. covers). 

part pages plates dates 

1 1-46 1-6 1876 

2 47-98 y-14 1879 

3 99-130 15-24 1880 

4 1 3 1- 160 25-36 1 88 1 

5 - 3y-48 1 88 1 

6 - 49-61 1883 

7 preface mat., ind. 62-yy 1884 

Hohenacker, Rudolf Friedrich (1798-1874), German missionary (1822-1830), physi- 
cian, botanist and collector; collecting 1 830-1 841 ; from 1842- 1858 at Esshngen, selling plant 
collecdons made by himself and others; from 1858 at Kirchheim/Teck. {Hohen.). 

HERBARIUM and types: See IH. - Hohenacker was associated with the Esslinger Reiseverein 
(Unio itineraria) between 1829 ^^^d 1842. From 1843 onward Hohenacker issued inde- 
pendently series of exsiccatae containing plants collected by himself and by others. The 
collections which remained after his death were dispersed by sale, first by B. Wartmann, later 
by K. Keck. 

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HOLANDRE 

Exsiccatae: (i) Algae marinae exsiccatae (siccatae) (fasc. 1-12, nos. 1-600, 1852-1862), B, BAS, 
BM, FH, G, GOET, HAL, KIEL, L, M, NY, STR, UPS, W. 

(2) Herbarium normale plantarum ojficinalium et mercatorium (fasc. 1-5, 1850- 1872). 

/: 1850, see Bot. Zeit. 8: 422-424 (rev. Bischoff). 

2: Jan 1856, see B.Z. 14: 133-135. 22 Feb 1856, Flora 7 Feb 1856. 

3: Sep 1859, see B.Z. 17: 320, 359-360. 1859. 

4: Aug 1869, see B.Z. 27: 582-584. 27 Aug 1869. 

5: Jun 1872, see B.Z. 30: 521-522. 12 Jul 1872. 

Ref.: Hohenacker, R. F., Bonplandia 1(22): 230-231. 1853 (sale collections; independent 
establishment). 
Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 33: 95-96. 1875 (coll. in estate). 
Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(1): 79-80. 1969. 
Baur, Jahrb. Gesch. Oberdeut. Reichsst. 16: 252. 1970 (q.v. for list of H's publications on 

his collections, connection with the "Reiseverein", etc.). 
Hedge, L C. and J. M. Lamond, Ind. coll. Edinburgh 91. 1970. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : AG 6 ( I ) : 848, 6(2): 584 ; Barnhart 2:191; Backer p. 2 70 ; BM 
2: 861; Bossert p. 179; Clokie p. 184; CSP 3: 400; DTS 6(4): 154-155; Frank 3(Anh.): 45, 
Hortus 3: 1195 ("Hohen.") ; IH 2: 281 ; Kew 3:11; Lasegue p. 117, 298, 503; Lipschitz 2: 
297; PR 41 74-41 75 (ed. i: 4620-4621); Rehder 5: 399; TL-2/ind.; TR 585-586; Tucker i: 
346; Urban-Berl. p. 265, 357; Zander ed. 10, p. 671. 
Anon., Bot. Not. 1875: 30; BSbF 2i(bibl.): 189. 1874. 
B., Bot. Zeit. 32: 829. 1874. 
Baur, i24jahresh. Ges. Naturk. Wurttemberg: 146-156. 1969 (main biogr. ; portr.); Jahrb. 

Ges. oberdeut. Reichsst. 16: 239, 240, 241, 242, 251-253. 1970. 
Candolle, A. P. de, Mem. souvenirs 472. 1862. 
Hohenacker, R. Fr., Bonplandia 1(22): 230-231. 1853. 
Husnot, T. H., Rev. bryol. 2(1): 16. 1875. 
Lindemann, Bull. Soc. Natural. Moscou 59(1): 304. 1884. 

Radde, G., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Kaukasuslander 4, 6, 14, 1899 (Veg. Erde 3). 
Stafleu, F. A., Regn. veg. 71 : 309, 338. 1970. 

Schimper, Flora 39: 459-461. 1856 (letter to H. on collecting in Abyssinia). 
Schultz-Bipontinus, C. H., Flora 30: 374-375. 1847 (letter to H.). 
Trimen, H., J. Bot. 13: 63. 1875. 

eponymy: Hohenackeria F. E. L. Fischer & C. A. Meyer (1836). 

2928. Enumeratio plantarum quas in itinere per provinciam Talysch collegit R. Fr. Hohenacker 
[Moskva 1838]. Oct. {En.um.pl. Talysch). 

Pa;t[/]:Aug-Oct 1838 (p. 8: Jan 1837), p. [ i]-i 00. Co/)2e5: MICH, NY, U.- Reprinted from 

Bull. Soc. Natural. Moscou 1838(3): 231-330. Aug-Oct 1838. 
Continuatio: 1838, p. [ioi]-i78, map. Copies: MICH, NY, U; IDC 903. -Reprinted from id. 

1838(4): 337-414- 1838. 

Holandre, Jean Joseph Jacques (1778-1857), French naturalist and librarian; forest 
superintendent in Illyria 1 809-1 81 4; from 181 7 at Metz in charge of the Musee d'histoire 
naturelle; from 1823 also town librarian; from 1840 devoting himself exclusively to botany. 

{Holandre) . 

HERBARIUM and types: For the greater part at the Musee d'histoire naturelle, Metz. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : AG 6 ( I ) : 5 II ; Barnhart 2 : 1 9 1 ; BE 2 : 183, 669 ; BM 2 : 86 1 , 

6: 474; CSP 3: 401, 12: 341 ; Kew 3:11; PR 4176 (ed. i : 4622) ; Rehder 5: 400; Tucker i : 

346; Zander ed. 10, p. 671. 

Fischer, Bull. Soc. Bot. Belgique 8: 206-214. 1869. 

Kirschleger, F., Fl. Alsace 2: Ixxi. 1857. 

Vaillant et Clerx, A la memoire de M.J. -J. -J. Holandre, Metz 1857, 46 p. 

253 



HOLANDRE 

2929. Flore de la Moselle, ou manuel d'herborisation, precede d'un aper9u geologique sur le 
departement et d'elements abreges de botanique . . . Metz (chez Mme Thiel, libraire- 
editeur, . . .) 1829, 2 vols. i8-mo. (sign, of 24 and 12 p. alternate). [Fl. Moselle). 

Ed. /, vol. r. 1829, p. [i]-lxxviii, [i]-29i; vol. 2: 1829, p. [i-iv], [293]-7i2. Copies: BR, G, L, 

NY, USDA. - Supplement: 1836, see no. 2930. 
Ed. 2: Metz (Verronais . . .), [vol. i :] Paris (Roret), 2 vols. 1842. i8-mo. Nouvelle flare de la 

Most'l'i, . . . vol. i: p. [i]-lxxvi, [i]-455; vol. 2: p. [457]-948. - Copies: BR, G, M, NY, 

USDA. 

2930. Supplement a la flore de la Moselle, contenant les plantes decouvertes depuis 1829 
jusqu'au 31 decembre 1835, avec le 2e ordre de la cryptogamie, ou les mousses et les 
hepatiques ... a Metz (chez Mme Thiel, hbraire-editeur . . .) 1836. i8-mo. [Suppl. Fl. 
Moselle) . 

Publ: 1836, p. [i*-iii*], [i]-iv, [i]-230. Copies: BR, USDA (p. 1-230 only). 

2931. Table analytique pour faciliter I'etude des plantes dans la nouvelle flore du departe- 
ment de la Moselle ... a Metz (chez Verronnais, . . .) 1847. i8-mo. [Table anal.). 
Publ.: 1847, p. [i]-75. Copy: NY. 

Holden, Isaac (1832- 1903), American algologist; graduate of Dartmouth College, Conn. 
(1852); high school teacher 1852-1872; in private business (1872), at Bridgeport, Conn. 
1878-1903. {Holden). 

HERBARIUM and types: Material at FH, MIN, NEBC and NY. For the Phycotheca boreali- 
americana see F. S. Collins. Additional references; Wood (1965) and Fahey and Doty (s.d.). 
Ref.: Day, Rhodora 3: 255. 1901 (herbarium still private). 
Koster, J. T., Taxon 18: 1969. 
Wood, R. D., Monogr. Charac. i : 788. 1965. 
Fahey, E. M. and M. S. Doty, An alphabetical index to the Phycotheca boreali-ameri- 

cana, mimeogr., 37 p. s.d. 
Anon., Bull. Torrey bot. Club 21: 490. 1894, Bot. Gaz. 20: 126. 1895 (announcement 
Phycotheca; 80 sets). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 191 ; CSP 15: 904; IH 2: 281. 

Anon., Torreya 3(8) : 128. 1903. 

Collins, Rhodora 5: 219-220. 1903. 

Ewan, J. et al.. Short hist. bot. U.S. 17, 75. 1969. 

Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 182, 567. 1963. 

Rickett, H. W., Index Bull. Torrey bot. Club 47. 1955 (bibl). 

Holkema, Franciscus ( 1 840- 1870), Dutch botanist ; studied at Groningen, pupil of H. C. 
van Hall; pioneer dutch plant-geographer. [Holkema). 

HERBARIUM and types: L, NBV. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY :BL 2: 436, 669 ;BM 2: 862; CSP 7: 1005; IH 2: 281 ; Jackson 

p. 325; JW 1 : 444; Oudemans p. 260; Rehder i : 391 ; Tucker i : 347. 

Anon., Bot. Not. 1888: 206. 

v. I. (Iterson),Natura 130:90. 5 Jun 191 2 (briefreviewofHolkema's pioneer work) (portr.). 

Stafleu, F. A., Wentia, 16: 6. 1966. 

note: Holkema was born at Oldeboorn, 10 Mai 1840 and died 1 1 Jun 1870 at Groningen 
(Ned. Patriciaat 37: 9; information A. P. M. Sanders). 

2932. De plantengroei der Nederlandsche Noordzee-eUanden: Texel, Vlieland, Terschelling, 
Ameland, Schiermonnikoog en Rottum. Eene bijdrage tot de flora van Nederland . . . Met 
eene voorrede van H. C. van Hall . . . Amsterdam (Scheltema en Holkema) 1870. Oct. 
[Plantengr. Ned. Noordzee-eil.). 

Preface: Herman Christiaan van Hall (1801-1874). 

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Publ.: Aug-Nov 1870 (Flora rd. Dec 1870; p. viii: 24 Jul 1870), p. [i]-viii, [i]-268, [i]-ii. 

Copies: FAS, KNAW, L, Teyler. 
Facsimile ed.: Schiedam (Interbook International B.V.) 1976, collation: as original. Copy. 

FAS. - See Taxon 27(1): 108. 1978. 
Ref.: Focke, W. O., Bot. Zeit. 29: 687-690. 6 Oct 187 1. 

Sande-Lacoste, C. M. v.d., Ned. kruidk. Arch. ser. 2. i: 105-106. 1871 (additions). 

HoU, Friedrich {Ji. 1840- 1850), German botanist and pharmacist at Dresden. [Holl). 

HERBARIUM and types: Exsiccatae: plants from Portugal and Madeira {Plantae maderenses, 
1827) in B, BR, KIEL, L, LZ, MO, OXF, STR, W. 
Ref.: Holl, F., Flora 13: 369-392. 1830 (list pi. Madeira). 
Sayre G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(3) : 340. 1975. 

note: It is not clear to us whether this Friedrich Holl is identical with C. F. Holl who issued 
Deutschlands Schwdmme (Lief. 1-9, nos. 1-225, 1815-1819) together with J. C. Schmidt (later 
issues by J. C. Schmidt and G. Kunze), (sets at B, BM, FH, K, KIEL, L, MANCH, NY, 
STR, TO, W.). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 192; BM 2: 862; Clokiep. 184; CSP 3: 403-404; 
GR p. 21 ; IH 2: 281 ; Jackson p. 310; Kew 3:12; Lasegue p. 185, 449; LS 12473- 12478; PR 
4177-4179 (ed. 1 : 4623-4625) ; Rehder 5: 400; Tucker i : 347. 
Fischer-Benzon, R.J. D. von, in P. Prahl, Krit. Fl. Schleswig-Holstein 2: 25. 1890. 

COMPOSITE works: Friedrich Holl und Gustav Heynhold, Flora von Sachsen, 1842, see nos. 
2740 and 2741. 

eponymy: Hollia Sieber (1826); Hollia Heynhold (1846). Note: The etymology oi Hollia 
Endlicher (1842) could not be established. 

2933. Worterbuch deutscher Pflanzen-Namen, oder Verzeichiss samtlicher in der Pharmacie, 
Oekonomie, Gartnerei, Forstkultur und Technik vorkommenden Pflanzen und Pflanzen- 
theile nach ihren Provinzial- und systematischen Namen, nebst Angabe der lateinischen, wie 
auch der Stellung im ktinsthchen und natiirlichen System. Herausgegeben von Friedrich 
Holl, Privatlehrer der Pharmacie. Erfurt (im Verlag der Keyser'schen Buchhandlung) 1 833. 
Oct. {Wdrterb. deut. Pfl.-Namen). 

Publ.: Aug-Oct 1833 (p. iv: Jul 1833; Regensburg "vorgelegt" 16 Oct 1833, see Flora 16: 
669. 1833), p. [i]-iv, [i]-434. Copy: NY. 

HoUe, Georg Karl Hans Dietrich (1825-1893), German land-owner and botanist. 

{Holle). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

bibliography and biography: ADB 50: 450; AG 2(1): 627; Barnhart 2: 193; BM 2: 863; 
CSP 3: 405, 7: 1006; DTS 6(4) : 88; GR p. 90; Jackson p. 152; PR 4 180-4 183; Rehder ^ • S^S- 
Drude, O., Hercyn. Florenbezirk 10. 1902 (Veg. Erde 6). 

2934. ^ur Entwicklungsgeschichte von Borrera ciliaris. Inaugural-Dissertation von G. von Holle 
-Dr. phil. Gottingen (Druck von Ernst August Huth) 1849. Qu. [Entw.-Gesch. Borrera). 
Publ.: 1849, p. [i-iii], [i]-43,j6/. 1-2, uncol. hths. Copies: MO, NY. 

2935. Farnjiora der Gegend Hannover. Hannover. Von G. v. Holle, Dr. phil. Hannover (Carl 
Riimpler) 1862. Oct. {Farnfl. Hannover). 

Publ.: 1862, p. [i,iii], [i]-^i. Copies: G {p. [i]-3i only), NY; IDC 7 195. -This is Heft i of the 

Flora von Hannover, no. 2936. 
Ref.: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 20: 303. 12 Sep 1862. 

Seemann, B., J. Bot. i: 188-189. Jun 1863. 

2936. Flora von Hannover. Ein Taschenbuch zum Bestimmen der um Hannover wildwachsen- 

255 



den und allgemein cultivirten Gefasspflanzen. Von G. v. Holle, . . . Hannover (Carl 
Riimpler) 1862. Oct. t- [Fl Hannover). 

Heft 1 : 1862 (J. Bot. i : 188-189. 1863), p. [i]-3i. Copies: G, HBG (orig. cover Heft i with 

above title), NY (id.). 
Hefte2-3: 1867?, p. 33-197. Copies: G, HBG, NY. 

Ref.: Schlechtendal, D. F. L. von, Bot. Zeit. 20: 384. 7 Nov 1862. 

Holler, August (1835-1904), German (Bavarian) bryologist and physician; studied at 
Miinchen, Praha and Berhn; regional physician at Mering nr. Augsburg (1862), from 1880 
idem at Memmingen, from 1899 as "Kgl. Medizinalrath." [Holler). 

HERBARIUM and types: Moss herbarium at M (rd. i Mar 1906) ; further material at B, BP, 

BR, H, KIEL, M, OXF, PC. 

Ref.: Familler, I., Denkschr. bay. bot. Ges. Regensburg 11: 15. 191 1. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 12(2): 68; Barnhart 2: 193; Clokie p. 185; CSP 3: 406, 

i2:342;DTS i : 123-124, xx, 5: xlix, 6(4): 155; IH 2: 282; Jackson p. 301; PR(alph.);SBCp. 

122; Urban-Berl. p. 302, 358. 

Anon., Biogr. notice and list of contents of herbarium, mss. at M. 

Engler, A., Bot. Jahrb. io(Lit.): 42. 1889 (rev. Moosjl. Ostrachalpen). 

Geheeb, A., Rev. bryol. 3(4): 59-60. 1876, 7(2): 28-29. 1880, 15(6): 95. 1888. 

Familler, I., Denkschr. Regensb. bot. Ges. 11:9, u, 12, 18. 191 1 (moss herb, at M.; bibl.). 

Pail, H., Ber. bayer. bot. Ges. 10: 1-6. 1905 (portr., bibl.). 

R., Ber. naturw. Ver. Schwaben Neuburg 37: 279-282. 1906. 

Volkens, G., Verb. bot. Ver. Brandenburg 51 : (85). 1910. 

2937. Die Moosflora von Memmingen und dem benachbarten Oberschwaben . . . [Augsburg] 

1898. Oct. [Moosjl. memmingen). 

Pull.: 1898 (Nat. Nov. Jan(2) 1899; Rev. bryol. Jan-Feb 1899) p. [i], 131-201. Copy: G. - 

Reprinted with original pagination and extra t.p. from Ber. naturf. Ver. Schwaben 

Neuburg (Augsburg) 33: 1 31-201. 1898. 

HoUerbach, (GoUerbach), Maksimilian Maksimilianovitsch (1907-x), Soviet bo- 
tanist at Leningrad. [Hollerb.). 

HERBARIUM and types: LE. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: GR p. 548, cat. p. 65; IH 2: 282; LS suppl. 12117-12118; 

MW suppl. p. 109; Roon p. 53. 

Abramov, I. I., Bot. Zhurn. 59: 1218-1224. 1974 (on H's position in 75 years of cryptogamy 

atLE). 
Abramov et Lebedev, Bot. Zhurn., Leningrad 53: 1334-1339. 1968 (portr., bibl.). 
Koster, J. T., Taxon 18: 553. 1969. 

Wood, R. D., Monogr. Charac. i: 825. 1965 (bibl., Charac). 
Shetler, S. G., The Komarov bot. Inst. 114, 121, 130. 1967. 

HoUick, [Charles] Arthur (1857- 1933), American dendrologist and palaeobotanist; 
sanitary engineer New York Board of Health 1881-1891 ; at Columbia College 1 890-1 901 ; 
after the transfer of the Columbia fossil collections to NY curator of the collections of fossil 
plants of the New York Botanical Garden 1902-1921, palaebotanist 1922-1933. [Hollick). 

HERBARIUM and types: NY; further material at the Staten Island Institute of Arts and 
Sciences (see below under no. 2938). 

note: Holhck, baptized Charles Arthur, abandoned the use of the name Charles early in life. 
- H. was an experienced draughtsman; he illustrated all his own publications but also 
provided many drawings for Britton's An illustrated flora of the Northern States, 1896- 1898, 3 
vols., see TL-2/778 (111. fl. n. U.S.). 

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HOLLICK 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Andrews p. 2 79 ; Barnhart 2 : 193; BL 1:201, 212, 30 i;BM2: 
863, 6; 476;Bossertp. 179; CSP 12: 342; Hirschp. 127; Kew3: 13; Langmanp. 374; Lenley 
p. 226-227; LS 34679-34682; MWp. 184; Quenstedtp. 206-207; Rehder5: 400; SBC p. 122 
("Hollick"); Stevenson p. 1245; TL-2/775, 777; Tucker i: 347. 
Anon., Proc. Staten Island Inst. Arts. Sci. 7: 11-23. ^933 (portr., bibl.). 
Britton, N. L., J. New York Bot. Gard. 34: 121-124. 1933 (portr.). 
Ewan, J., Southw. Louisiana J. 7(1-4): 34. 1967; Short hist. bot. U.S. 106. 1969. 
Hollick, C. A., Mem. Torrey bot. Club 17: 29-30. 1918 (Torrey bot. Club reminiscences). 
House, H. D., Bibl. bot. N.Y. State 1 751-1940, p. 33, 202. 1942 (N.Y. State Mus. Bull. 328: 

33- 1942,329: 202. 1942). 
Howe, Torreya 33(2): 56, 104. 1933; Bull. Torrey bot. Club 60(8): 537-553. 1933 (main 

bibl., portr.). 
Hulten, E., Bot. Not. 1940: 320 (Alaskan coll. at NY). 
Jeffrey, Science 77: 440-441. 1933 
Murrill, W. A., Hist, found, bot. Florida 21. 1945. 

Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 477 [index]. 1963. 
Rickett, H. W., Index Bull. Torrey bot. Club 47-48. 1955 (bibl.). 
Rusby, H. H., Torreya 6: 138-139. 1906. 

COMPOSITE works: Hollick edited J. S. Newberry, The later extinct floras of North America 
(1898), Monographs United States Geological Survey, vol. 35, 1898; see alsoj. S. Newberry, 
The flora of the Amboy Clays, ibid. 26, 1895, 260 p., 58 pi. 

2938. The flora of Richmond County, New York. A catalogue of the phaenogamous and vascular 
cryptogamous plants, with occasional notes on the same, growing in Richmond Co., 
independent of cultivation . . . Staten Island 1879. Qj-i- i^^- Richmond Co.). 

Co-author: Nathaniel Lord Britton (1859- 1934). 

Publ.: 1879, p. [i]-36. Copies: MO, NY(2). -Additions in Bull. Torrey bot. Club 7: 11-12. 
1880, 8: 48. 1881, 9: 149-151. 1882, 12: 38-40. 1885, 13: 83-84. 1886, 16: 132-134. 1889, 
17: 1 1-12. 1890, 18: 213-214. 1 89 1, 22: 460. 1895. -Published in the year (1879) in which 
both Britton and HoUick graduated from the School of mines of Columbia College, New 
York. - The updated manuscript of the flora was deposited by the authors at the Staten 
Island Institute of Science and Arts. This institute also holds a herbarium including 
specimens of Britton, Hollick, and House (Inf P. K. Holmgren). 

Ref.: Anon., Bull. Torrey bot. CI. 6: 299-300. Mar 1879. 
Barnhart, J. H., Mem. Torrey bot. CI. 5: 42, 191 5. 

2939. United States Geological Survey . . . The Cretaceous flora of Southern New York and New 
England . . . Washington (Government Printing Oflice) 1906. Oct. [Cretac.fl. S. New York). 
Publ.: 1906, p. [i]-2i9,X 1-40 with text. Copies: MO, NY, USDA, USGS. - Monographs of 

the United States Geological Survey, vol. 50. 

2940. Studies of Cretaceous coniferous remains from Kreischerville, New York . . . New York (New 
York Botanical Garden) 1909. Oct. {Stud. Cretac. conif). 

Co-author: Edward Charles Jeff"rey (1866- 1952). 

Publ.: 20 Mai 1909 (t.p.), p. [i]-viii, [i]-iQ,?>, pi. i-2g. Copy: USGS. - Memoirs of the New 
York Botanical Garden, vol. 3. 

2941. New York Academy of Sciences. Sciendfic Survey of Porto Rico and the Virgin 
Islands volume vii - part/3 Palaeobotany of Porto Rico by Arthur Hollick. New York (published 
by the Academy) 1928. Oct. [Palaeobot. Porto Rico). 

Publ: 31 Oct 1928, in vol. 7, p. [i], 175-238,/?/. 57-55 (Parts i and 2 of vol. 7 contain H. A. 
Gleason and Mel. T. Cook, Plant ecology of Porto Rico). Copies: NY, U, USGS. 

2942. United States Department of the Interior . . . Geological Survey . . . Professional 
paper 159. The upper Cretaceous floras of Alaska by Arthur Hollick with a description of the 
plant-bearing beds by George C. Martin. United States, Washington (Government Printing 
Office) 1930. {Upper Cretac. fl. Alaska). 

Co-author: George Curtis Martin (1874- 1943). 

Publ.: 1930, p. [i, iii, v], [i]-i23,/)/. 1-86. Copy: USGS. 

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Hollos, Ladislaus (Laszlo) (1859- 1940), Hungarian high school teacher and botanist at 
Kecskemet. {Hollos). 

HERBARIUM and types: BP; other material B, G {"-Fungi hungarici\ rd. 1929), PAV, PRE. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 194; BJI 2: 77-78; BM 6: 476; Bossert p. 180; 
CSP 15: 913; DTS 3: xliv; IH 2: 282; Kew 3: 14; LS 12491-12530, 34683-34702, suppl. 
121 19-12 131; MW suppl. p. 109; NI 905; Stevenson p. 1245; Urban-Berl. p. 276. 
Anon., J. Mycol. 12: portr. opp. p. 86. 1906. 
Moesz, Bot. Kozlem. 38(3-4): 111-116. 1941 (bibl.), (in Hungarian, followed by German 

summary) . 
Pax, F., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Karpathen 2: 275, 277. 1908 (Veg. Erde 10). 

eponymy: Hollosia V. K. Gyelnik (1939). 

2943. Gasteromycetes Hungariae. Cum tabulis xxxi. Die Gasteromyceten Ungarns. Im Auftra- 
ge der Ungarischen Akademie der Wissenschaften bearbeitet von Dr. Ladislaus Hollos . . . 
autorisierte deutsche tjbersetzung . . . Leipzig (in Kommission bei Oswald Weigel) 1904. 
Qu. {Gasteromyc. Ungarns). 

Pm6/. : Jan-Feb 1904 (Nat. Nov. Mar(i) 1904), p. [i]-2io, [211-276 expl. pi.], [277-]278, 
md., pi. 1-2,2 bis, j-6, 6 bis, j-2Q (col.). Copies: MO, NY, Stevenson, USDA.- The original 
Hungarian text published in 1903 (fide DTS): Allami foredliskolai tandr kecskemeten . . . 
Budapest 1903, 264 p., pi. i-2g, 2 bis, 6 bis (Moesz, 1941, no. 64, gives different infor- 
mation). 

2944. Magyarorszdg foldalatti gombdi, szarvasgombafelei. (Fungi hypogaei hungariae) . . . 
Budapest (Kiadja a k.m. Termeszettudomanyi Tarsulat) 191 1. Qu. 

Publ.: 191 1 (p. v: Jan 191 1), p. [i]-xii, [i]-248, [i], />/. 1-5 with text. Copy: Stevenson. 

Holm, Herman Theodor (1854-1932), Danish born botanist; pupil of Warming; on the 
Denmark North Polar Expedition (1882-1884); setded in the U.S.A. in 1888; at the U.S. 
National Museum 1888- 1893; pathologist in the U.S.D.A. 1893- 1897; later associated with 
the CathoKc University (LCU). (//o/m). y v Uq,,„^ -£ 

HERBARIUM and types: LCU; for duplicates see IH. - Holm planned to leave his herbarium 
and library to the University library of Leuven (Louvain) because of the destruction of his 
library during World War L 1 1 is not clear why this intention was never realized ; neither L V, 
not the Universiteitsbibliotheek at Leuven have any Holm material (inf E. Petit). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: AG 3(2) : 179,3(3): 197; Barnhart 2: 194; BJI 1:28,2:79; 

BL 1 : 138, 154, 170, 1 72; Bossert p. 180; CSP 15: 915; Hortus3: 1195 ("H.T. Holm"); IH2: 

282; Kleppap. 300; KRp. 300; Langman p. 374; LS 12560-12562; MWp. 184; NW p. 48; 

Pennell p. 609; Rehder 5: 401; SO 2897; Tucker i : 347. 

Allison, Univ. Colo. Studies 6: 63. 1908 (bibl.). 

Anon., New York Times 5 Feb 1 933 (collections and library willed to Louvain) ; J. New York 

Bot. Gard. 12: 131-132. i9i2;Amer. Midi. Natural. 14(2). 1933 (portr.); Generalregister 

Bot. Not. 1839-1939: 33, 99. 1939. 
Ewan, J., Rocky Mountain naturalists 232. 1950. 
Fairchild, D., The world was my garden 42. 1938 (portr.). 
Fawcett, Recalls War Tragedy. Botanist leaves work to Belgium, unidentified newspaper 

cutting at MO. (According to this obituary Holm left his hbrary and herbarium to the 

University of Louvain; it is not known to us whether this will was indeed effectuated.). 
Pohl, F., Generalreg. BBC 1-17, 18-45(1): 8. 1931; 18-50:9. 1942. 
Rickett, H. W., Index Bull. Torrey bot. Club 49. 1955. 
Rydberg, P. A., Augustana Coll. Lib. Publ. 5: 40. 1907. 
Woods, Science 77: 183-184. 1933. 

COMPOSITE works: See BM 6: 477 for his "Types of Claytonia." 

eponymy: Holmia Borner (191 3). 

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HOLMBERG, E. L. 

Holm, Jorgen Tyche (Georg Tycho) (1726-1759), Danish botanist, pupil of Linnaeus 

(1750- 1 75 1: 1 754-1 757), Dr. med. Uppsala 1757. {J. Holm). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 194; KR p. 300; Rehder i : 351 ; SO 1952-1955. 
Christensen, C, Danske Bot. Hist, i : 68, 75-76, 2: 44-45. 1924. 
Fries, Th. M., Bref Skrifv. Linne i (4) : 289, 319, 323. 1910; i (6) : 83, 216. 1912. 
Hulth, J. M. & A. H. Uggia, Bref Skrifv. Linne 2(1) : 102, 103, 415, 416. 1916; 2(2) : 12, 13, 
14. 1943. 

2945. D.A. Pro dromus florae danicae, quern, suffrag. experient. facult. medic, in regia acad- 
emia Upsaliensi, praeside, viro nobilissimo ac celeberrimo Dr. Doct. Carolo Linnaeo, . . . 
publicae censurae sistit Georgius Tycho Holm, fyonia-danus. In auditorio Carol, maj. d. ii. 
Jun anni mdcclvii. H. A. & P. M. C. Upsaliae. Excud. L. M. Hojer, Reg. Acad. Typogr. 
[1757]. Qu. {Prod.fl. danic). 

Pubi: 2 Jun 1757, p. [i]-26, [1-2]. Copies: MO. - Atrributed to Holm by both Krok and 

Christensen, rather than to Linnaeus himself. For later editions see SO 1953-1955. 
Ref.: Rothmaler, W., Repert. Sp. nov. 53(1): 31. 1944. 

Holmberg, Eduardo Ladislao (1852- 193 7), Argentine naturalist, first native Argen- 
tinian to become a professional and outstanding botanist and zoologist. {E. Holmb.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Some material at MO; Mrs. N. S. T. de Burkart kindly informed us 
that she has not been able to find any trace of a Holmberg herbarium in Argentina. BA 
received a collection of plants from the Holmberg family; this collection, however, had to be 
discarded because of the bad state of preservation. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Barnhart 2: 194; BL i : 232; BM 2: 865; CSP 10: 261, 12: 

342, 15: 916; IH 2: 282; Kew 3: 15-16; Rehder 5: 401. 

Burkart, A., Darwiniana 10(1): 9-18. 1952 (bibl.). 

Castellanos et al.. An. Soc. ci. Arg. 124: 369-376. 1937 (bibl., portr.). 

Hicken, C. M., Darwiniana i: 7-21. 1922 (bibl.). 

Kurtz, F., Bol. Acad. nac. Ci. Cordoba 19: 284-286. 1913, 20: 20. 1915 (bibl.). 

Molfino, J., Physis 12: 383-386. 1938 (portr.). 

Turrill, W. B., Bull. misc. Inf Kew 1920: 64. 

Verdoorn, F., Chron. bot. 4(2): 170. 1938. 

COMPOSITE works: {i) El naturalista argentino, 1878, editor. 

(2) Apuntes de historia natural, vols. 1-2, 1909, editor. 

(3) See BM 6: 477. 

postage stamps: Argentina 6 p. (1969) yv. 844. 

EPONYMY (genus): Holmbergia Hicken (1909); (journal): Holmbergia. Revista del Centro de 
Estudiantes del Doctorado en Ciencias Naturales. Buenos Aires. Vol. 3(6)-x. 1941-x. 

2946. Repertorio de la flora argentina que comprende las descripciones mas 6 menos abreviadas 
de las especies de plantas indlgenas de la Republica Argentina, y de las que se han 
naturalizado 6 se cultivan en su suelo, con cuadros sinopticos que facilitan su determinacion 
y notas relativas a sus productas, aplicaciones en la industria, en el comercio, en la 
agricultura, en las artes, en la medicina, & & . . . Buenos Aires (Compania Sud-Americana 
de Billetes de Banco . . .) 1902-1904. Oct. {Repert. fl. argent.). 

Ease. [/]: 1902, p. [i]-32. 

Ease. [2]: 1903, p. 33-64. 

Ease. [5]: 1904, p. 65-96. 

Ease. [^]: 1904, p. 97-128. 

Copy: US. 

259 



HOLMBERG, O. R. 

Holmberg, Otto Rudolf (1874- 1930), Swedish botanist; curator at Lund from 1909. 

{Holmb.). 

HERBARIUM and types: LD; other material at GB. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Bamhart 2: 195; BL 2: 476; Bossert p. 180; CSP 15: 916; 
Hirschp. 127; IH 2: 282; Kew 3: 16; Kleppap. 177, 178, 238; KRp. 301-302; MWp. 184; 
SO add. 909a. 
Anon.,Bot. Not. 12: 148, 296; 31 : 143; 33: 44, 52, 58,61,65,68, 69, 7 1 ; Generalregister Bot. 

Not. 1839-1938: 33-34, 99. 1939. 
Simmons, H. G., Sv. bot. Tidskr. 25(1): 139-144. 1931 (bibl.). 
Sylven, Bot. Not. 1931: 143-146 (portr.). 
Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(3): 17. 1905. 

2947. Hartmans handbok i Skandinaviens flora redigerad av Otto R. Holmberg . . . Stock- 
holm (P. A. Norstedt & Soners Forlag) 1922-1931. Oct. "f. (Skand.fl.). 

Hdfte /: Jun-Dec 1922 (printing finished i Jun 1922, cover p. 3), p. [i]-i6o, map. 

Hdfte 2\ Sep-Dec 1926 (20 Aug 1926, id.), p. 161-320. 

{Vol.^ 2a: 1928 (2oJan 1928, id.), p. [i-iii], [i]-224. ~ Contains: II. Mossor, a. Levermossor, 

by Hampus Wiihelm Arnell (1848- 1932). 
[Vol.'] lb, Hdfte r.]vL\-h.ug 1931 (16 Jun 1931, id.; Nat. Nov. Sep 1931), p. [i]-i6o, chart. 

Copies: FH(2a), G, NY, US, USDA. - See also no. 2426. 

Holmes, Edward Morell (1843- 1930), British pharmaceutical botanist and algologist, 
curator of the Museum of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (1872- 1922). 

[Holmes) . 

HERBARIUM and types: PHA (British phanerogams), NMW (hepatics), BIRM (algae), 
NOT (lichens) . Other lichens at BM and DOR ; other cryptogams at CGE. Exsiccatae : Algae 
britannicae rariores exsiccatae (fasc. i - 1 2, ed. 1 883- 1 9 1 o, nos. i -3 1 2, partly with E. A. L. Batters) 
sets at B, BM, BR, DBN, E, FH, KIEL, MANCH, OXF, S, TCD (see Sayre 1 969) . Letters at 
K and LINN. 
/?e/l: Britten, J., J. Bot. 45: 79-80. 1907 (description of H's algae herbarium, now at BIRM). 

Kent, D. H., Brit. herb. 60. 1957. 

Sayre, G., Mem New York Bot. Gard. 19: 80-81. 1969. 

Hedge, I. and Lamond, Ind. coll. Edinburgh 92. 1970. 

Hawksworth, D. L., Prel. bibl. brit. lichens 98. 1976. 

Hawksworth, D. L. & M. R. D. Seaward, Lichenol. Brit. Isl. 19, 23-24, 96-97, 198. 1977. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart2: i95;BL i : 142,301 ;BM 2: 865,6:477; Clokiep. 

185; CSP 7: 1007, 10: 261, 12: 342, 15: 916-917; Desmond p. 315; DeToni i : Ixv, cxxxvii, 4: 

xxx; GRp. 401 ; Hortus3: 1 195 ("Holmes"); IH 2: 283; Jackson p. 60, 251, 414; Kew 3: 16- 

17; Langman p. 374; LS 12565-12572, suppl. 12148; MW p. 184, suppl. p. 109; Rehder 5: 

401; TL-2/360; Tucker i: 347; Urban-Berl. p. 265; Zander ed. 10, p. 671. 

Anon., Who was Who 1929- 1940, p. 656-657 (fide Desmond). 

Britten, J., J. Bot. 35: 502. 1897. 

Cotton, A. D., Proc. Linn. Soc. London 1930/31: 177-179. 1931. 

Koster, J. T., Taxon 18: 553. 1969. 

Rendle, A. B., J. Bot. 68: 310-313. 1930. 

Shellard, Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 67: 1-2. 1973. 

Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(2) : 94. 1903. 

composite works: With E. A. L. Batters, A revised list of the British marine algae, published 
m Annals of Botany, vo\. ^, no. 17, p. 63-107, for December 1890, pubhshed Jan 1891 (see G. 
M. (Murray), J. Bot. 29: 91-92. 1891). Appendix, Ann. Bot. 5(21): 518-526. 1891. 

eponymy: HolmesiaJ. G. Agardh (1890) ; Holmsella [sic] H. H. Sturch (1926) ; Neoholmesia H. 
Mikami (1972). 

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HOLMSKJOLD 

2948. The mosses of Devon and Cornwall [Plymouth 1869]. Oct. {Mosses Devon Cornwall). 
Co-author: Francis Brent (181 6-1 903). 

Publ.: 1869, p. [i]-3i. Copy: FH. - Reprinted from Plymouth Inst. Trans. 3(2): 315-335- 
1868-69. Published in conjunction with I.N.N. Keys, i^/. Devon Cornwall (1866-71), see no. 
3609- 

2949. Scale mosses and liverworts of Devon and Cornwall [Plymouth 1869]. Oct. {Scale mosses 
liverw. Devon Cornwall). 

Publ.: 1869, p. [ij-g. Copy: FH. - Reprinted from Plymouth Inst. Trans. 3(2): 337-345. 
1868/9. See also no. 2948. 

2950. Lichens of Devon and Cornwall [Plymouth 1869]. Oct. {Lich. Devon Cornwall). 

Publ.: 1869, p. [i]-39. Copy: FH. - Reprinted from Trans. Plymouth Inst. 3(2): 347-375- 
1868-69. See also no. 2948. 

2951. The cryptogamic flora of Kent . . . [London] 1878. Oct. {Crypt fl. Kent). 

Publ.: 1878, p. [i]-27 (Lichens). Copy: G. - Reprinted from J. Bot. It is not known to us 
whether all parts were reprinted with independent pagination. Original publication of the 
series was as follows : 

6: ii-i6Jan 1877 7: 43-54 Feb 1878. 

50-56 Feb 1877. 1 17-120 Apr 1878. 

81-85 Mar 1877- 209-212 Jul 1878. 

108-1 13 Apr 1877. 329-345 Nov 1878- 

174-178 Jun 1877. 373-376 Dec 1878. 
199-207 Jul 1877. 
232-237 Aug 1877. 

Ref: N. L., Bot. Zeit. 39: 69. 1881. 

2952. Catalogue of the collections in the museum of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain . . . 
London (printed for the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, . . . ) 1878. Oct. {Cat. mus. 
Pharm. Soc). 

Publ.: Jan-Feb 1878 (J. Bot. Mar 1878), p. [i]-vii, [i]-302. Copy: Kon. Inst. Tropen, 

Amsterdam. 
Ref: BM 4: 1563; Trimen, J. Bot. 16: 90-91. 1878. 

2953. The young collector. British fungi, lichens & mosses, including scale-mosses and liver- 
worths. By E. M. Holmes, . . . and Peter Gray, . . . London (Swan Sonnenschein, Lowrey & 
Co. - . -) 1886. Oct. {Brit, fungi lich. mosses). 

Co-author: Peter Gray (i8i8-ii 



Ed. /: Jun 1886, p. [i]-32 (fungi by Holmes), [i]-3i (Hchens by Gray), [i]-32 (mosses by 

Gray). Copy: Steere. 
Ed. 2: Jul 1886 (n.v.) 
Ed. 5: 1907, p- [i]-32, [i]-3i, [i]-3i, [32, cont.], as in ed. i. Copy: Steere. - The dates of 

publication of ed. i and 2 are given on p. [2]. 

2954. Catalogue of the Hanbury herbarium, in the Museum of the Pharmaceutical Society of 

GreatBritain . . . London (the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain . . .) 1892. Qu. {Cat. 

Hanbury herb.). 

Publ.: 1892, p. [i-vi], [i]-i36, [i]-xiv. Copies: MO, NY. 

Ref.: BM 4: 1563; Britten, J., J. Bot. 30: 191. 1892. 

Holmskjold, Theodor, until 1781 Holm, (1732- 1794), Danish botanist physician, and 

administrator. {Holmsk.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: Ainsworth p. 25, 226, 313; Backer p. 270; Barnhart 2: 196; 

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HOLMSKJOLD 

BM 2: 866; Dawson p. 818; Dryander 2: 190, 3: 224, 353, 471 ; Hortus 3: 1 195 ("Holmsk.") ; 

Kew3: 15, 18; Laseguep. 545; LS (alph.), 34726; NI 906; PR4185-4187 (ed. i : 4627-4629) ; 

Stevenson p. 1245; Tucker i : 347. 

Christensen, C, Danske Bot. Hist, i: i53-i55> 2: 60-61. 1924. 

Durand, J. Mycol. 13: 141-142. 1907 (relation with Persoon's Commentatio) . 

Lack & Baer, Willdenowia 8: 235-259. 1978. 

Lind,J., Danish fungi herb. E. Rostrup 11-12. 1913 (portr.). 

Liitjeharms, W. J., Gesch. Mykol. 198, 203, 2i3ff"., 240, 242. 1936. 

Rothmaler, W., Rep. Sp. nov. 53(1): 34- i944- 

Warming, E., Bot. Tidsskr. 12: 64-65. 1880 (bibl.). 

note: Holmskjold was director of the Royal Danish china factories. In this capacity he 
promoted the production of the Flora danica china set made for Catharine II of Russia 
between 1790 and 1802 (See Lack and Baer 1978). 

eponymy: Holmskioldia [sic] A.J. Retzius (1791). 

2955. Beata ruris otiafungis danicis impensa a Theodore Holmskjold, . . . Havniae [Kjoben- 
havn] (sumptibus universitatis bibHopolae Friderico Brummer) [1790- 1799], 2 vols. Fol. 



Vol. /: 1790, p. [i]-xxiv. [1-4, kort Forkl.], [i]-ii8, [i]-38,/)/. [/-j?]. For non Danish editions 

see below under Coryphaei Clavarias Ramariasque . . ., no. 2956. 
Vol. 2: 1799 (pref 9 Aug 1799), "post obitumauctoris editum, curanteEricoViborg . . .",p. 

[i-iii], [i]-70, [1-6, i-e. 2 Fortale, 4 expl. pi.],/)/. 1-42. 

Copies: G, MO, Stevenson. - Plates: hand-col. copper engr. by Joh. ChristofTer Bayer and 
Joh. Adolf Neander. 

Other issue : both volumes : Havniae (Sumtibus agentis regii ac universitatis bibliopolae Soren 

Gyldendal) 1799. 

Vol. i: [i*], [i]-xxiv, [i]-ii8, [i]-^S, pi. [1-33; sic, one added]. 

Vol. 2: [i-viii], p. iv: 9 Aug 1799, [i]-70, />/. 1-42. 

Copies: MICH, NY, USDA. 
Re/.: Christensen, C, Dansk. Bot. Hist. 2: 60-61. 1924. 

Junk, Rara 167. 

Killermann, S., Z. Pilzk. ser. 2. 8: 82-87. 1929- 

2956. Coryphaei Clavarias Ramariasque complectentes cum brevi structurae interioris expo- 

sitione auctore Theodoro Holmskiold. Denuo cum adnotationibus editi nee non commenta- 

tione de fungis clavaeformibus aucti a C. H. Persoon. Accedunt tabulae Iv aenea. Lipsiae 

[Leipzig] (Apud Petrum Phihppum Wolf) 1797. Oct. [Coryph. Clav. Ramar.). 

Co-author: Christiaan Hendrik Persoon (1762- 1836). 

Publ: 1797 (p. iv: 12 Aug 1796), p. [i], [iii]-iv, 1-239, [240, err.],/)/. /-^, uncol. copper engr. 

Copies: G. - Text by Persoon on p. 131-240. See also Usteri, Neue Ann. Bot. 1 1 : 30-149. 

1796. 

Holtermann, Carl (1866- 1923), Norwegian-born German botanist; travelled in the old 
tropics 1895/96; later professor of botany at Berlin University. [Holterm.). 

HERBARIUM and types: B. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 197; BJI 2: 79; BM 2: 867; CSP 15: 923; Kew3: 
18: Kleppa p. 324 [index] ; Langman p. 374; LS i2573-i2574a; Rehder 5: 401 ; SK p. 239; 
Urban-Berl. p. 276. 

Holmboe, J., Norsk biogr. leks. 6: 314-315. 1934. 

Holtermann, C, In der Tropenwelt (Schilderung der Pflanzenwelt) . Leipzig 19 12, vii, 210 
p. (Nat. Nov. Apr(i) 1912; review by Engler, Bot. Jahrb. 48(Lit.) : 61. 1913). 

eponymy: Holtermannia P. A. Saccardo & J. B. Traverso (1910). 

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2957* Mykologische Untersuchungen aus den Tropen . . . Berlin (Verlag von Gebriider Born- 

traeger) 1898. Qu. {Mykol. Unters. Tropen). 

Publ. -.Jan 1898 (Nat. Nov.Jul(i,2) 1898; Bot. Zeit. i Aug 1898), p. [i]-viii, [i]-i22, pi. 1-12, 

plain liths. of drawings by the author. Copies: G, MICH, NY, Stevenson, U, USDA. - 

"The chief value of this painstaking and excellent work is the criticism it furnishes of the 

Brefeldian system." (Murray 1898). 
Ref.: Goebel, K. von. Flora 85: 316-317. 9 Aug 1898. 

Murray, J. Bot. 36: 454-455. Nov 1898. 

Solms, Bot. Zeit. 56(2): 268-270. i Sep 1898 (rev.). 

Holttum, Richard Eric (1895-x), British botanist; on the Malay Peninsula 1921-1954; 
part of this period director of the Singapore botanical Garden; specialist on ferns and on the 
flora of the Malay Peninsula. {Holttum). 

HERBARIUM and types: SING (original coll. from malesian area). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: 197; Bossert p. i8o;Hortus3: 1 195 ("Holtt."); 

IFsuppl. 3:211,4: 323-324; IH 2: 283; Kew3: 18-22; Langmanp. 374; MWsuppl. p. no; 

Roon p. 53; SK 1 : 239-240, 604; 5: cclxxxvi; 8: xliv; Zander ed. 10, p. 671. 

Allen, Gard. Bull. Singapore 30: 1-3. 1977. 

Anon., Brit. Fern Gaz. 11(2/3): 59. 1975 (portr.); Fl. males. Bull. 27: 2 148-2 149. 1974; 

[Theobald], Taxon 24(5/6): 614. 1975; J. Roy. Hort. Soc. 98(2). 1973 (portr.). 
Burkill, I. H. et al., Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 8(1): 2-23. 1976; Gard. Bull. Singapore 30: 5. 1977. 
Cheang & Alphonso, Gard. Bull. Singapore 30: 9-12. 1977. 
Craig, Bull. Brit, pteridol. Soc. i : 107-1 10. 1975. 
Green, J. W., Ann. Rep. West. Austral. Herb. 1976: 5 (portr.). 
Holttum, R. E., Plant Hfe in Malaya London, 1954; Fl. males. Bull. 28: 2477-2500. 1975 

(portr., bibl., autobiogr.). 
Lowden, Taxon, Index vols. 1-20, 2: 93-94. i973- 
McClintock, D. et al. (H. M. Burkill, A.Johnson, G. Seidenfaden, C. G. G.J. van Steenis, J. 

Manton, F. A. Jarrett, J. A. Crabbe, A. C. Jermy, M. G. Price), Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 8: 1-23. 

1976 (portr.). 
SchoUick, Brit. Pteridol. Soc. Bull. 1(3): 106-107. 1975. 
Theobald, Bull. Pac. trop. bot. Gard. 5(4) : 60-61 . 1975 (portr.; on Holttum as recipient of 

Robert AUerton Award). 
Wagner, Amer. Fern J. 59(1): 1-3. 1969. 
Woodhams, Brit. Pteridol. Soc. Bull. 1(3): 111-113. 1975 (H's ferns at K). 

handwriting: Fl. males, ser. i. i: cl. 1950. 

FESTSCHRiFTEN : Fern Gazette 11 (2/3), 1975; Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 8, 1976; Gardens' Bulletin, 
Singapore 30, 1977. 

eponymy: ^ Holttumara Hort. (1958); Holttumia Lloyd (1924); Holttumia E. B. Copeland 
(1941); Holttumiella E. B. Copeland (1941); Rehia Fijten (1975). 

Holtz, Johann Friedrich Ludwig (1824-1907), German cryptogamist; landowner and 
estate steward at Barth, Stralsund; from 1875 onward botanist at Greifswald. [Holtz). 

HERBARIUM and types: Some material at B and GFW. 

bibliography and biography: Barnhart 2: 197; BL 2: 523, 669; CSP 7: 1008, 10: 262-263, 
12: 344, 15: 924;DeToni4:xxx; GRp.90 (orig. info.); IH2: 283; Kew3: 22; KRp. 306; LS 
12577; Rehder i: 364; Urban-Berl. p. 271, 287, 302, 358. 
Ascherson, P. F. A., Verh. bot. Ver. Prov. Brandenburg 50: Ixxvii-lxxx. 1909 (bibl. by H. 

Harms). 
Holtz, J. F. L., Bot. Not. 1872: 185, 1874: 28; In und um Spanien. Wien 1881 (on his trip to 

Spain of 1880). 
Schalow, J. f Ornithol. 56: 300-301. 1908 (fide Ascherson 1909). 
Wood, R. D., Monogr. Charac. i : 815-816. 1965 (bibl.). 

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COMPOSITE works: Characeen in Kryptogamenflora der Mark Brandenburg, ^{i) : [i]-vi, [i]-i36. 28 
Jan 1903. (Nat. Nov. Feb(2) 1903). 

EPONYMY : i/oteea A. K. Schindler (1926) is dedicated to an australian collector Holtze. This 
is, very probably, either Maurice WiUiam Holtze (1840- 1923), German-born botanist, 
working in Australia, or his son Nicholas Holtze (1868-1913), Russian-born botanist, 
working also in Australia. 

Holway, Edward Willet Dorland (1853- 1923), American banker, collector (coins, 
insects, plants, books) , mountaineer, and mycologist at Decorah, Iowa until 1 904 ; then at St. 
Paul, Minnesota; collected extensively in South America 1919-1920, 1921-1922. [Holw.). 

HERBARIUM and types: MIN; other material, in part distributed by Mary Holway as 
' Reliquiae holwayanae, ia.sc. 1-14, nos. 1-700, 1927-1932, in B (extant), BM,BPI, FH, GH, ISC, 
K, NY, PAV, PENN, PUR, US. See under J. C. Arthur for the Uredineae exsiccatae. Holway's 
correspondence and library are also at MIN. - For studies by E. W. D. Holway and by H. S. 
Jackson based on the Reliquiae see Stevenson (1971). 
Ref.: Anon., Torreya 4: 32. 1904 (herb, given to MIN). 

Harris, Science 59: 139-140. 1924. 

Stevenson, J., Beih. Nova Hedwigia 36: 193-198. 1971. 

bibliography and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2: 197; BL i : 192, 301 ; BM 2: 867, 6: 480; Bossert 

p. 181; CSP 13: 172, 14: 607, 824, 15: 925; GRp. 223; Hawksworthp. 183; IH 2: 283; Kew 

3: 23; LS 12589-12605, 34729-34730, suppl. 12166-12168; NAF 7: 1069; NW p. 48; Pennell 

p. 610; Rehder 5: 402; Urban-Berl. p. 276. 

Arthur, J. C, Mycologia 15(5): 242-243. 1923. 

Butters, Bot. Gaz. 77(1): 115-116. 1924 (portr.). 

Dearnes, Mycologia 38: 231-239. 1946 (portr., bibl.). 

Ewan, J., Rocky Mountain naturalists 232. 1950. 

Harshberger, J. W., Bot. Philadelphia 266. 1899. 

Hesler, L. R., Biogr. sketches North Amer. mycol. 1975, mss. 

McVaugh, R., Contr. Univ. Mich. Herb. 9: 248. 1972 (itin. Mexico). 

Palmer, H., Edward W. D. Holway, a pioneer of the Canadian alps. Minneapolis 1931. 

Pammell, L. H., Prominent men I have met. no. 4, Ames, Iowa 1928, 16 p. 

Rogers, D. P., Brief hist, mycol. N. Amer. 18-19. 1977. 

eponymy: Holwaya P. A. Saccardo (1889); Holwayella H. S.Jackson (1926). 

2958. North American Uredineae . . . Minneapolis, Minnesota 1905- 1924. (jV. Amer. Ured.). 

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Part 5 was published posthumously by Joseph Charles Arthur (1850-1942); it was accom- 
panied by preface material [i-vii] for the entire volume. - Copies: MICH, MO, NY, USDA. 

Holzinger, Josef Bonaventura (1835-1912), Austrian lawyer and lichenologist; student 
of witchcraft and sorcery. {J. B. Holz.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Material at GJO and GZU. The "Licheties austriaci" (some material 
distributed as Dr. Holzinger. Lichenes austriaci) ) are not a regular series of exsiccatae. Neither 
GJO nor GZU hold H's basic herbarium but both institutions received sets of material, often 
labelled "Herbarium Dris J. B. Holzinger" (information J. Poelt). 
Ref.: Anon., Flora 46: 176. 1863. 

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BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : 1 98 ; CSP 3:410; De Toni i : Ixv ; GR p. 452 ; LS 

12606-12607, 34732; Zander ed. 10, p. 671. 

Byloff, Dr. Joseph B. Holzinger, Graz 1912, 2 p. (prospectus sale library with biogr.). 

Loschnigg, Mitt, naturwiss. Ver. Steiermark 49: 59-66. 1913 (portr.). 

Pluskal, F. S., Verh. zool.-bot. Ver. Wien 6: 367-368. 1856. 

Wittrock, V. B., Acta Horti Berg. 3(3) : 67. 1905. 

Holzinger, John Michael (1853- 1929), American bryologist, professor of elementary 
science and botany at State Teachers College, Winona, Minnesota. {Holz-)- 

HERBARIUM and types: MIN (20.000). Material from his herbarium reported from BR, 
collections in B, BR, E, GH, lA, MIN, NY, PC, US. Exsiccatae: (i) Musci acrocarpi boreali- 
americani (Fasc. 1-27, nos. 1-675, Winona, Minn. 1904-1929), sets at B, C, GRI, FH, lA, K, 
L, MICH, NY, WELC. 

(2) Herb. J. M. Holzinger: Mosses of Idaho, set at FH. 

(3) Mosses of Minnesota. Sets at FH and NY. 

(4) Mosses of Colorado . . . collected by Carl. F. Baker 1896, nos. 1-50, sets at FH, PC. 

(5) Mosses of North-West Montana . . . collected by J. M. Holzinger and James B. Blake 1898. 
Sets at FN, NY. 

Ref.: Grout, A. J., [notes on fascicles oi Musci acrocarpi boreali-americani in] Bryologist vols. 7- 
30, 1904-1927. 
LeRoy, Andrews, Bryologist 32(6) : 109. 1930. 
Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(2) : 213-215. 1 971 ; Bryologist 80: 510. 1978. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Barnhart 2 : 1 98 ; BL i : 1 74, 30 1 ; BM 2 : 867 ; Bossert p. 181; 
CSP 15: 925; Hortus 3: 1 195 ("Holzing."); IH 2: 284; Kew 3: 23; Langman p. 374; Lenley 
p. 228; LS 12608; NAF 286(2): 336, ser. 2. 3: 36; NW p. 48; Pennell p. 610; Rehder5:402; 
SBC p. 122 ("Holz."); Tucker i : 348; Urban-Berl. p. 302; Zander ed. 10, p. 671. 
Anon., Bryologist 32(3): 68. 1929; Rev. bryol. 24: 44. 1897; 25: 36, 99. 1898; 27: 14, 16, 97. 

1900; 28: 24, 44, 60, 81, 107. 1901 ; 29: 15, 36, 106, 129. 1902; 36: 103, 125, 126. 1907; 37: 

116, 135. i9io;48: 64. 192 1 (bibl.) ; The Winona Republican-Herald, Winona, Minn, i 

Jun 1929 (portr.). 
Allison, Univ. Col. Studies 6: 64. 1908. 
Bartram, Rev. bryol. lichen, n.s. 1(2): 31 Dec. 1929. 

Byloff, Dr. Josef B. Holzinger, Graz 19 12, 2 p. (pamphlet distr. by Oswald Weigel). 
Conard, Bryologist 48: 163. 1945. 

Crum, H. A., Bryologist, index 1-60: 96-97. 1959 (bibl.). 
Ewan, J., Rocky Mountain naturalists 232-233. 1950. 
Holzinger, J. M., Bryologist 8: 34-35. 1905 ("my valedictory"). 
Husnot, T. H., Rev. bryol. 27: 63. 1900; 31 : 16, 20, 51, 52, 66, 102. 1904; 33: 87. 1906; 47: 

76, 79. 1920. 
Rickett, H. W., Index Bull. Torrey bot. Club 49. 1955. 
Schuster, R. M., Hep. Anthoc. N. Amer. i : 57. 1966. 
Wood, R. D., Monogr. Charac. i : 816. 1965. 

2959. Report on a collection of plants made by J. H. Sandberg and assistants in Northern Idaho in 
the year 1892 . . . Washington (Government Prindng Office) 1895. Oct. {Rep.pl. Sandberg). 
Collectors : John Herman Sandberg ( 1 848- 1 9 1 7 ) , Daniel Trembley MacDougal ( 1 865- 1 958) , 

and Amos Arthur Heller (1867- 1944). 
Publ.: 23 Nov 1895 (t.p., Nat. Nov. Jan(i) 1896), p. [i]-v, 205-287, [i]-v. Copies: NY, U. - 

Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 3(4). 
Ref: Heller, Bull. Torrey bot. Club 23: 155-157. 1896 (critical rev.). 

Homann, Georg Gotthilf Jacob {Ji. 1828- 1835), German clergyman and botanist at 
Budow near Stolp in Pommerania. {Homann). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BiOGAPHY: BM 2: 867; Jackson p. 308; PR 41 91 (ed. i : 4632); Rehder 5: 
402. 

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2960. Flora von Pommern, oder Beschreibung der in Vor- und Hinterpommern sowohl 
einheimischen als auch unter freier Himmel leicht fortkommenden Gewachse; nebst Be- 
zeichnung ihres Gebrauches fur die Arzenei, Forst- und Landwirthschaft, Gartnerei, Farbe- 
rei U.S.W., ihres etwanigen Nutzens oder Schadens. Herausgegeben von G. G. J. Homann 
. . . Coslin (Druck und Verlag von C. G. Hendess) 1828. Oct. {Fl. Pommern). 

Vol. 1: Apr-Dec 1828 (p. xvi: Mar 1828; Flora rd. Mar-Jul 1829), p. [i]-xvi, [i]-3i8, [1-20, 

ind.]. 
Vol. 2: Mar-Dec 1830 (p. xviii: Apr 1830), p. [i]-xxxii, [i]-287, [288, err.]. 
Vol. 3: 1835 (p. vi: Dec 1834), p. [i]-xxxiv, [i]-453, [454]. 

Copies: B (with extra p. i*-iii* in vol. i), G, NY. 
Ref.: Anon., Flora 12: 554-559. 21 Sep 1829. 

Hombron, Jacques Bernard (1800- 1852), French explorer on the voyage of the As- 
trolabe and Zelee (183 7- 1840); surgeon-botanist; later stationed at Senegal. [Hombr.). 

HERBARIUM and types: P and PC; important sets of duplicates at B, BP, and G. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : Backer p. 2 7 1 ; Barnhart 2 : 1 98 ; BM 2 : 867 ; CSP 3:413; HR ; 

IF p. 703; IH 2: 284; Kew 3: 23; NI 556; PR 4193; Rehder 5: 402; SK i: 240, 604; 5: 

cclxxxvi; Zander ed. 10, p. 671. 

Cockayne, L., Veget. New Zealand 3. 192 1. 

Hooker, J. D., Fl. Tasm. 119. i860. 

Miskin, Roy. Soc. QueensL, Proc. 1890/91: xxv. 1891. 

Reiche, K., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Chile 13. 1907 (Veg. Erde 8). 

Sirks, M. J., Ind. natuurond. 138. 1915. 

Turrill, W. B., Bull. misc. Inf. Kew 16. 1920. 

Urban, I., Fl. bras. 1(1): 32. 1906. 

COMPOSITE works: See Dumont-d'Urville, no. 1557, (Voy. Pole Sud). 

eponymy: Hombronia Gaudichaud-Beaupre (1841). 

Honckeny, Gerhard August ( 1 724-1805), German administrator and botanist. {Honck.). 

HERBARIUM and types: Unknown. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY : AG 5(1): 695 ; Barnhart 2 : 1 99 ; BM 2 : 868 ; Dryander 3 : 152; 
Frank 3(Anh.) : 45; Hortus 3: 1195 ("Honck.") ; Jackson p. 292; Kew 3: 23; PR 4194-4195 
(ed. 1 : 4634-4635); Rehder 5: 402; Zander ed. 10, p. 671. 
Ascherson, P. F. A., Fl. Prov. Brandenb. i: 6. 1864. 

eponymy: Honkenya [sic] F. Ehrhart (1788); Honkenya [sic] Willdenow ex Cothenius (1790). 
Note: Several orth. vars. of both these names are known. 

2961. Vollstdndiges systematisches Verzeickniss aller Gewachse Teutschlandes zur Beforderung ihrer 
physikalischen und okonomischen Geschichte von einem Mitgliede der Gesellschaft natur- 
forschender Freunde, und von Letzterer zum Drucke beiordert. Erster Band. Leipzig (bey 
Siegfried Lebrecht Crusius) 1782. Oct. |. [Verz. Gew. Teutschl.). 

Publ.: Oct-Dec 1782 (p. viii: i Oct 1782), p. [i]-lvi, [i]-7i6, [1-2, err.]. Copies: G, M, MO.- 
Anonymous; the attribution to Honckeny goes back to Pritzel. 

2962. Gerhardi Augusti Honckeny . . . Synopsis plantarum Germaniae, continens plantas in 
Germania sua sponte provenientes adiectis omnibus auctorum synonimis curante Carolo 
Ludovico Willdenovo . . . Berolini (Sumtibus auctoris) 1 792-1 793, 2 vols. Oct. [Syn. pi. 
Germ.). 

Editor: Carl Ludwig Willdenow (1765- 18 12). 

Vol. i: 1792 (p. viii: 16 Aug 1791), p. [i]-lxxii, [i]-632. 
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Vol.2: 1793, p. [i]-vi, [i]-37o. 

Copies: G, NY, USDA; IDC 908. 

Honda, Masaji (1897-x), Japanese botanist. (Honda). 

HERBARIUM and types: TI. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and biography: Barnhart 2: i99;Hortus3: 1 195 ("Honda"); Hirschp. 127; 
IF suppl. 4: 324; IH 2: 284; Kew 3: 24; Lasegue p. 387, 472; LS 12610; MW p. 185-186, 
suppl. p. iio-i 12; Zander ed. 10, p. 671. 
Honda, M., Nuntia ad floram Japoniae, 1926- 1946, see MW 185, suppl. no. 

eponymy: Hondaella Dixon & Sakurai (1938). 

2963. Monographia Poacearum japonicarum, Bambusoideis exclusis auctore Masaji Honda 
[Tokyo (published by the University) 1930]. [Monogr. Poac. japon.). 

Publ.: 4 Dec 1930, as J. Fac. Sci. Tokyo, sect. 3, Bot., 3(1) : [i]-484. 1930 (date on cover). 
Copies: U, US. 

Hooker, Joseph Dalton (1817-191 1), British botanist and explorer; pioneer plant geog- 
rapher; son of William Jackson Hooker; graduated from Glasgow 1839; to Antarctic 1839- 
1843 o^ Ross's expedition; contact with Darwin 1843; botanist to Geological Survey 1846; 
assistant director Kew 1855; director id. 1865; president Royal Society 1873- 1878; retire- 
ment from directorship Kew 1885; last publ. (Bot. Mag. pi. 8396) 191 1. [J. D. Hook.). 

HERBARIUM and types: K; the fungi at BM; much material also at MANCH and E. - The 
drawings made by J. D. Hooker on the antarctic voyage are at BM; the Hooker correspon- 
dence, manuscripts and portrait collection are at K. FH has 89 original plates of Sikkim- 
Himalaya fungi. — Exsiccatae (with Thomas Thomson (181 7-1878)) : Herbarium Indiae orienta- 
lis, col. 1847-1851; contained material of various collectors such as Walker (Ceylon) and 
Stocks (Malabar). Widely distributed. 
Ref.: Clarke, G. C. S., Type specimens in Manchester herb. 1973. 

Sayre, G., Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 19(3) : 341-344. 1973. 

Hedge, I. C. and J. M. Lamond, Ind. coll. Edinburgh 92. 1974. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY and BIOGRAPHY: AG 2(2) : 386; Ainsworth p. 71, 206, 228; Andrews p. 280; 
Backer p. 272; Barnhart 2: 20o;BBp. 152-153; BFM 2263; BJI i : 28;BL i : 28,45,49,56, 78, 
91, 95, 102, 154, 301, 302, 2: 214, 220, 669; BM 2: 868-870, 6: 481 ; Bossert p. 181 ; Bret. p. 
813-814; Clokie p. 184; CSP 3: 419-422, 6: 690, 7: 1012, 10: 267-268, 12: 346, 15: 930-931 ; 
Desmond p. 318 (extensive refs.) ; DNB suppl. 2.2: 294; DSB6: 488-492; Frank3(Anh.) : 46; 
GR p. 373,pl. [35], cat. p. 65; Henry 2: 32, 722; Hortus 3: 1 195 ("Hook., J.") ; IF p. 703-704; 
IH 2: 284-285; Jackson p. 560; Kew 3: 26-28; KR p. 306; Langman p. 375; Lasegue p. 326, 
328, 391, 471 ; Lenley p. 228-229, 460; LS 12616-12619; Moebius p. 59, 143; MW p. 186- 
191, suppl. p. 1 12; NI 908-91 1 ; Plesch p. 266-267; PR 4199-4205, 10578 (ed. i : 4638-4639); 
Quenstedtp. 209;Rehder5: 403-404; RSp. 88; SBC p. 122 ("Hook, f ");TL-2/index, 2169, 
2436, 2440, 2656, 2798; TR 587; Tucker i : 348-349; Zander ed. 10, p. 671-672. 
Allan, Mea, The Hookers of Kew, 1 785-191 1. London, Michael Joseph, 273 p., [1967]. 

(portr.) (most recent detailed biography); Progress 3: 190-197. 1966. 
A.M.S., Bryologist 15(6): 98. 1912. 
Anderson, Garden J. 25(2): 40-41. 1975 (portr.). 
Anon., Arnoldia 33(2) : 156. 1973 (portr.); Bot. Not. 1863:4, 191 1 : 262; Bull. Torrey Bot. 

Club 5: 14. 1874 (elected P.R.S.), 12: 121-122. 1885 (retirement) ; Torreya 1 1 : 266. 191 1 

(obit, not.); Proc. Linn. Soc. London 1888/90: 36. 1891 (portr.); Trans, nat. Hist. Soc. 

Glasgow ser. 2. 6: 368,/)/. 2. 1903 (portr.). 
Babington, C. C, Mem. Journ. Bot. corr. 353-354, 355- 1897. 
Barnhart, J. H., Torreya 12: 90-91. 1912 (hon. member TBC). 
Beauverie, Rev. gen. Bot. 24: 207-214. 191 2. 
Blatter, E., Fl. Aden 7. 1914. 
Blunt, W., Art. bot. 111. 183, 186, 223, 225-227, 24.2, pi. 41. 1950. 

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Boulger, J. Bot. 50: 1-9, 33-43. 191 2 (extensive, objective, contemporary biographical 

account). 
Bower, F. O., in Oliver, F.W., Makers Brit. bot. 302-323,/'/. 26. 1913 (portr.); Bot. Gaz. 

55(5)- 384-391. 1913 (part of a memorial oration delivered at Glasgow, 25 Jun 1912, 

dealing with H. as a philosophical botanist) ; Joseph Dalton Hooker, London 1919, 61 p. 

(Soc. promoting Christian knowledge; series pioneers of progress) (portr., bibl.). 
Brewer, W. H., in S. Watson, Bot. Calif 2: 559.1880. 
Britten, J., J. Bot. 36: 487-498. 1898 (on Hooker medal, with ill.) ; 54: 38-39. I9i6;57: 130- 

134, 200. 1919 (several personal notes; rev. of Huxley's Life and Letters of Sir Joseph H.). 
Burkill, L H., Chapt. hist. bot. India 240 [index]. 1965. 
Cameron, H. C, Sir Joseph Banks 338 [index]. 1952. 
Coats, A. M., Quest for plants 157-164. 1969. 

Cockayne, L., Trans. Proc. New Zealand Inst. 44: iii-iv. 1912; Veget. New Zealand 5. 1921. 
Cosson, E., Comp. fl. atl. i : 43-49. 1881 (on Maroccan tour). 
Daniels, G. S., Artists R.B.G. Kew 1974 (items 73-76) (portr.). 
Dawson, J. Soc. nat. Hist. 2(6): 218-222. 1950 (on H. and Dawson Turner). 
Desmond, R., Med. biol. 111. 19: 255-259. 1969 (in paper on Walter Hood Fitch who 

illustrated many of J.D.H's works); in GilHspie, DSB 6: 488-492. 1972 (bibl.); Biol. J. 

Linn. Soc. 7(3): 173-182. 1975. 
Dolezal, H., Friedrich Welwitsch 239 [index]. 1974. 
Drewitt, F. D., Apothec. Garden 103 [ind.J. 1922. 
Engler, A., Ber. deut. bot. Ges. 30: (87)-(94). 1913 ("Im personlichen Verkehr mit Sir 

Joseph Hooker war sehr wohltuend die Anerkennung der Verdienste anderer Fachge- 

nossen und namentlich auch die Pietat gegen alle Vorganger auf seinen zahlreichen 

Arbeitsgebieten, sehr im Gegensatz stehend zu der so haufigen Uberhebung vieler 

Gelehrten, welche nur mit einem gewissem Mitleid die Arbeiten ihrer Vormanner 

betrachten ..."). 
Ewan, J., Rocky Mountain naturalists 233-234. 1950 (on Hookers 1877 visit to the Rocky 

Mountains); in Century progress natl. sciences 52. 1955; Madrofio 19: 32. 1967; Short 

hist. bot. U.S. II, 41,43,45,90,92, 115-167. 1969. 
Favrat, Bull. Soc. vaud. Sci. nat. 17(84) : [Sep 1-6]. 1880 (on J.D.H. returning the Gaudin 

herbarium to Switzerland in Nov 1878; see also TL-2, p. 923). 
Fletcher, H. R., Roy. Bot. Gard. Edinburgh iii, 125, 126, 172, 196. 1970. 
Gagnepain, F., in Lecomte, H., Fl. gen. Indochine, tome prel. 43. 1944. 
Glenn, R., Botanical explorers of New Zealand 81-86, 174. 1950. 
Godley, Tuatara 13: 140-182. 1965 (expl. New Zealand). 
Graustein, J. E., Thomas Nattall 468 [index]. 1967. 
Gray, J. L., Letters Asa Gray 833 [index]. 1893. 
Green, J. R., Hist. bot. 467-491. 1914. 
Greenman, Bot. Gaz. 53(5): 438-440. 1912 (portr.). 
Hall, N., Botanists of the Eucalypts 69-70. 1978. 
Harvey-Gibson, J. D., Outlines hist. bot. 272 [index]. 1914. 
Hoehne, F. C.., Jard. bot. Sao Paulo 75. 1941 (portr.). 
Hooker, J. D., Testimonials in favour of Joseph Dalton Hooker as a candidate for the vacant 

chair in the University of Edinburgh. Edinburgh 1845, 4 series, (bibl.) (see e.g. Stafleu, 

Wentia 16: 21. 1966); in Hooker, Lond. J. Bot. 7: 237-268, 297-321. 1849; in Hooker, J. 

Bot. Kew Gard. Misc. i : 1-14,41-56,81-89, 1 13-120, 129-136, 161 -175, 226-233, 274-282, 

301-308,331-336,336-344,361-370. 1849,2: 11-23,52-59,88-91, 112-118, 145-151, 161- 

173, 213-218, 244-249. 1850 ("Botanical mission to India"). 
Huxley, L., Life and letters of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, London, John Murray, 2 vols. 1918 

(portr.) (important source for biographical details and development of ideas). - other 

issue: New York, D. Appleton & Company 1918, identical with orig.; reprint 1977. 
Jackson, B. D., J. Bot. 47: 106-107. i909> 50: 284-285. 1912. 
Macfarlane, J. M., The late Sir Joseph Hooker. Obituary address . . . January 5, 1912. 

Reprinted from Old Penn. Review 10, Jan 191 2, 4 p. 
Maiden, J. H., J. Proc. R. Soc. N.S.W. 46: 3-6. 191 2. 

Merrill, E. D., Contr. U.S. natl. Herb. 30(1): 153-156. 1947. (Pacific botany). 
Milner, J. D., Cat. portr. Kew 62-63. 1906. 

Nelmes and Cuthberson, Curtis Bot. Mag. dedications 1827-1927, p. 322. 1932 (portr.). 
O.S. & B.D.J., Proc. Linn. Soc. London 124: 47-62. 1912 (portr., bibl.). 

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Phillips, V. T. and M. E., Guide mss. Coll. Acad. Phila. p. 239, 567. 1963. 

Polunin, N., Bot. Canad. Eastern Arctic 11, 13. 1947. 

Prain, D., Ann. Rep. Smithsonian Inst. 191 1: 659-671. 1912 (portr.). 

Reiche, K., Grundz. Pflanzenverbr. Chile 9, 13. 1907 (Veg. Erde 8). 

Reveal, J., in Cronquist, A. et al., Intermountain flora i : 58-59. 1972. 

Robinson, Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts Sci. 62(9) : 257-266. 1928. 

Rodgers, A. D., William Starling Sullivant 349 [index]. 1940; John Torrey 343 [index]. 

1942; Amer. bot. 1873-1892. p. 330 [index]. 1944; Liberty Hyde Bailey 496 [index]. 1949. 
Scott, D. H., The work of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker on fossil plants, London (printed by 

Taylor and Francis) 1912, 16 p. (Address anniv. meeting Linn. Soc. London 24 May 

1912). 
Seemann, B., Bonplandia i (i) : 8. 1853 (on aportr. ofJ.D.H. by Stone), 1(12): 106-107. 1853 

(biogr.). 
Skottsberg, Sv. bot. Tidskr. 6(2): 316-317. 191 2 (portr.). 
•Smit, J., Hist. Life sci. 957-958, 1052. 1974. 
Stafleu, F. A., The great Prodromus 27-28. 1966; Wentia 16: 20, 21. i966;Taxon, 15: 37-39. 

1966; Regn. veg. 71: 338. 1970. 
Sutton, S. B., Charles Sprague Sargent 376 [index]. 1970. 
Thiselton-Dyer, W. T., Bull. misc. Inf Kew 1905: 9-43 ("botanical survey of the empire") ; 

Proc. Roy. Soc. 85(B): i-xxxv. 1912. 
Turrill. W. B., Bull. misc. Inf Kew 1920: 16; Pioneer plant geography, The Hague 1953, 

Lotsya vol. 4, 267 p., 12 pi. (extracts of H's writings on plant geography with critical 

notes) ; Joseph Dalton Hooker botanist, explorer, and administrator. London 1963, xi, 228 

p. (portr., bibl.). 
Urban, I., Fl. bras. 1(1): 178-179. 1906. 

Wilkinson, Ann. Rep. Yorkshire philos. Soc. 1906: 55-56. 1907. 
Wood, R. D., Monogr. Charac. i : 816. 1935 (list publ. on Charac). 
Wulff, E. v.. Int. hist. pi. geogr. 222 [index]. 1943. 

COMPOSITE works: J. D. Hooker was a prolific writer who contributed botanical treatments 

to many works of wider scope. For a listing see BM 2: 868-870. 

(i), Curtis, Botanical Magazine. (TL-2/1290). 

(2), Hooker's Icones plantarum, vols. 11-20(1), 1867-1890 (TL-2/3006). 

(3), Jackson, B. D., Index kewensis, 2 vols., 1893-1895 (general direction) (TL-2/3218). 

(4), Bentham and Hooker, Genera plantarum, see under Bentham (TL-2/429). 

(5), Thwaites and Hooker, Enumeratio plantarum ^eylaniae, see under Thwaites. 

(6), Trimen, A handbook to the Flora of Ceylon, continued by J. D. Hooker, part 5 (1900). 

(7), Flora brasiliensis, Rosaceae, 14(2): 1-74, J&/./-22. 17 Apr 1867. See under Martins. 

(8), Lecomte, Fl. gen. Indo-Chine, Balsaminaceae i (6) : 61 1-629. Mar 191 1. 

(9), Oliver, Flora tropical Africa: 

Begoniaceae 2: 569-580. 1871. 

Cucurbitaceae 2: ^21- ^6g. iSy I. 

Melastomaceae 2: ^2>9'^^^- 187 1. 
(10), Candolle, Prodromus (TL-2/)(999). 

Cytinaceae, 17: 106-116. 16 Oct 1873. 

Nepenthaceae, 17: 90-105. 16 Oct 1873. 
(11), With G. Bentham, Flora ingritana, in W.J. Hooker, ed., Niger flora 199-577, P^- ^y-S^- 
1849. See under W.J. Hooker (TL-2/3012). 

(12), Botany [of Kerguelen island], in An account of the petrological, botanical and zoologi- 
cal collections made . . . during the Transit of Venus Expedition 1874-1875, Philos. Trans. 
R. Soc. 168 (extra): 9-23,/)/. 1-23. 1879 (rev. by Engler, Bot. Jahrb. i : 85. 1881). 

handwriting: Monogr. biol. Canar. 4: S^.flg-Ji- 1973; Candollea 30: 397-398. 1975; Rec. 
Auckland Inst. Mus. 12: 98. 1975. 

eponymy: Josephia R. Wight (1851); Hookerella Van Tieghem (1895) ; Hookerina O. Kuntze 
(1891); Sirhookera O. Kuntze (1891). 

2964. The botany of the antarctic voyage of H.M. discovery ships Erebus and Terror in the years 
1839-1843, under the command of Captain Sir James Clark Ross, Kt., R.N., F.R.S. &c. by 

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Joseph Dalton Hooker, M.D., R.N., F.L.S., assistant surgeon of the "Erebus" and botanist 
to the expedition, [vignette] Pubhshed under the Authority of the Lords Commissioners of 
theAdmirahy. London (Reeve, Brothers, . . .) 1 844- 1860, 3 vols, in 6. Qu. {Bot.antarct.voy.). 

I. Flora antarctica (on h.t.'s only). {Fl. antarct.). 

part r. map, [i*, t.p. 1844}, [i]-xii, dedic., summary voy., [i,]-2o8, /?/. 1-80. 

part 2: [i, iii, v], [209]-574, [i, h.t.],/?/. 8i-ig8. 

Copies: MO, NY, Teyler, U.-P/ato: col. hths. by Fitch; the following are combined ip/zo, 

22J23, 24I25, 26127,31132,39140, 44J45,9olgi, 136I137, 165I166, 167 j 168, iGglno, 172I173; 

plate 76' is numbered 74; extra plates: 107 bis, 107 ter. 



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Part 17 has p. 301 [bis]-304[bis], 305-316. - For diagnoses of algae see also J. D. Hooker 
and W. H. Harvey, Algae antarcticae, in Hooker, Lond. J. Bot. 4: 249-276, 293-298. 1845, 
also reprinted with independent pagination (1-32) (TL-2/2437) ; for Hepaticae antarcticae, 
by J. D. Hooker and T. Taylor, see Hooker, Lond. J. Bot. 3: 366-400,454-480. 1844,4: 79- 
87 (TL-2/2967), 1845; Musciantarctici, ib. 3: 533-556. 1844 {TL-2 1 2g66) . Licke?ies antarctici, 
ib. 3: 634-658. 1844. 

n. Flora novae- zelandiae (on main t.p.; the covers have "The botany of the antarctic voyage 
n. Flora of New Zealand . . . 1852-1855.") {Fl. nov.-zel.). 
part r. [i*, iii*, v*], [i]-xxxix, [i]-3i2,/)/. 1-70. 
part 2: [\\,[i]-2,-]^, pi. 71-130. 

Copies: NY (orig. covers; plates plain), U. - Plates: (2 issues: col. and plain), combined: 
54I55, 5gl6o, 114I115. Further notes on dates: see TL/i. 



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Introductory essay, p. [i]-xxxix, republished with reset type, London 1853 (see no. 2970); 

partial German transl. by Marschall, Oest. Bot. Z. 1 1 : 65-81, 1 18, 128, 155-167. 1861. 
Algae novae-zelandiae Q. D. Hooker and W. H. Harvey) diagnoses in Hooker, Lond. J. Bot. 

4: 521-551. 1845, 7: 443-445. 1848, see also no. 2438 for a reprint with indep. pag. 

ni. Flora Tasmaniae (on t.p.'s) 1855-1859 [i860 on t.p.'s]. [Fl. Tasman.). 

Part i: [i]-viii, cont., err. [v]-vii, essay [i]-cxxviii, key [i]-i8, [i]-359, pi- i-ioo {8418^ 

comb.). 
Part 2: [i, iii], [i]-4.22, pi. 101-200. 
Copies: NY (John Torrey's copy; pi. col.), U (pi. col.). 

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1-80 


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2 


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21-40 


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3 


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Algae tasmanicae, see No. 2440 and Hooker, London J. Bot. 6: 397-41 7. 1847. On the flora of 
Australia, London 1859, see below (reprint of p. [i]-cxxviii) (TL-2/2975). 

Facsimile ed. : Weinheim (J. Cramer) 1963, 3 vols, text plus atlas volume containing all plates. 
Titles consistently The botany the antarctic voyage, vol. i with 1847 t.p., plates i8o-ig8 
misbound (in some copies) between 757 and i§8. 
Copies: MICH, MO, FAS. 

Original manuscript lists of plants collected, with notes and drawings, at BM. 
i?e/.: BL 1 : 78, 85, 91 ; OF p. 60; NAF 7: 1070, 1 1 (i) : 89; NI 908; Plesch p. 266; PR 4199 (ed. 
1 : 4638) ; SK I : clxxxvii; IDC 457. 
Zuccarini, J. G., Gelehrte Anzeigen bayer. Akad. Wiss. [20 Nov-9 Dec 1847] : 232: 825- 
830, 233: 833-840, 234: 844-848, 241 : 897-902, 242: 905-912, 243: 913-920, 244: 921- 
928, 245: 934-936. 1847. 
Hooker, W. J., Colonial floras. Kew 1863. 
Jackson, B. D., Bull. Herb. Boissier i : 299. 1893; J. Bot. 47: 106-107. 1909, 50: 284-285. 

1912. 
Anon. [Thiselton-Dyer], Bull. misc. Inf Kew 1905: 11-14. 
Wiltshear,J. Bot. 51: 356-358. 1913. 
Cockayne, L., Veget. New Zealand 3-4: 1921. 
Turrill, W. B., Pioneer plant geography 134-196. 1953. 
Stafleu, F. A., Taxon 14: 26-27. 1965. 
Godley, Tuatara 13(3): 175-178. 1965 (lists collectors Fl. antarct.). 

2965. The cryptogamic botany of the antarctic voyage o/H.M. discovery ships Erebus and Terror in 
the years 1839-1843. Under the command of Captain Sir James Clark Ross, Kt., R.N., 
F.R.S. &c. by Joseph Dalton Hooker . . . Published under the authority of the Lords' 

271 



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Commissioners of the Admiralty. London (Reeve, Brothers), Paris (Fortin, Masson, et Cie.) 

1845. Qu. {Crypt, hot. anarct. voj.). 

Publ.: 1845 [-1847] (further details lacking), p. [i]-iv, [^y 2^9,, pi. 57-80, 151-198. Copies: 
BIRM (info. S. W. Greene) , MO, Steere. -This special edition of the cryptogamic parts of 
the Flora antarctica corresponds with p. 1 1 7-200 and 395-542 of the latter. Pages 243-258 of 
the Cryptogamic botany contain a special index to this reprint, p. [i]-iv are a special t.p. and 
introduction. The book is apparently rare. Pritzel saw a copy at Paris in Montague's 
library. The history of publication is uncertain: p. 1 1 7-200 of the Flora antarctica came out 
on I Mai 1845, p. 395-542 came out only in 1847. BM 6: 481 cites this reprint from 1847 
and with a bracketed title "[Cryptogamia antarctica ...]". It must be assumed that the 
reprint with the special English t.p. dated 1845 was completed only in 1847. 

Cryptogamic botany Flora antarctica dates Fl. ant. 

[i]-iv 

[5]-88 i: 117-200 I Mai 1845 

89-236 2:395-542 1847 

237-240, add. corr. [i] 

240-241, id. [2] 

243-258, index 

2: 543-551, other add. a. 2 Oct 1847 

Plates: 57-64 col., 65-77 plain, 78-80 col., 152-164 col., 165I166, 167 j 168, i6gli7o doubles, col, 
/// single, col., 172I17J double, col., 174-181, singles, col., i82-ig8, singles, plain. 

2966. Musci antarctici; being characters with brief descriptions of the new species of mosses 
discovered during the voyage of H.M. discovery ships, Erebus and Terror, in the southern 
circumpolar regions, together with those of Tasmania and New Zealand. [London 1844]. 
Oct. 

Co-author: William Wilson (i 799-1871). 

Publ.: Sep-Oct 1844, p. 1-23. Copy: NY. - Reprinted from W.J. Hooker, London J. Bot. 3: 
533-556. 1844. To be cited from.journal. 

2967. Hepaticae antarcticae, supplementum: or specific characters, with brief descriptions, of 
some additional species of the hepaticae of the antarctic regions, New Zealand and Tas- 
mania, together with a few from the Atlantic Islands and New Holland. [London 1845]. Oct. 
Co-author: Thomas Taylor (x-1848). 

Publ.: Feb 1845, p. [i]-i9. Copy: G.- Reprinted from W.J. Hooker, London J. Bot. 4: 79-97. 
1845. To be cited from journal. 

2968. Observations made when following the Grand Trunk Road across the hills of Upper Bengal, 
Parus Nath. & C. in the Soane valley; and on the Kymaon branch of the Vindya hills. 
Calcutta (J. Thomas) 1848. Oct. (in fours). 

Publ.: L848, p. [i], [i]-57. Copy: MO. - Reprinted with independent pagination from J. 
Asiat. Soc. Bengal 17(2) : 355-41 1. 1848 (see also Berghaus, Z. Erdk. 9: 230-242. 1849). To 
be cited from journal. 

2969. The Rhododendrons of Sikkim-Himalaya: being an account, botanical and geographical, 
of the Rhododendrons recently discovered in the mountains of eastern Himalaya, from 
drawings and descriptions made on the spot, during a government botanical mission to that 
country: by Joseph Dalton Hooker, . . . edited by Sir W.J. Hooker, . . . London (Reeve, 
Benham, and Reeve, . . .) i849[-i85i]. Fol. {Rhododendr. Sikkim-Himalaya). 

Part [/]: 1849, after 15 Mar (date dedic), p. [i]-i4, />/. i-io with text. 

Part 2: 13-29 Mar 1851 (TL/i), p. [i, iii], [i]-7,/'/. 11-20, id. Imprint "Reeve and Benham 

Partj: 9 Nov-io Dec 1851 (TL/i), p. \i], pi. 21-30, id. Imprint "Reeve and Benham ..." 

Copies: MICH, U; IDC ^1^2.- Plates: hand-col. hths. by W. H. Fitch of drawings by J. D. 
Hooker. 

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Seconded. : London (Reeve, Benham, and Reeve . . . ), of part i only, no differences with ed. i 
except for the indication "second edition." on the t.p. Copies: MO, NY, USDA (all with 
original parts 2 and 3); IDC 5956. 

Ref.: GF p. 60; Sotheby 354 (coll.); Desmond, Med. biol. 111. 19: 254-259. 1969. 

2970. Introductory essgy to the Flora of New Zealand . . . London (Lovell Reeve, . . . ) 1853. Qu. 
{Intr. ess. Fl. jV. ^eal.). 

Publ.: Oct 1853 (footnote p. [i]), cover (with above tide), p. [i]-xxxix. Copies: G, M, MO, 
NY. - Reprinted from Flora novae-zelandiae, see no. 2964. 

2971. Himalayan journals; or, notes of a naturalist in Bengal, the Sikkim and Nepal Hi- 
malayas, the Khasia mountains, &c. . . . London (John Murray, . . .) 1854. Oct. [Himal. 

journ.). 

Ed. [/] : 2 vols. Mar 1854 (p. [v] : 12 Jan 1854; dedic. copy to Humboldt at HU signed Mar 

1854; Bot. Zeit. 28 Apr 1854). 

Vol. i: [i]-xxvii, [xxviii], [xxix seal], err. slip, ill., [i]-4o8, 2 maps,/)/, /-j. 

Vol. 2: [i]-xii, [i]-487, />/. 6-12. 

Copies: BR, HU, L, M, NY, P, US. 

Plates: coloured liths. of drawings by the author and W. Taylor. Plates 2 and 7 bound as 
frontisp. 
Ed. 2: London (id.) 1855, duod, "Himalayan journals. Notes of a . . ., & ... A new edition, 

carefully revised and condensed. In two volumes". Copies: MO, USDA. 

Vol. i: [ii]-xvi, [i]-348, i pi. 

Vol. 2: [ii]-xii, [i]-345. 
Ed. [3]: London (Ward, Lock, Bowden and Co.) New York, Melbourne 1891. Oct. "The 

Minerva library of famous books . . . Himalayan journals; or, notes of a ..." Copies: G, 

MICH, NY. -Frontisp. portr. Hooker, p. [i]-xxxii,ill., [i]-574, 75 {or 12) pi., uncol. liths., 

2 maps. 
Facsimile ed.: ofed. 2,NewDelhi-5, India (Today & Tomorrow's printers & publishers) 1969. 
>: MICH. 



2972. Flora indica: being a systematic account of the plants of British India, together with 
observations on the structure and affinities of their natural orders and genera by J. D. 
Hooker, . . . and Thomas Thomson, . . . Volume i. Ranunculaceae to Fumariaceae, with an 
introductory essay. London (Printed for the authors. Published by W. Pamplin, . . .) 1855. 
(Oct. in fours), f. {Fl. ind.). 

Co-author: Thomas Thomson (181 7-1878). 

Publ.: 1-19JUI 1855 (TL/i), p. [i]-xv, [xvi, motto], [i]-28o, 2 maps, [i]-285. Copies: MICH, 

MO, NY, U, USDA; IDC 5958. Only one volume published; replaced by The flora of 

British India, see no. 2981. 
Praecursores ad Floram indicam, by Hooker and Thompson, J. Proc. Linn. Soc. London 2 : i -29, 

54-103, 163-180. 1858, J. Linn. Soc. Bot. 4: 106-157. i860, 5: 128-181. 1861. 
Ref.: [Seemann], Bonplandia 3: 229. i Aug 1855 (corr. London 20 Jul). 

Hooker, W. J., J. Bot. Kew Gard. Misc. 7: 255-256. Aug 1855. 

Anon., Bull. Soc. bot. France 3: 428-432. Nov. Dec. 1856. 

2973. Illustrations of Himalayan plants chiefly selected from drawings made for the late J. F. 
Cathcart Esq. re of the Bengal Civil Service. The descriptions and analyses by J. D. Hooker, 
M.D., F.R.S. The plates executed by W. H. Fitch. [London 1855]. Fol. (///. Himal.pl.]. 
Publ.:]u\ 1855 (dedication dated 30 Jun 1855), p. [i*], [v*, engr. t.p.], [vii*], [ix*]-x*, [i]- 

iv, [i, expl. pi.],/)/. 1-24 with text, [i, index]. Copies: MO, NY; IDC 5957. 
The book was to be published with the financial support of Cathcart (with whom Hooker 
had stayed in Bengal) and to be distributed free to "the principal botanists and scientific 
establishments in Europe." However, Cathcart died, 49 years old, on his way back to 
London, at Lausanne, 8 July 1 85 1 . The book was then financed by the family as well as by 
others: "Science is not yet self-supporting; it requires the countenance of amateurs no less 
than the severe studies of proficients to ensure its progress." [Hooker, in pref ]. There were 
176 subscribers; the book was also for sale. The plates are coloured liths of drawings by 
"native artists", lithographed by W. H. Fitch. 

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HOOKER, J. D. 

Ref.: GF p. 60; SK i : clxxxvii; Sotheby 355. 

Stearn, W. T., Ann. bot. Gard. Calcutta, 150th Ann. vol. 1 15. 1942. 

2974. On the structure and the affinities of Balanophoraceae [London 1856]. 

Publ. : 23 Oct-8 Dec 1 856 (in journal) , p. [ i ] -68, pi. 1-16 (nos. 4, 5, 7, 1 2 col. ; liths. by author) . 

Reprinted from Trans. Linn. Soc. 22: [i]-68, /?/. J-16. 1856. To be cited from journal. 
Ref.: Anon., Bull. Soc. bot. France 4: 210-218. 1857 

2975. On the flora of Australia, its origin, affinities, and distribution; being an introductory 
essay to the Flora of Tasmania . . . London (Lovell Reeve, . . .) 1859. Qu. {Fl. Australia). 
Publ.: 29 Dec 1859 (date publ. in Fl. Tasm.), p. [i]-vii, [i]-cxxviii. Copy: MO. - "Reprinted 

from the Botany of the Antarctic Expedition, part iii., Flora of Tasmania, vol. i." See 
above. "... my friend Mr. Darwin's just completed work "on the origin of species . . . ", 
from the perusal of much of which in ms. I have profited so largely, had not appeared 
during the printing of this essay" (p. cxxviii). 

2976. An account of the plants collected by Dr. Walker in Greenland and artic [sic] America during 
the expedition of Sir Francis M'CHntock, R.N. in the Yacht Tox'. [London 1861]. Oct. 
Publ: 1861, p. [i]-ii. Copy: MO. - Reprinted from J. Proc. Linn. Soc, Bot. 5: 79-88. 1861. 

To be cited from journal. 

2977. On the cedars of Lebanon, Taurus, Algeria, and India . . . [London] 1862. Oct. [Cedars 
Lebanon). 

Publ.: Jan 1862, p. [i]-8, pi. 1-3 (Fitch del.). Copy: MO. - Reprinted from the Natural 
History Review vol. 2, Jan 1862. 

2978. Handbook of the New Zealand flora: a systematic description of the native plants of New 
Zealand and the Chatham, Kermadec's, Lord Auckland's, Campbell's and Macquarrie's 
Islands . . . London (Reeve & Co., . . .) 1864-1867. Oct. [Handb. N. Zeal.fl.). 

Part I :Sep-Oct 186^ {p. [5*]: i Jul 1864; J. Bot. Oct 1864), p. [i*]-i5*, [i]-xl, [i]-392- 

Part 2: 1867, p. [i*-iii*], xli-lxvii, 393-798. 

Copies: MICH, MO, NY, U, US, USDA; IDC 7718. 

A Maori-Latin index to the Handbook of the Mew Zealand Flora. Wellington (G. Didbury) 1866. 

Oct., 8 p. was published in 1866 (see also Seemann, J. Bot. 5: 215-216. 1867). 

Ref: Seemann, B., J. Bot. 2: 324, 347-350. Nov. 1864. 

2979. Lecture on insular floras, delivered before the British Association for the advancement of 
Science atNottingham, August 27, 1866 . . . [London (Bradbury, Evans & Co.) 1867]. [Lect. 
ins.fl.). 

Publ. :]an 1867 (p. 2), p. [i]-i2, reprinted from Gard. Chron. 1867: 6-7, 27, 50-51, 75-76, 
152. Copy: U. - See also: Considerations sur les flores insulaires, Ann. Sci. nat. Bot. 6: 267- 
299. 1866; see also J. Bot. 5: 23-31. 1867. 

Reprint: Sep 1896 (Nat. Nov. Oct(2) 1896), p. [i]-36. Copies: BM, L, M. - London (L. Reeve 
and Co. . . .). Oct. 

2980. The student's flora of the British Islands . . . London (Macmillan and Co.) 1870. Oct. 
(Student fl. Brit. IsL). 

Ed. [/]: 1870 (p. viii: i Mai 1870), p. [i]-xx, [i]-504. Copies: MO, NY. 

Ed. 2: 1878 (p. viii: I Mai 1878), p. [i]-xx, [i]-539. Copies: MICH, MO, NY, US. 

^f^. j:Jun-Aug 1884 (p. ix: i Jun 1884; Bot. Zeit. 29 Aug 1884), p. [i]-xxiii, [i]-563, Copies: 

NY, US. 

Reprint (i): 1897, London (Macmillan). 

Reprint (2) : 1930, London (Macmillan and Co., Limited). Co^j: MICH. - (J. Bot. 68: 349. 
Nov 1930). 

2981. The flora of British India. By J. D. Hooker, . . . Assisted by various botanists . . . 
published under the authority of the Secretary of State for India in Council. London (L. 
Reeve & Co ) [1872-] 1875-1897, 7 vols. Oct. (Fl. Brit. India). 

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/: [i*-iv*], [i]-viii, [i]-xl elem. bot., [i]-74o. 1872-1875. 

2: [i-v], err. slip., [i]-792, [i, addenda]. 1876-1878. (err. slip distr. Mai i 

5: [i-iv], [i]-7i2. 1880-1882. 

4: [i-iv], [i]-78o. 1883-1885. 

5: [i-iv], [i]-9io. 1886-1890. 

6: [i-iv], [i]-792- 1890- 1894. 

7: [i]-vii, [viii, add.], [i]-842. 1896-1897. 

Copies: MICH, MO, NY, U, USDA; IDC 1 19. - Title of vol. 7: Flora oj British India. 
Facsimile ed., vols. 1-3, Peking s.l.n.d., probably around 1956 [n.v.). 
Index to vols. 1-6: privately circulated by J. P. Fiddian (1894). 

Allium : The Alliums of British India, Herbertia 1 2 : 73-84, 174. 1 967, extracted from Hooker, 
Flora of British India 6: 338-345. 1892, revised and supplemented by W. T. Stearn. 

Chronological arrangement 



vol. /part pagination date 



author(s) 



content 



1(1) 



1(2) 



1(3) 



1-30 

30-38 

38-45 

45-94 

94-107 

107-113 

1 1 3- 1 16 

I 16-1 19 

120-128 

128-167 

167-180 



182-189 
189-197 
197-200 
200-208 
209-21 1 
21 1-212 
212-246 

246-248 
248-250 

250-252 
252-258 
258-278 
279-294 
294-317 
317-353 
353-379 
379-409 
409-417 
417-422 
422-425 

426-464 
465-483 
484-517 
517-523 
523-527 



Mai 1872 



Hooker, J. D. & 
Thomson 



Jan 1874 



Feb 1875 



Hooker, J. D. 
Hooker, J. D. & 
T. Anderson 

Hooker, J. D. & 
Thomson 



Bennett, W. A. 

Edgeworth, M. P. 
Edgeworth, M. P. & 
J. D. Hooker 
Thiselton Dyer, W. T. 



Anderson, T. 
Thiselton Dyer, W. T. 

Masters, M. T. 



Hooker, J. D. 

Edgeworth, M. P. & 
J. D. Hooker 



Hooker, J. D. 
Bennett, A. W. 



Ranunculaceae 

Dilleniaceae 

Magnoliaceae 

Anonaceae 

Menispermaceae 

Berberideae 

Nymphaeaceae 

Papaveraceae 

Fumariaceae 

Cruciferae 

Capparidaceae 
Resedaceae 

Violaceae 

Bixineae 

Pittosporeae 

Polygaleae 

Polygaleae 

Frankeniaceae 

Caryophylleae 

Portulaceae 

Tamariscineae 

Elatineae 

Hypericineae 

Guttiferae 

Ternstroemiaceae 

Dipterocarpeae 

Malvaceae 

Sterculiaceae 

Tiliaceae 

Lineae 

Malpighiaceae 

Zygophylleae 

Geraniaceae 

Geraniaceae 

Rutaceae 

Simarubeae 

Ochnaceae 



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vol. /part 


pagination 


date 




author(s) 


content 


1(3) 


527-540 








Burseraceae 




540-569 






Hiern, W. P. 


Meliaceae 




569-572 






Hooker, J. D. 


Chailletiaceae 




572-598 






Masters, M. T. 


Olacineae 




598-606 






Hooker, J. D. 


Ilicineae 




606-629 






Lawson, M. A. 


Celastrineae 




629-644 








Rhamneae 




644-668 








Ampelideae 




668-699 






Hiern, W. P. 


Sapindaceae 




701-740 






Anonymous 


Index 


2(4) 


[i]-7 

7-44 
44-45 
45 
46-56 


Mai 


1876 


Hooker, J. D. 


Sabiaceae 

Anacardiaceae 

Coriarieae 

Moringeae 

Connaraceae 




56-240 






Baker, J. G. 


Leguminosae 


2(5) 


241-306 


Jul I 


878 




Leguminosae 




307-388 






Hooker, J. D. 


Rosaceae 




388-411 






Clarke, C. B. 


Saxifragaceae 




411-423 








Crassulaceae 




423-425 








Droseraceae 




425-430 








Hamamelideae 




430-434 








Halorageae 




434-443 






Henslow, G. 


Rhizophoreae 




443-461 






Clarke, C. B. 


Combretaceae 




462-496 






Duthie,J. F. 


Myrtaceae 

(excl. Barringtonieae) 


2(6) 


497-506 


Mai 


1879 




Myrtaceae 

(excl. Barringtonieae) 




506-512 






Clarke, C. B. 


Myrtacea- 
Barringtonieae 




512-565 








Melastomaceae 




565-581 








Lythraceae 




582-590 








Onagraceae 




590-598 








Samydaceae 




598-603 






Masters, M. T. 


Passifloreae 




604-635 






Clarke, C. B. 


Cucurbitaceae 




635-656 








Begoniaceae 




656-657 








Datiscaceae 




657-658 








Cacteae 




658-665 








Ficoideae 




665-720 








Umbelliferae 




720-740 








Araliaceae 




740-748 








Cornaceae 




749-792 






Anonymous 


Index 


3(7) 


[i]-i7 


Mai 


1880 


Clarke, C. B. 


Caprifoliaceae 




17-192 






Hooker, J. D. 


Rubiaceae 


3(8) 


193-210 


Mar 


1881 


Hooker, J. D. 


Rubiaceae 




210-215 






Clarke, C. B. 


Valerianeae 




215-219 








Dipsaceae 




219-419 






Hooker, J. D. 


Compositae 




419-420 






Clarke, C. B. 


Stylidieae 




420-421 








Goodenovieae 




421-442 








Campanulaceae 




442-448 








Vacciniaceae 


3(9) 


449-455 
456-476 

476-477 


Dec 


1882 


Clarke, C. B. 


Vacciniaceae 

Ericaceae 

Monotropeae 



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"t pagination 


date 


author(s) 


content 


3(9) 


477 
478 
478-481 






Epacrideae 

Diapensiaceae 

Plumbagineae 




482-506 




Hooker, J. D. 


Primulaceae 




507-534 




Clarke, C. B. 


Myrsineae 




534-549 






Sapotaceae 




549-572 






Ebenaceae 




572-590 






Styraceae 




590-618 






Oleaceae 




618-620 






Salvadoraceae 




621-671 




Hooker, J. D. 


Apocynaceae 




671-672 






Additions/corrections 




[6731674-712 




Anonymous 


Index 


4(10) 


[i]-78 


Jun 1883 


Hooker, J. D. 


Asclepiadeae 




78-93 




Clarke, C. B. 


Loganiaceae 




93-132 






Gentianaceae 




133 






Polemoniaceae 




133-134 






Hydrophyllaceae 




134-179 






Boragineae 




179-228 






Convolvulaceae 




228-246 






Solanaceae 




246-256 




Hooker, J. D. 


Scrophularineae 


4(11) 


257-319 
319-328 


Jan 1884 


Hooker, J. D. 


Scrophularineae 
Orobanchaceae 




328-336 




Clarke, C. B. 


Lentibularieae 




336-375 






Gesneraceae 




376-386 






Bignoniaceae 




386-387 






Pedalineae 




387-512 






Acanthaceae 


4(12) 


513-558 


Aug 1885 


Clarke, C. B. 


Acanthaceae 




558-560 




Hooker, J. D. 


Selagineae 




560-604 




Clarke, C. B. 


Verbenaceae 




604-705 




Hooker, J. D. 


Labiatae 




705-708 






Plantagineae 




708-711 






Nyctagineae 




711-713 






Illecebraceae 




713-732 






Amarantaceae 




[7331734 






Additions/Corrections 




[7351736-780 




Anonymous 


Index 


5(13) 


[i-iii], [ 1 1-9 10 










[I]-2I 


Aug 1886 


Hooker, J. D. 


Chenopodiaceae 




21-22 






Phytolaccaceae 




22-61 






Polygonaceae 




61-68 






Podostemonaceae 




68-71 






Nepenthaceae 




71-72 






Cytinaceae 




72-77 






Aristolochiaceae 




78-99 






Piperaceae 




99-101 






Chloranthaceae 




lOI-I 14 






Myristiceae 




1 1 4- 1 1 6 






Monimiaceae 




1 1 6- 1 89 






Laurineae 




189-192 






Proteaceae 




192-201 






Thymelaeaceae 




201-203 






Elaeagnaceae 




203-228 






Loranthaceae 




228-236 






Santalaceae 




236-239 






Balanophoreae 



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pagination 


date 




author(s) 


content 




239-240 








Euphorbiaceae 


5(14) 


241-462 


Dec 


1887 


Hooker, J. D. 


Euphorbiaceae 


5(15) 


463-477 

477-594 

594-597 

598 

599-626 

626-639 

639-640 
640-643 

643-655 


Dec 


1888 


Hooker, J. D. 


Euphorbiaceae 

Urticaceae 

Juglandeae 

Casuarineae 

Cupuliferae 

Salicineae 

Ceratophylleae 

Gnetaceae 

Coniferae 




655-658 






Thiselton Dyer, W. T. 


Cycadaceae 




658-664 






Hooker, J. D. 


Hydrocharideae 




664-667 








Burmanniaceae 




667-686 








Orchideae 


5(16) 


687-858 
[859]86o-864 


Apr 


1890 


Hooker, J. D. 


Orchideae 
Additions/Corrections 




[865J866-910 






Anonymous 


Index 




910 






Anonymous 


Corrections 


6(17) 


[i]-i98 


Dec 


1890 


Hooker, J. D. 


Orchideae 




198-224 






Baker, J. G. 


Scitamineae 


6(18) 


225-264 


Jul I 


892 


Baker, J. G. 


Scitamineae 




264-271 






Hooker, J. D. 


Haemodoraceae 




271-277 








Iridaceae 




277-286 








Amaryllideae 




286-288 








Taccaceae 




288-297 








Dioscoreaceae 




297-299 








Roxburghiaceae 




299-362 








Liliaceae 




362-363 








Pontederiaceae 




363-364 








Philydraceae 




364-366 








Xyrideae 




366-390 








Commelinaceae 




390-391 








Flagellarieae 




392-402 








Juncaceae 




402-448 






Beccari, O. & 
J. D. Hooker 


Palmae 


6(19) 


449-483 


Sept 


1893 


Beccari, O. & 
J. D. Hooker 


Palmae 




483-488 






Hooker, J. D. 


Pandaneae 




488-490 








Typhaceae 




490-556 








Aroideae 




556-558 








Lemnaceae 




558-559 








Triurideae 




559-562 








AUsmaceae 




562-571 








Naiadaceae 




571-585 








Eriocauleae 




585-672 






Clarke, C. B. 


Cyperaceae 


6(20) 


673-748 


Apr 


1894 


Clarke, C. B. 


Cyperaceae 




[7491-792 






Anonymous 


Index 


7(21) 


[l]-224 


late Apr 1896 


Hooker, J. D. 


Gramineae 


7(22) 


225-422 


early 


Dec 1896 




Gram., and add. 


7(23/24) 


[423-425J-842 
[i]-viii 


early 


Dec 1897 


Anonymous 


Index 



note: List of species and genera of Indian Phanerogams not included in Sir J. D. Hooker's Flora of 
British India, by C. C. Calder, V. Narayanaswami and M. S. Ramaswami, originally 
published ca. 1925, facsimile ed. 1978, Delhi/Dehradun. 

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Systematic arrangement 










taxon 


author(s) 


vol. 


pagination 


date 


Acanthaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


4 


387-512 


Jan 1884 


Acanthaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


4 


513-558 


Aug 1885 


Alismaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


6 


559-562 


Sept 1893 


Amarantaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


4 


713-732 


Aug 1885 


Amaryllideae 


Hooker, J. D. 


6 


277-286 


Jul 1892 


Ampelideae 


Lawson, M. A. 


I 


644-668 


Feb 1875 


Anacardiaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


2 


7-44 


Mai 1876 


Anonaceae 


Hooker, J. D. & 
Thomson 


I 


45-94 


Mai 1872 


Apocynaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


3 


621-671 


Dec 1882 


Araliaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


2 


720-740 


Mai 1879 


Aristolochiaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


72-77 


Aug 1886 


Aroideae 


Hooker, J. D. 


6 


490-556 


Sept 1893 


Asclepiadeae 


Hooker, J. D. 


4 


[i]2-78 


Jun 1883 


Balanophoreae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


236-239 


Aug 1886 


Begoniaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


2 


635-656 


Mai 1879 


Berberideae 


Hooker, J. D. & 
Thomson 


I 


107-113 


Mai 1872 


Bignoniaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


4 


376-386 


Jan 1884 


Bixineae 


Hooker, J. D. & 
Thomson 


I 


189-197 


Mai 1872 


Boragineae 


Clarke, C. B. 


4 


134-179 


Jun 1883 


Burmanniaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


664-667 


Dec 1888 


Burseraceae 


Bennett, A. W. 


I 


527-540 


Feb 1875 


Cacteae 


Clarke, C. B. 


2 


657-658 


Mai 1879 


Campanulaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


3 


421-442 


Mar 1 88 1 


Capparideae 


Hooker, J. D. & 
T. Anderson 


I 


167-180 


Mai 1872 


Caprifoliaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


3 


[l]2-I7 


Mai 1880 


Caryophylleae 


Edgeworth, M. P. & 
J. D. Hooker 


I 


212-246 


Jan 1874 


Casuarineae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


598 


Dec 1888 


Celastrineae 


Lawson, M. A. 


I 


606-629 


Feb 1875 


Ceratophylleae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


639-640 


Dec 1888 


Chailletiaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


I 


569-572 


Feb 1875 


Chenopodiaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


[l]2-2I 


Aug 1886. 


Chloranthaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


99-101 


Aug 1886 


Combretaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


2 


443-461 


Jul 1878 


Commelinaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


6 


366-390 


Jul 1892 


Compositae 


Hooker, J. D. 


3 


219-419 


Mar 1 88 1 


Coniferae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


643-655 


Dec 1888 


Connaraceae 


Hooker. J. D. 


2 


46-56 


Mai 1876 


Convolvulaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


4 


179-228 


Jun 1883 


Coriarieae 


Hooker, J. D. 


2 


44-45 


Mai 1876 


Cornaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


2 


740-748 


Mai 1879 


Crassulaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


2 


411-423 


Jul 1878 


Cruciferae 


Hooker, J. D. & 
T. Anderson 


I 


128-167 


Mai 1872 


Cucurbitaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


2 


604-635 


Mai 1879 


Cupuliferae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


599-626 


Dec 1888 


Cycadaceae 


Thiselton Dyer, W. T. 


5 


655-658 


Dec 1888 


Cyperaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


6 


585-672 


Sept 1893 


Cyperaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


6 


673-748 


Apr 1894 


Cydnaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


71-72 


Aug 1886 


Datiscaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


2 


656-657 


Mai 1879 


Diapensiaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


3 


478 


Dec 1882 



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author(s) 


vol. 


pagination 


date 


Dilleniaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


I 


30-38 


Mai 1872 


Dioscoreaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


6 


288-297 


Jul 1892 


Dipsaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


3 


215-219 


Mar 1 88 1 


Dipterocarpeae 


Thiselton-Dyer, W. T. 


I 


294-317 


Jan 1874 


Droseraceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


2 


423-425 


Jul 1878 


Ebenaceae ' 


Clarke, C. B. 


3 


549-572 


Dec 1882 


Elaeagnaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


201-203 


Aug 1886 


Elatineae 


Thiselton Dyer, W. T. 


I 


250-252 


Jan 1874 


Epacfideae 


Clarke, C. B. 


3 


477 


Dec 1882 


Ericaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


3 


456-476 


Dec 1882 


Eriocauleae 


Hooker, J. D. 


6 


571-585 


Sept 1893 


Euphorbiaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


239-240 


Aug 1886 


Euphorbiaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


241-462 


Dec 1887 


Euphorbiaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


463-477 


Dec 1888 


Ficoideae 


Clarke, C. B. 


2 


658-665 


Mai 1879 


Flagellarieae 


Hooker, J. D. 


6 


390-391 


Jul 1892 


Frankeniaceae 


Edgeworth, M. P. 


I 


211-212 


Jan 1874 


Fumariaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


I 


120-128 


Mai 1872 


Gentianaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


4 


93-132 


Jun 1883 


Geraniaceae 


Edgeworth, M. P. & 
J. D. Hooker 


I 


426-464 


Jan 1874 


Geraniaceae 


Edgeworth, M. P. & 
J. D. Hooker 


I 


465-483 


Feb 1875 


Gesneraceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


4 


336-375 


Jan 1884 


Gnetaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


640-643 


Dec 1888 


Goodenovieae 


Clarke, C. B. 


3 


420-421 


Mar 1 88 1 


Gramineae 


Hooker, J. D. 


7 


[l]2-420 


Nov 1897 


Guttiferae 


Anderson, T. 


I 


258-278 


Jan 1874 


Haemodoraceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


6 


264-271 


Jul 1892 


Halorageae 


Clarke, C. B. 


2 


430-434 


Jul 1878 


Hamamelideae 


Clarke, C. B. 


2 


425-430 


Jul 1878 


Hydrocharideae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


658-664 


Dec 1888 


Hydrophyllaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


4 


133-134 


Jun 1883 


Hypericineae 


Thiselton Dyer, W. T. 


I 


252-258 


Jan 1874 


Ilicineae 


Hooker, J. D. 


I 


598-606 


Feb 1875 


lUecebraceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


4 


71I-713 


Aug 1885 


Iridaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


6 


271-277 


Jul 1892 


Juglandeae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


595-597 


Dec 1888 


Juncaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


6 


392-402 


Jul 1892 


Labiatae 


Hooker, J. D. 


4 


604-705 


Aug 1885 


Laurineae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


1 16-189 


Aug 1886 


Leguminosae 


Baker, J. G. 


2 


56-240 


Mai 1876 


Leguminosae 


Baker, J. G. 


2 


241-306 


Jul 1878 


Lemnaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


6 


556-558 


Sept 1893 


Lentibularieae 


Clarke, C. B. 


4 


328-336 


Jan 1884 


Liliaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


6 


299-362 


Jul 1892 


Lineae 


Hooker, J. D. 


I 


409-417 


Jan 1874 


Loganiaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


4 


78-93 


Jun 1883 


Loranthaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


203-228 


Aug 1886 


Lythraceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


2 


565-581 


Mai 1879 


Magnoliaceae 


Hooker, J. D. & 
Thomson 


I 


38-45 


Mai 1872 


Malpighiaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


I 


417-422 


Jan 1874 


Malvaceae 


Masters, M. T. 


I 


317-353 


Jan 1874 


Melastomaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


2 


512-565 


Mai 1879 


Meliaceae 


Hiern, W. P. 


I 


540-569 


Feb 1875 


Menispermaceae 


Hooker, J. D. & 
Thomson 


I 


94-107 


Mai 1872 



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vol. 


pagination 


date 


Monimiace^e 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


II 4- 1 1 6 


Aug 1886 


Monotropeae 


Clarke, C. B. 


3 


476-477 


Dec 1882 


Moringeae 


Hooker, J. D. 


2 


45 


Mai 1876 


Myrsineae 


Clarke, C. B. 


3 


507-534 


Dec 1882 


Myristiceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


loi-i 14 


Aug 1886 


Myrtaceae 


Duthie,J. F. 


2 


462-496 


Jul 1878 


(excl. Barringtonieae) 










Myrtaceae 


Duthie,J. F. 


2 


497-506 


Mai 1879 


(excl. Barringonieae) 










Myrtaceae- 


Clarke, C. B. 


2 


506-512 


Mai 1879 


Barringtonieae 










Naiadaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


6 


562-571 


Sept 1893 


Nepenthaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


68-71 


Aug 1886 


Nyctagineae 


Hooker, J. D. 


4 


708-711 


Aug 1885 


Nymphaeaceae 


Hooker, J. D. & 
Thomson 


I 


113-1 16 


Mai 1872 


Ochnaceae 


Bennett, A. W. 


I 


523-527 


Feb 1875 


Olacineae 


Masters, M. T. 


I 


572-598 


Feb 1875 


Oleaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


3 


590-618 


Dec 1882 


Onagraceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


2 


582-590 


Mai 1879 


Orchideae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


667-686 


Dec 1888 


Orchideae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


687-858 


Apr 1890 


Orchideae 


Hooker, J. D. 


6 


[i]2-i98 


Dec 1890 


Orobanchaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


4 


319-328 


Jan 1884 


Palmae 


Beccari, O. & 
J. D. Hooker 


6 


402-448 


Jul 1892 


Palmae 


Beccari, O. & 
J. D. Hooker 


6 


449-483 


Sept 1893 


Pandaneae 


Hooker, J. D. 


6 


483-488 


Sept 1893 


Papaveraceae 


Hooker, J. D. & 
Thomson 


I 


1 1 6-1 19 


Mai 1872 


Passifloreae 


Masters, M. T. 


2 


598-603 


Mai 1879 


Pedalineae 


Clarke, C. B. 


4 


386-387 


Jan 1884 


Philydraceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


6 


363-364 


Jul 1892 


Phytolaccaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


21-22 


Aug 1886 


Piperaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


78-99 


Aug 1886 


Pittosporeae 


Hooker, J. D. & 
Thomson 


I 


197-200 


Mai 1872 


Plantagineae 


Hooker, J. D. 


4 


705-708 


Aug 1885 


Plumbagineae 


Clarke, C. B. 


3 


478-481 


Dec 1882 


Podostemonaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


61-68 


Aug 1886 


Polemoniaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


4 


133 


Jun 1883 


Polygaleae 


Bennett, A. W. 


I 


200-208 


Mai 1872 


Polygaleae 


Bennett, A. W. 


I 


209-21 1 


Jan 1874 


Polygonaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


22-61 


Aug 1886 


Pontederiaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


6 


362-363 


Jul 1892 


Portulaceae 


Thiselton Dyer, W. T. 


I 


246-248 


Jan 1874 


Primulaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


3 


482-506 


Dec 1882 


Proteaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


189-192 


Aug 1886 


Ranunculaceae 


Hooker, J. D. & 
Thomson 


I 


[l]2-30 


Mai 1872 


Resedaceae 


Hooker, J. D. & 
Thomson 


I 


180-182 


Mai 1872 


Rhamneae 


Lawson, M. A. 


I 


629-644 


Feb 1875 


Rhizophoreae 


Henslow, G. 


2 


434-443 


Jul 1878 


Rosaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


2 


307-388 


Jul 1878 


Roxburghiaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


6 


297-299 


Jul 1892 


Rubiaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


3 


17-192 


Mai 1880 



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Rubiaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


3 


193-210 


Mar 1 88 1 


Rutaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


I 


484-517 


Feb 1875 


Sabiaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


2 


[l]2-7 


Mai 1876 


Salicineae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


626-639 


Dec 1888 


Salvadoraceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


3 


618-620 


Dec 1882 


Samydaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


2 


590-598 


Mai 1879 


Santalaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


5 


228-236 


Aug 1886 


Sapindaceae 


Hiern, W. P. 


I 


668-699 


Feb 1875 


Sapotaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


3 


534-549 


Dec 1882 


Saxifragaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


2 


388-411 


Jul 1878 


Scitamineae 


Baker, J. G. 


6 


198-224 


Dec 1890 


Scitamineae 


Baker, J. G. 


6 


225-264 


Jul 1892 


Scrophularineae 


Hooker, J. D. 


4 


246-256 


Jun 1883 


Scrophularineae 


Hooker, J. D. 


4 


257-319 


Jan 1884 


Selagineae 


Hooker, J. D. 


4 


558-560 


Aug 1885 


Simarubeae 


Bennett, A. W. 


I 


517-523 


Feb 1875 


Solanaceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


4 


228-246 


Jun 1883 


Sterculiaceae 


Masters, M. T. 


I 


353-379 


Jan 1874 


Stylidieae 


Clarke, C. B. 


3 


419-420 


Mar 1 88 1 


Styraceae 


Clarke, C. B. 


3 


572-590 


Dec 1882 


Taccaceae 


Hooker, J. D. 


6 


286-288 


Jul 1892 


Tamariscineae 


Thiselton Dyer, W. T. 


I 


248-250 


Jan 1874 


Ternstroemia